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"When the apes descended from the caves, they landed on their ASCII--".

For some reason no one laughed at that joke.

Mojikyo, by the way, was "the Japanese strikes back". For various reasons (discussed later) they disliked Unicode, and made a counter-proposal, a system that at least initially covered more characters (back when Unicode was still at 16 bits), and uses separate codepoints for Japanese and Chineses.
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