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Panel Three has to be my favorite as I rather enjoy Jill barely paying attention to her new boss due to this realization and fixation on her supposed identity. I hate to play the devil’s advocate, but it is possible this Jill isn’t our Jill.

Also, why do I get the feeling that this researcher isn’t the friendly type or someone you want to meet?

With stories, no matter the form, such as this, I am reminded on how beneficial science can be, as well as how dangerous it is to both the wielder and those around them. Many blame science for the grief it brings, yet in truth, just not that to blame. Curiosity is the biggest monster and origin, therefore is the one to blame. When one sets out in pursuit of knowledge and discovery for the sake of science, morals and integrity are pushed aside or sacrificed for such queast caused by curiousity. Jill and her kind may look like animals, but they’re not. They are people too who are as human as us. Though in the researchers mind, if they look animal then they are animal. Matters not what happens to them cause they’re animals. What an idiotic justification!

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