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Comic #3593

1 Prof. Jones: Do you remember when we lived near Birmingham during my sabbatical year, around the turn of the century?
2 Prof. Jones: You used to play with that boy John Ronald, from next door. He showed me how to make a smiling face using just ordinary punctuation characters.
3 Prof. Jones: Bright boy, that one. Used to invent his own languages and write stories about them. I wonder what became of him.
4 Monty: Well, I can tell you nobody's ever going to come to much by writing stories based on invented languages!

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Do you remember when Wikipedia first appeared, around the turn of the century?

Do you remember when the film Gladiator was released, around the turn of the century?

Do you remember when the euro became a unit of currency, around the turn of the century?

(Hint, Professor Jones is talking about the turn of a different century.)

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