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[Comic for Wednesday, December 3, 2003]

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Ki: Persephone? You brought the slime molds?
Nick: Well, I couldn't just leave them in the apartment all alone...
Persephone: Snow! It's snow!

Fred: I told him to leave out a bowl of kibble and some fresh water and we'd be just fine.
Ki: I see what you mean.
Persephone: It's snow, right?

Ki: Do... your parents know about them?
Nick: They will in about four and a half hours. Mom's a biology teacher, so they'll get along fine.
Persephone: C'mon! I KNOW it's snow!

Ki: Between her and uncle Wisebottom, who do you think will try to dissect them first?
Nick: Mom. Her favorite focus is zoology.

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