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I always interpreted it as the human spends their short life worrying about the smallest of things, yet eve a long time after the events of this the turtle is perfectly fine being such - and has all the time in the world to do so. {{unsigned ip|108.162.216.89}}
 
I always interpreted it as the human spends their short life worrying about the smallest of things, yet eve a long time after the events of this the turtle is perfectly fine being such - and has all the time in the world to do so. {{unsigned ip|108.162.216.89}}
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I just realized that the official transcript describing the scene says simply [[There is a turtle.]] which perfectly compliments the comic and is high caliber humor on Randall's part --[[User:Lackadaisical|Lackadaisical]] ([[User talk:Lackadaisical|talk]]) 12:33, 12 July 2017 (UTC)
 

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