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Comic #1990

1 {scene: The bridge of the Legacy, now flying through space}
1 Iki Piki: So if you're from the future, why don't you go back there and leave us alone?
2 Iki Piki 2: We are going back, the only way we can. One day at a time. We don't have the time machine here unfortunately.
3 Iki Piki 2: When we find it again, you go back to become us, and we can continue on as the canonical copies.
4 Iki Piki: So we're stuck with you until then?
4 Serron: Party time!

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Would you invite yourself to a party you were throwing? I wonder what proportion of people would find a copy of themselves interesting and fun to be around, and what proportion would find themselves annoying.

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