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<   No. 80   2003-04-14   >

Comic #80

1 Paris: So how does this cyberspace work, Spanners?
2 Spanners: Our real bodies are unconscious, and plugged into direct neural interfaces that create the illusion that we're here in this landscape.
3 Spanners: As we move, we could come across virtual realities and avatars of any computer user. This corridor could change at any time.
4 Steve: {wrestling with a crocodile} Crikey! Give a bloke a hand, thanks mates.
4 Spanners: Now this is just ridiculous.
4 Paris: Can we go now?

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2012-01-31 Rerun commentary: I'd never really thought about this before, but given Spanners' explanation, this might imply that Steve is plugged into a cybernetic interface somewhere and is simulating wrestling a crocodile.

Wow. I think I just made Steve even cooler.

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