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episode01 | #01-100 | #100 - Epiphany! | Published Wednesday, May 05, 2010
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#100 - Epiphany!
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Congratulations on reaching 100 strips!! A fantastic achievement and a cool revelation too. And that's my favourite line so far - "A unique form of atomic entanglement".
"Fascinating, but wrong." Uh-oh. Wonder if the "exotic particle contamination could have been caused by Lamont's carelessly flicking ashes about?
Wow! 100 strips already and I feel like we've only scratched the surface. Keep 'em coming. :D
Well, it says 'local aftermath,' so is it likely that Lamont's ashes would have contained the specific particle formations they're looking at?
Steve: Thanks, man! I don't know if there's any such thing as atomic entanglement, but it sure sounds good.
James: We HAVE only scratched the surface. Say a little prayer for my wife; she's obliged to listen to my hour-long dissertations on the upcoming story-arcs.
Anenome, et al: Maybe the cigarettes in this universe are atomic like everything else. It WOULD be interesting if the Epiphany event happened because some cosmic puffer mistook Berlin for an ash tray.
Ha! Dearest Sir, I LIKE listening to you, hence the marriage thing. ;) Plus you're sexy.
Anemone, I was kidding about the ashes. ;-)
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