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<   No. 1789   2007-12-20   >

Comic #1789

1 {scene: Flight HL16 from Singapore to Glasgow. The cockpit windows show night has fallen, with stars in the clear sky outside.}
1 Terry: Glasgow has emergency crews ready.
1 Stewardess: Good. But we still need to get the snakes away from the passengers.
2 Steve: Let's blow a hole in the side of the plane so they get sucked out!
3 Stewardess: What?! That would depressurise the plane, hinder control and navigation, and endanger the lives of everyone on board!
3 Steve: So?
4 Terry: It might hurt the snakes, Steve.
4 Steve: Oh! Crikey! Well that's a stupid idea then! {the dark bulk of a mountain looms in the cockpit window, unseen by anyone}

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