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1. Comic Strip Nina Paley  Nina's Adventures 1989-01-01 science 
Cartoonist(s): Nina Paley
Comic/Cartoon: Nina's Adventures
Viewable Date: 2008-06-02 Pub. Date: 1989-01-01
Image Number: 1424
Caption: "Philosophy". Space Case Cafe. Ever notice how life is just like "Star Trek"? Whaddya mean? Coffee $.95 Caffee Latte $1.05 Caffe Mocha $1.25 Caffe Valencia $1.25 Espresso $1.05 Cappuccino $1.05 Black Tea $.80 Green Tea $.80 Brown Tea $.80. See, your head is like the U.S.S. Enterprise ... While all your problems are like Klingons and Romulans and mean space aliens and stuff. What are you going to order? Make up your mind, earthling! But helping you steer the Starship are Spock, the voice of logic and reason, and Bones, the healer, the voice of feeling. My scientific reading indicates mineral water is the logical choice. Dammit, Spock! This woman needs an Amaretto Hot Chocolate with Whipped Cream! See though Kirk makes the final decision, he needs Bones and Spock! They're inseparable, intertwined! They're a holy trinity!! Listen to your Spock and Bones within, Nina! Let them guide you!! Uh ... could I have a Hibiscus Tea, please? Thanks Dian!
     
2. Comic Strip Nina Paley  Nina's Adventures 1999-08-29 science 
Cartoonist(s): Nina Paley
Comic/Cartoon: Nina's Adventures
Viewable Date: 2008-03-20 Pub. Date: 1999-08-29
Image Number: 788
Caption: "Better Living Through Comics.": Here at Nina Labs, we're committed to making the best possible product for you, the consumer. That's why we've developed new genetically modified comics. Our dedicated scientists hygienically isolate your favorite Nina's Adventures, then splice in genes from other, hardier strains of comics. The result is the same natural, wholesome comic strip you know and trust, but with the higher yields and enhanced shelf life. Bread. Comics. Meat. Don't listen to those alarmist eco-freaks who call them "frankencomics." They're just afraid of progress! Remember, there's absolutely no proof that this technology poses any health risks! Next week: "Mad Cat Disease."
     
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