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Comic #1627

1 Ishmael: Your first administrative task is to decide what to do about the intractable conflicts in the Middle East.
2 Martian 1: Um. Let the Earthlings kill each other. Why should we care?
2 Martian 2: Is that ethical?
3 Martian 1: You're worried about the ethics of allowing a minor native conflict to go on as it has for centuries? We've invaded their entire planet!
4 Martian 2: That's different...
4 Ishmael: May I make a suggestion?

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Thinking about invading an entire world certainly puts things into perspective.

2017-10-07 Rerun commentary: I assume in modern college dorms the students are allowed to have pet cats to keep the rats and mice down.[1]

[1] A brief Internet search reveals this may not actually be true in Real LifeTM. Dang... there goes the authentic realism of this comic.

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