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Comic #2478

1 Iki Piki: Let's use the easy way out of cyberspace this time. Computer, end program!
2 Computer: I'm sorry. Did you want me to send a telegram?
2 Iki Piki: No! End program!
3 Computer: I'm sorry. Did you want me to initiate a Zen pogrom?
4 Iki Piki: No!!
4 Paris: Actually, I'm kind of curious to see that last one.

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I'm just trying to think of any scenario in which it would even make sense for someone to use a voice-activated computer to send a telegram.

Okay, I'm sure you can contrive something in some sort of mad cyber-cliffhanger-punk techno-crossover universe, but then common sense and vaguely realistic timelines don't even come into it there.

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