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Comic #5032

1 Elon: Well, you better get some rest, Steve. The launch of the moon rocket is tomorrow!
1 Steve: Crikey!
2 Terry: Tomorrow, Elon? That seems awfully short prep time.
3 Elon: Well, strictly speaking it’s a robotic test flight, but I can squeeze Steve on board.
4 Terry: Doesn’t that ignore a whole bunch of safety protocols?
4 Elon: How do you think self-driving cars work?

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If I didn't write these comics six weeks in advance I'd be up to making some sort of joke about the rocket flight being rebranded as "X" or something. By the time I get to making jokes about that, there'll be some other wacky real world thing to parody. Such are the hazards of using topical material for comics fodder.

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