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#626: Special Affects

September 19, 2011

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #345: You Wouldn’t Steal a Car…; #346: You Wouldn’t Steal a Purse…; #347: …But Apparently You Would Steal a Movie; #615: The Cake is a Lie; #625: The Original Uncut Version

So now you know what Kurt and Jason wanted to talk to Franklin about (and what off-camera role Franklin will have in the whole movie arc). Yes, the title is a pun; I know how to spell "special effects."

And this should go without saying, but since a few of you believe that anything any character says or does must be my own opinion: I don't approve of the use of illegally obtained software any more than I approve of torrenting movies. Franklin has a slightly different ethical code.


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