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Squid #216
(published March 3, 2005)
Tales of the Giant Squid: A Year and a Day (part three of thirteen)
Who is Poor Mojo's Giant Squid?
Feb 18 - March 17

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In which Rob goes to see a movie with his cousin Adam, loses track of the kid after falling asleep, and is left to wander the mall in search of food. Three ladies by a black ash tree try to give him a baby, and he totally refuses. Suveer and Donna are weirded out by the whole thing. Rob goes home alone, totally having forgotten about Adam.

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