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Comic #915

1 Spanners: We have to fire Paris' body into a star. It's the only way to safely dispose of the parasites in it.
2 Serron: Man. There's no coming back from that. Poor Paris. We didn't get along all that well, but I'll miss her...
3 Iki Piki: Hey! What about those clone backups Spanners mentioned when we were in cyberspace?
4 Serron: Shhhhh!!!

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Spanners mentioned the clone backups back in #693. I'm amazed no readers have suggested this option before now. Well, except for the poll results.

2014-10-01 Rerun commentary: Clones bring all sorts of complications to stories. Especially if you play fast and loose with the technical and philosophical details. Which means, of course, that they're great fun to add to a story!

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