Fox Trot comic strip Easter Egg - Binary Coding

In the middle comic strip on page 245, Jason is talking about how the digital age is taking over, and how binary should become the official language. He then says 01000111011100100110010101100101011101000110100101101110. Peter comments on how he can't understand a word he's saying, and Jason says that he hasn't finished the 1st word yet, even. If you translate it, it says "greetin." So apparently, he was about to say "greetings."

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Contributed By: mrmcgoogle on 09-30-2002
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hawk2024 writes:
The author of FoxTrot is Bill Amend, not Jeff Ament. Just thought I'd let you know Michael Allen
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That is really cool, I just learned binary and it is so logical but now that i know it I see eggs everywhere and so many things are written in binary everywhere, it is neat.
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That's pretty cool. Jeff Ament's a clever, clever guy, and "FoxTrot" is a great strip.
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mrmcgoogle writes:
Hey, thanks. I think it's a great strip too. You can find lots of eggs in the strip.
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mrmcgoogle writes:
Sorry that you think that Concor, I can see how this could be percieved as not an egg. I however, think that the whole "being hidden completely" thing isn't nearly as important as the fact that it's entertaining.
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