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    A family friendly tale of global annihilation.



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    Well nothing is more family friendly than Armageddon.
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    A family that is destroyed together, probably won't stay together... just saying. It's physics... ;p
    I love words that start with Z as a side note, except Zima.
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    Yeah I've seen The Road :P

    How about Xylophone? It sounds like a Z...but it isn't a Z...


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    Robert Duvall delivered, but it was a tear jerking, long walk off a short pier, IMNSHO.

    Yeah, Xylophone is to my 'Z' rule as Y is to vowels. It's just allowed in because it's cool.
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    At first Zorg from Zorgon reminded me a bit of a smaller Mork From Ork, with a hint of Mastermind. I didn't hate it. However, it was an extra page, one that could have been edited for the time being. Also, while I don't mind UK spellings, I do like it consistent. (Mom...mum) Not a bad effort.


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    Thanks Darren. Mom and Mum aren't different spellings - they are different words. And lots of Irish kids call their folks Mom now thanks to the pervasive American influence. And doh - was it supposed to be 5 pages?


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    Hey... what's all this "Z" talk?




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    Yes. It was...but seeing how there isn't many to read from this crop, I *think* folks will let it slide. Maybe...


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    Very cute. For some reason I almost instantly thought of "Men in Black" and pictured the little alien that lived in that big guys head.
    Well written and an enjoyable read. Thanks Sarah!

    ....my best to your Mum.




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