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Comic #2300

1 Martian 1: To help make our next invasion of Earth successful, we'll recruit an Earthling to act as an agent for us.
2 Martian 1: And to make her more effective, we'll give her the patented Martian immortality treatment! She'll be unable to die!
3 Martian 2: Why didn't we give that to everyone in our first invasion fleet?
4 Martian 1: Oh, now you suggest that.

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I originally wrote this without the word "patented" before "immortality treatment". But I thought the idea of the Martians having a patent office was too funny to pass up.

Hey, I work with patents at my day job. The very idea of patents can be amusing to people who have to deal with them a lot. Trust me.

2022-05-25 Rerun commentary: I now find patents even funnier now that I no longer have to work with them. Take from that fact what you will.

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