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Monday, October 12, 2009

West of Bathurst 585

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Happy Thanksgiving, my fellow Canadians. I'm sure many of you are currently devouring far too much turkey. Some of you are even partaking of multiple turkeys on multiple days. I think I shall have another cheese sandwich.

Thanksgiving: it's for giving thanks and feeling guilt! Yay!

Monday, October 12, 2009
Panel 1: In the Davies College basement, Barbara, dressed as Sherlock Holmes, is following the mysterious man in polka-dot pyjamas.

Man: Are you still following me?

Barbara: Of course.

Panel 2: Steve and Marie, who have also been following, watch from a distance as Barbara gets into the man's face.

Barbara: You represent a simplistic mystery that I solved without effort, but one puzzle does remain:

Panel 3:

What does someone who who thinks it is acceptable to shun other social contact whilst he has a lady friend to gratify his needs do when the relationship that defines him ends?

Panel 4: The man gives Marie and Steve a huge, baffled "Can you believe this lady?"-type shrug.

Barbara: Does he even own clothes? I see no evidence of that.

Marie [to the man]: We have no idea who she is. We're here because of coincidence.

Alt-Text: Wizard appears stage right, intones, "There is NO SUCH THING as coincidence," and exits. No one ever mentions this again.

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