Strip 486 -- First Seen: 2010-07-19
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The Transcript For This Page
The Brothers still standing at the shuttle landing site, considering their situation. Bert on the left, Ernie on the right, patting his left chest with his right hand.
Bert: Tell me you have your Bluetooth on?
Ernie: Nope, it's right here too.
Distance shot of the two brothers, from a high angle about 200 yards away. We see some of the curvature of the planetoid Ida, emphasis is on how alone they are on this desolate rock.
Ernie: Brother, if we get out of this alive, I am going to upgrade my 'ock' with a built-in Tanglenet comm.
Diagrammatic, cut-away side view of Ernie's head, showing the outline of his skull, a tiny 'occipital computer' embedded in the occipital bone in the back of his skull, and some thin wiring leading from the 'ock' to the surface of his brain.
Caption: An 'Ock' is an Occipital Computer, a tiny device implanted in the occipital bone in the back of Ernie's skull. The computer is controlled through a neural interface with his brain. Ocks are becoming increasingly popular among Belters and Martians, because they are very useful. Ernie acquired his some time after meeting Tobikuma Kobayashi on The Little Prince.
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