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Comic #2477

2 Mirror-Universe Haken: So glad you could accept our invitation, Herr Doctor Jones.
3 Mirror-Universe Monty: What are you going to do with us, you fiend?
3 Mirror-Universe Haken: We have tickets to A Midsummer Night's Dream, followed by a traditional dinner of sauerkraut and sausages. What do you think?
4 Mirror-Universe Prof. Jones: Oh. I don't like sausages. This is going from bad to worse.

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Getting off an aircraft by using a set of mobile steps and getting out on to the tarmac is so much more fun than going through a boring airbridge right into a modern terminal. It evokes all those romantic feelings of a golden age of air travel, before it got boring and annoying.

Of course, doing this from a zeppelin would be even more cool.

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