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One fine day, 65 million years ago

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Strip by: David Morgan-Mar

Caption: One fine day, 65 million years ago:
T-Rex: WHUT?
T-Rex: A giant blazing meteor in the sky!! {there is indeed such!}
T-Rex: RUN!
Utahraptor: T-Rex!
Utahraptor: It's okay. I've just invented fireworks.
{several pretty fireworks light up the sky}
T-Rex: Oh. That's okay then. I feel PERFECTLY SAFE.
Caption: Moral: Do not trust fireworks.

The author writes:

Aesop should have written more fables about dinosaurs, and fewer about tortoises and grasshoppers and stuff.