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Asclepius's Wall



Thanks again for raising me from the dead.

I have to say, I'm not sure I would do it over again given the choice.


I don't know how to respond to that statement.

Zeus zapped me with a thunderbolt as punishment. It sucked.


But you're a god now. Or a constellation? I forget. Which one are you?

I don't know. It depends on who you ask.


I'm asking you. It seems like you'd be the best person to ask.

What can I say? My life/death is really confusing.


As the god of roosters, I take personal offense to that fact that you and your awful daughter, Hygeia, demand my kind as a sacrifice for your services.

That's just the way it goes, buddy.


How could you care so much about people, yet be cruel to animals?

I really don't have time to entertain this conversation.

Yes, I did make it out of the Life is Strife show alive. Thanks to everyone for all the letters of concern. I would highly recommend everyone avoid Eris and her trashy talk show in the future. If we all stop watching this garbage, then the goddess of strife will lose her ratings and thus her power.

Listen to Asclepius, everybody! Eris is awful. I barely made it out of my appearance on her show.

You got that right! She caused the whole Trojan War.

Then why's everybody always blaming me and Helen?!


You promised me you wouldn't comment on his posts!

Quit smothering me.

You wait till I get home!

Stop it! All this bickering is unhealthy, and I won't have it.


Why don't you all come on my little show and settle the dispute?


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