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#341: The Rules of the Game

March 23, 2009

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #308: Twilight of the Nerds; #339: Must Have the Precious; #340: But It’s Mine

The title of the strip comes from Jean Renoir's 1939 masterpiece The Rules of the Game, although other than the title, there's no significance to the reference at all. (Rules is a satire/social commentary on 1930's French bourgeoisie.) I just liked how it sounds like a romantic comedy title.


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