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** Jesse's story to Cassidy of seeing a BillHicks show a "couple of months" before Hicks's death means that Jesse stumbled into one of Hicks's last shows, which could've been no later than December of 1993; Hicks stopped touring in early 1994.

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** Jesse's story to Cassidy of seeing a BillHicks Creator/BillHicks show a "couple of months" before Hicks's death means that Jesse stumbled into one of Hicks's last shows, which could've been no later than December of 1993; Hicks stopped touring in early 1994.1994.

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** On a meta note, in the letters sections of each issue, Garth Ennis offered his original scripts to fans who wrote in a letter identifying a quote or reference. Sometimes a quote would go unidentified for a whole issue. If readers had access to the Internet, they could simply look up the answer.

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** On a meta note, in the letters sections of each issue, Garth Ennis offered his original scripts to fans who wrote in a letter identifying a quote or reference. Sometimes a quote would go unidentified for a whole issue. If readers had access to the Internet, they could simply look up the answer.answer.
** Jesse's story to Cassidy of seeing a BillHicks show a "couple of months" before Hicks's death means that Jesse stumbled into one of Hicks's last shows, which could've been no later than December of 1993; Hicks stopped touring in early 1994.


** Jesse is constantly railing against "politically correct" language and culture, which was a buzzword of the 1990s.

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** Jesse is constantly railing against "politically correct" language and culture, which was a buzzword of the 1990s. However, this could also count as ValuesResonance given political correctness's resurgence in TheNewTens.


** The turn of the millennium is a plot point, and Cassidy states that he's "as old as the century."

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** The turn of the millennium is a plot point, and Cassidy states that he's "as old as the century.""
** On a meta note, in the letters sections of each issue, Garth Ennis offered his original scripts to fans who wrote in a letter identifying a quote or reference. Sometimes a quote would go unidentified for a whole issue. If readers had access to the Internet, they could simply look up the answer.

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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: The comic is very much a snapshot of the 1990s.
** Jesse is constantly railing against "politically correct" language and culture, which was a buzzword of the 1990s.
** Arseface tried to kill himself over Kurt Cobain's suicide.
** The Twin Towers feature prominently in Cassidy's ode to New York City.
** Jesse chews out a Frenchman for testing out atomic bombs. France's last atomic test was in 1996.
** The turn of the millennium is a plot point, and Cassidy states that he's "as old as the century."

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