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Comic #279

1 Paris: {looking at the crew's outfits} How come here in the future everyone wears solid, bright colours?
2 Paris: You never see people in space wearing tartan, or paisley, or Hawaiian floral prints!
3 Paris: What's happened to human aesthetics in the past 400 years?!
4 Iki Piki: Looks like someone took an Odious Personal Habit for extra points.
4 Serron: And didn't take Fashion Sense...

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2012-09-19 Rerun commentary: I believe this is the first hint at when the Space theme is set. Yes, it's approximately 400 years in the future.

Because as we all know, any science fiction set in the future will still regard the period when it was written as the norm and have people refer back to it.

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