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Comic #1564

1 Mercutio: Gah... a meeting with Mr Marlowe is enough to ruin my productivity for the day. Time for a corrective dose of Slashdot.
2 {Mercutio reads, dumbfounded}
3 {He gets up and walks across to Ophelia}
4 Mercutio: Remember what you said about nothing interesting ever happening?

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If you all go visit Slashdot, we'll probably crash their server or something!

2017-05-13 Rerun commentary: Other people have this thing, right? Where one thing happening at the start of the day basically makes it impossible to concentrate on work for the rest of the day?

On another note, I'm kind of happy that Slashdot is still around ten years after this comic was written. That puts it squarely in a minority.

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