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Comic #3632

1 Monty: Why did you measure the length of Britain with a yardstick?
2 Monty: Was it to establish a reference baseline for all archaeological work in Britain?
3 Monty: Were you checking distances on Roman milestones?
4 MInnesota Jones: It was to impress a girl.
4 Prof. Jones: Ah, the best reason of all.

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The other reason Minnesota Jones had to do this with a yardstick was that Oliver R. Smoot hasn't been born yet.

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