Not sure where those web strands attach. Not sure I want to know.
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T’s keyman is inspired. Better than I imagined.*
*For those of you keeping score, this is an example of me being complimentary about my partner. Since I often rag on him, I like to point out when I’m being nice. He’s extremely talented and probably should be doing his own strip free from the likes of me. He deserves his share of the single watt flickering spotlight we share. And when he gets his own blog he can have it.
A space sling shot isn’t as stupid as it appears. Make it big enough, pull it back far enough and you create a substantial amount of kinetic energy that in the vacuum of space has a near infinite maximum effective range. Remember, a gravity sling shot an asteroid only 10km in diameter that may have wiped out the dinosaurs.
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