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Comic #2995

1 Terry: So how do we unfold reality?
2 Charity Collector Guy: First we have to find the crease lines. There's obviously one running through Berlin in 1940.
3 Charity Collector Guy: One end of this crease will be the divergence point, where Hitler became a brain in a jar.
4 Steve: Generating an increase of evil?
4 Charity Collector Guy: Heh. Nice pun. Yes.
4 Steve: Nice what?

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Did you ever unfold the foil wrapper from chocolate Easter eggs? Try to flatten out that thin sheet of aluminium foil so it was a neat, flat rectangle, smoothing out the creases as much as you could? Then rub it with the flat of a fingernail on a table to smooth out all the tiny creases? And inevitably tear the fragile material, no matter how careful you were?

Nowadays I can just go to the kitchen drawer and tear of a fresh sheet of aluminium foil whenever I want one!


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