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In [[1614: Kites]], Beret Guy is "walking" a dog. It is possible that one of the dogs in this comic is the dog from Kites.
 
In [[1614: Kites]], Beret Guy is "walking" a dog. It is possible that one of the dogs in this comic is the dog from Kites.
  
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The title text states that the effective giant dog is not any more 'good' than the two original dogs. This is analogous to sensitivity for astronomical interferometers. Interferometery does not increase the light-gathering area, so it cannot view dim objects as well as a single large telescope could. This is also a reference generally to dog-owners calling their dogs "good dog" or "good boy/girl" and possibly to the [http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/theyre-good-dogs-brent They're Good Dogs, Brent] meme.
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The title text states that the effective giant dog is not any more 'good' than the two original dogs. This is analogous to sensitivity for astronomical interferometers. Interferometery does not increase the light-gathering area, so it cannot view dim objects as well as a single large telescope could. This is likely also a reference generally to dog-owners calling their dogs "good dog" or "good boy/girl" and more specifically to the [http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/theyre-good-dogs-brent They're Good Dogs, Brent] meme.
  
 
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