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Had some family issues that prevented me from monitoring the cage match. I didn’t get to see the Round 1 results till this morning.
Poor Tarzan.. You lost… Miserably, with a baffling sad sad sadness that makes me want to cry. The world has forgotten your awesomeness..
Moiraine Damodred versus Tarzan: 2,574 to 199 (92.82%)
92.82%!!!!! I hate people.
Here’s hoping to a successful win for Mr Wednesday in the current round! As my second pick, he is less of an outside chance..

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  1. You and I are apparently the only people who voted for him?

    I saw the vote talley when I voted, that is why I made the comment about you picking 15th seeds to go all the way in the tournemant.

    In my household it was very important that Saphira win - which she did handily. My eight year old was placated.

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  2. You me and 197 other hopeful fans.
    Included in our masses- "And, of course, there were some blowouts. Poor Tarzan (who Del Rey Editor Frank Parisi had going all the way) was thoroughly trounced"

    Take as much joy in that as your daughter did with her eragon character ;}

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  3. I figured Moiraine would win, but not by that much, geesh, didn't know enough of the list to figure on filling out the bracket, but definitely rooting for a Mr Wednesday/Tyrion Lannister final match, would be an interesting contest to have a story made out of like they do on the prematch info

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  4. LOL - my little one is a boy. Saphira is the "she" I was referring to.

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  5. I know Saphira was a girl.. my brain misread this for sure!


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    please apologize to your boy for any unintentional universal karmic trouble i may have caused him in the future.

    time space is less forgiving than you are :)

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