Jan 17, 2003: Fun With Fawn! :)

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Yet another episode in the hit program <i>Where's KeenSpace?</i>

Anyway, here's Wednesday's strip, particularly for those of you who are up and reading comics, not only before I am at work and able to post the strip here (scott!), but before <i>I'm</i> up!

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Zuh? Sure Keenspace is still down? I've been able to update the DoM successfully (though you wouldn't know it to look at it)...

So Yertz isn't exactly buying into Portia's whole anti-science bit, is he? Could turn out interesting. :-)
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CaptainSpam wrote:Zuh? Sure Keenspace is still down? I've been able to update the DoM successfully (though you wouldn't know it to look at it)...
Well, although I can ftp in, so I suppose I could fix everything by hand, I will plead laziness. I can't log in to give the auto-updater a kick in the bum, so I'll just continue to post 'em here until I figure something else out.

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I love Portia's lines. If she said those in the 15th century... ;)

Then again she has the firepower (er, electro-power) to back things up.

Still, one's got to wonder where the line is drawn. Is science magic, or is the magic in the world simply explainable by science.

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Well, as Arthur C. Clarke wrote: "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic."

That may or may not have any bearing here, but I like to throw out the occasional famous quote.

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Matt Trepal wrote:Well, as Arthur C. Clarke wrote: "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." That may or may not have any bearing here, but I like to throw out the occasional famous quote.
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Here's a few more then.
"I don't know why, but watching 12-year old Japanese girls flinging their school uniforms at each other was wildly entertaining." - Azrael, Japanese Exchange Teacher.

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Post by ZOMBIE USER 12701 »

That's odd. I viewed it normally and it worked just fine for me. Then again I have a POS computer that's just as screwed up, so I'm not surprised.

Here's hoping it gets back on its feet quickly.

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