Talk:Dead Sea

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edit Sorry

I'm leaving this just to let you know I read this, but couldn't think of anything more to add. --User:The Bard/sig 23:59, 15 December 2006 (UTC)

edit From Pee Review

I think I started with a reasonable idea, but the article needs to be expanded.NeedABrain 02:02, 10 September 2006 (UTC)

I've tried to have a play with the situation of dead things in the Dead Sea turning into zombies, but the zombies then stopping things from dying, and becoming new zombies. I think there's potential for a section on environmental groups trying to save the Dead Sea zombies from extinction, but right now, I'm going to bed. 15Mickey20 00:05, 25 November 2006 (UTC)

Doing my duty as Uncitizen, opening room for newcomers. Thanks!--herr doktor needsAcorpse Rocket [scream!]

edit From Pee Review 2

This was my second entry and passed almost a year stuck with the expand template. Now I've finally moved my lazy ass and finished it. Ladies and gentlemen, I ask you a second chance to this oldie. -- herr doktor needsAcorpse Rocket [scream!] 21:02, 4 April 2007 (UTC)

Humour: 5.5 Smiled a bit, but didn't really laugh
Concept: 7 There should be an article on the dead sea, but I'm not sure this is it.
Prose and formatting: 6 Nothing wrong
Images: 6 Quite good; not great.
Miscellaneous: 6 Just to get the three sixes in.
Final Score: 30.5 You havn't really persued this far enough in any one direction. It's not a bad article but it could be a lot better if you just went a bit further with one angle of it.
Reviewer: --Kelpan 23:10, 4 April 2007 (UTC)

  • So, let me see: we have shit (maybe I could just remove these references), zombies, ecology on Zombies, Israeli-Palestian conflict and zombies, a miracle creating zombies. Maybe this could be better organized, but I don't see a particular subject to focus in. And I have another article just for the miracle. Tell me more, please. -- herr doktor needsAcorpse Rocket [scream!] 23:45, 4 April 2007 (UTC)
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