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Also, the title text is a play on a quote from ''The Terminator'', where Sarah Connor starts to believe that "[http://terminator.wikia.com/wiki/There%27s_no_fate_but_what_we_make_for_ourselves. There's no fate but what we make for ourselves.]". It is also a reference to the character "{{w|Death (Discworld)|Death}}" in {{w|Terry Pratchett}}'s ''{{w|Discworld}}'' novels. In the Discworld novels, Death's voice is always depicted in <span style="font-variant:small-caps">small caps</span> and he is often caught making sometimes bizarre philosophical statements about life and death.
 
Also, the title text is a play on a quote from ''The Terminator'', where Sarah Connor starts to believe that "[http://terminator.wikia.com/wiki/There%27s_no_fate_but_what_we_make_for_ourselves. There's no fate but what we make for ourselves.]". It is also a reference to the character "{{w|Death (Discworld)|Death}}" in {{w|Terry Pratchett}}'s ''{{w|Discworld}}'' novels. In the Discworld novels, Death's voice is always depicted in <span style="font-variant:small-caps">small caps</span> and he is often caught making sometimes bizarre philosophical statements about life and death.
  
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[[652: More Accurate]] is also riffing on Kyle Reese's introductory "Come with me if you want to live" line to Sarah Connor. The theme of the inevitability of the ravages of time is underlying [[926: Time Vulture]].
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Randall ran a similar comic in [[652: More Accurate]], also riffing on Kyle Reese's introductory "Come with me if you want to live" line to Sarah Connor, but in that particular one, SkyNet simply sent an unmanned aerial vehicle to destroy Connor and Reese from high above the air. The theme of the inevitability of the ravages of time is also underlying [[926: Time Vulture]].
  
 
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