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Comic #2141

1 Loren: {examing rat} This rat is from the future!
2 Ishmael: {holding his cat} What?! How can you tell that?
3 Loren: Superior Martian technology.
3 Ishmael: Oh, yeah, right.
4 Loren: Plus, it has a cybernetic eye...

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Ever since I saw The Six Million Dollar Man back in the 70s, I've wanted a bionic eye. Mostly so I could do those cool electronic sound effects when I look at something and have cross-hairs imprinted over everything.

2021-01-31 Rerun commentary: I remember when six million dollars sounded like a ridiculous sum of money.

Now it's the cost of a three bedroom house in Sydney.[1]

Okay it's still a ridiculous sum of money.

[1] I do exaggerate, but not by much. Sydney's median house price is currently over a million dollars. There are many houses across the city that will cost you over six million.

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