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Max The Magnificent
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re: Zombie tales for people with brains
Max The Magnificent   5/31/2011 1:47:17 PM
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Hi there -- yes I had seen this -- pretty funny :-)

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pmartel   5/31/2011 11:53:54 AM
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Max, have you seen this? http://blogs.cdc.gov/publichealthmatters/2011/05/preparedness-101-zombie-apocalypse/ Best wishes, --Phil Martel

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Max The Magnificent   5/27/2011 3:57:22 PM
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@David: Actually, I understand that they've named an aisle after me in their main warehouse :-)

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Max The Magnificent   5/27/2011 3:56:19 PM
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@Rene: I'm happy to share ... so long as you have some salt and pepper (grin)

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ReneCardenas   5/27/2011 3:52:03 PM
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The line ...“It is a truth universally acknowledged that a zombie in possession of brains must be in want of more brains." brought a grin to my face... thanks for sharing, Max

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David Ashton   5/26/2011 11:30:23 PM
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You're a worry Max. But I'm sure Amazon are not complaining.....

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Max The Magnificent   5/26/2011 12:00:41 PM
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Upon re-reading the above, it would appear that I'm obsessed by zombies. In reality this was just one genre -- I've mostly been reading biographies and science books and science fiction. So the scary thing is that the zombie stuff is just a fraction of what I've gone through ... no wonder my head hurts ... I think it must be full!



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