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8-Bit Theater
Episode 192
If you divide by a high enough cartoon coefficient, you tunnel into Quantum Leap. Just ask Buster Bunny.
If you divide by a high enough cartoon coefficient, you tunnel into Quantum Leap. Just ask Buster Bunny.
There Is No Fighter
Date Published Thursday, September 12th, 2002
Previous Comic Episode 191 Real: They Both Did Their Research
Next Comic Episode 193: Altered Perceptual States
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Black Mage wonders how Fighter got into the armoire.

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Black Mage Wait, wait, wait. How'd you get in there anyway?
Fighter What do you mean?
Black Mage What do I mean?! I mean a big heavy damn chunk of furniture fell from a great height onto your cavernous skull!
Fighter Exactly.
Black Mage So how did you get inside it, and, more to the point, why aren't you dead!
Fighter Well of course I'm not dead.
Don't you watch cartoon, BM?
This sort of thing happens all the time.
Black Mage looks at Fighter, then looks down on the floor, then looks at the others before coming back to Fighter.
Black Mage You realize that doesn't actually answer the question.
Fighter Oh, but I think it does.
Black Mage Okay, but it really doesn't.
Red Mage Unless...
Black Mage Aww crud.
Red Mage Fighter's overwhelming belief in the absurd laws that govern cartoon physics may have been so powerful that it influenced the quantum probability of his location so that he was inside the armoire once we observed him to still exist. Schroedinger's Fighter, if you will.
A schematic diagram shows Red Mage's reasoning.
Fighter Exactly! Plus, the bottom of it was made out of cheap particle board.
Black Mage You depress me.

Trivia[]

  • Erwin Schrödinger is a famous Austrian theorectical physicist.
  • The word observed is misspelled as observerd.
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