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Comic #2604

1 Shakespeare: What can we do to make our lives more interesting?
2 Mercutio: We could make an edgy new website, with lots of interesting content.
3 Mercutio: Gain a huge audience, then use it as a vehicle to publish and promote books.
4 Shakespeare: Yes, I suppose a spectacular business failure would qualify as "exciting".

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Wow... a thought just occurred to me. Remember the "greed is good" corporate bubble times of the 1980s? (Some of you may be too young to recall it, but I'm sure some of you know what I'm talking about.*)

Imagine if the Internet was mainstream back then.

I think my brain just exploded.

* Truly, although computer networks existed in the 1980s, the Internet as we really understand it now DID. NOT. EXIST. before the early 1990s. There, that should blow the minds of readers too young to remember any of the '80s.

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