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17- Fish

18th October, 2018 in Chapter 6: Letters of Marque
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17- Fish

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18th October, 2018
Jammy
A big thanks here to the college course that taught me animal anatomy, and gave me the chance to dissect fish :D

The blood line is the kidney.

Comments:

18th October, 2018
Microraptor
Suddenly, I feel a craving for salmon filet...
19th October, 2018
Jammy
Heheh, you're welcome XD
19th October, 2018
Bobblit
I'm not really sure whether Nate is being ironical in the last panel, or not.
19th October, 2018
Jammy
Spoiler: He's not. XD
19th October, 2018
Bobblit
Oh. Oh Nate xD
19th October, 2018
MadJak91
College for you, my late grandpa for me, haha!
It is useful when you are having a fish and you do not have it prepared. Strange skills and knowledge sometimes help like that :D

Anyway. Assuming a pirate ship is not just as bad as prison but I suppose the cook in particular is not a hostage or a slave but a full fledged member of the crew.
Never underestimate what you can learn from youngsters though ;D
20th October, 2018
Jammy
Oh neat :D Yeah I do think it's really cool to have unusual skills. Never know when it'll come in handy, I guess!

Yeah, he's definitely part of the crew, and he wasn't in prison before, just worked there. Though given his current career choice, there's a chance he could end up there for real.

I really like the idea that they can learn from each other. Any skill Nate has is all concentrated in the 'raw fish' area, but maybe if they work together a bit more, the food quality could go up!
21st October, 2018
MadJak91
"I really like the idea that they can learn from each other. Any skill Nate has is all concentrated in the 'raw fish' area, but maybe if they work together a bit more, the food quality could go up!"

Take person A who is good at coming up with solutions, algorithms and so on but writing code is not exactly their strongest suit.
Take person B who is very good at writing it and finding implementations and immediately thinks of possible improvements but needs someone who is better at the "theory".
Tell them to work together on a bunch of tasks.
Get awkward replies.
Tell them to at least try it.
Check back a week later and be surprised.
See them going to lunch together since.
Be pleasantly surprised :>

lmao, I can only agree with you :D