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I can't narrow it down, but the "I think we should stab bad guys", coming from a possibly not psychologically 'normal' young girl, comes from ''something''.  Firefly? Not sure, and I've not seen all of the Sarah Connor Chronicles yet, either, to my shame.  Too early a comic to be Parker from Leverage (right attitude, though, c.f. when she got horribly cold-read by the fake psychic and got told what he'd done to her).  But it's that sort of character. [[Special:Contributions/178.98.31.27|178.98.31.27]] 08:14, 19 June 2013 (UTC)
 
I can't narrow it down, but the "I think we should stab bad guys", coming from a possibly not psychologically 'normal' young girl, comes from ''something''.  Firefly? Not sure, and I've not seen all of the Sarah Connor Chronicles yet, either, to my shame.  Too early a comic to be Parker from Leverage (right attitude, though, c.f. when she got horribly cold-read by the fake psychic and got told what he'd done to her).  But it's that sort of character. [[Special:Contributions/178.98.31.27|178.98.31.27]] 08:14, 19 June 2013 (UTC)
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-Maybe the title text refers the Liar paradox, since under the paradox we can assume that all NSA people lie which would lead to the NSA man's saying no to lying = that he actually lied {{unsigned ip|108.162.223.47}}
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I noticed Randall released this comic under a license for Wikipedia.
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Where is it on Wikipedia?
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[[User:Benjaminikuta|Benjaminikuta]] ([[User talk:Benjaminikuta|talk]]) 18:45, 22 October 2015 (UTC)
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;Perching on the bedpost
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This posture, and the whole composition of the scene, might refers to some classical representation of the devil inspiring the {{w|Devil's Trill}} to {{w|Giuseppe Tartini}}, a sonata considered as its masterpiece. [[Special:Contributions/162.158.91.160|162.158.91.160]] 09:18, 2 November 2015 (UTC)
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How do we know Steve didn’t just have really long circular bars at the ends of his bed?
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in panel 3 elaine perfectly described the ipod touch

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I can't narrow it down, but the "I think we should stab bad guys", coming from a possibly not psychologically 'normal' young girl, comes from something. Firefly? Not sure, and I've not seen all of the Sarah Connor Chronicles yet, either, to my shame. Too early a comic to be Parker from Leverage (right attitude, though, c.f. when she got horribly cold-read by the fake psychic and got told what he'd done to her). But it's that sort of character. 178.98.31.27 08:14, 19 June 2013 (UTC)

-Maybe the title text refers the Liar paradox, since under the paradox we can assume that all NSA people lie which would lead to the NSA man's saying no to lying = that he actually lied 108.162.223.47 (talk) (please sign your comments with ~~~~)

I noticed Randall released this comic under a license for Wikipedia. Where is it on Wikipedia? Benjaminikuta (talk) 18:45, 22 October 2015 (UTC)

Perching on the bedpost

This posture, and the whole composition of the scene, might refers to some classical representation of the devil inspiring the Devil's Trill to Giuseppe Tartini, a sonata considered as its masterpiece. 162.158.91.160 09:18, 2 November 2015 (UTC)

How do we know Steve didn’t just have really long circular bars at the ends of his bed?

in panel 3 elaine perfectly described the ipod touch