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"Good is subjective; profit is objective."
"This is a movie about the living dead and you’re complaining about logic?"
"What’s our education system coming to when you can’t set somebody on fire?"
"When your mother will still fix you a lunch, you take what she gives."
"If I gotta wake up to country music every morning or wake up alone, I’m thinking being alone is a pretty good choice."
"It’s not that I don’t like you son. It’s just business, and business comes first."
"You can’t really have very many friends if you’re always angry."
"Oh! Never mind the cafeteria scene. It was a stupid idea anyway. Not even Zombies are going to want to hang out in a high school cafeteria."
2222: THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE by Michael Soetaert
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|2222: THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE - by M. Soetaert|
|February 22, 2222: It’s the Zombie Apocalypse! When the dead become living, and the living become dead. And the only thing that can possibly survive... is love. 2222: The Zombie Apocalypse. It’s the Zombie love story musical comedy. Opening soon in a theatre near you... just as soon as we finish filming it, which is just as soon as we finish writing it, but that’s only if the Zombies don’t come to... read more|
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