The King of Kumari Kandam is the eleventh chapter of Zak Saturday's Immortal Love Life. It was first published on January 11, 2016.


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Zak's POV

Well, I’d like to say that I had a good night sleep.

But, of course, I didn’t.

I was lying on my back, looking up at the ceiling, waiting for it to be morning. Sarah was lying next to me on the bed. She was on her side, facing the wall.

I thought she was asleep, but then I heard her groan, and she turned on her other side, facing me. She opened her eyes, blinking a few times, then they widened when the noticed me.

She screamed, and backed up, falling off the bed in the process, landing on the floor with a thunk.

“Are you ok?” I asked her, looking over the side and down at her.

“Ok?” she said, sitting up from the floor. “No, I’m not ok. Zak, what the hell are you doing in here? And I don’t remember coming back to my bed last night.”

“You fell asleep,” I said, sitting up on the bed. “So I carried you back to your room.”

“Ok. But that doesn’t explain why you’re in my bed.”

“Well, I was really tired, so I decided to stay in here the rest of the night. I’m sorry that I scared you.”

Sarah sighed and sat down next to me on the bed. “That’s ok. But next time, let me know that you’re going to sleep in the same bed as me.”


Sarah laid her head on my shoulder. I wrapped my arm around her waist.

“Zak?” Sarah said.

“Yeah?” I asked.

“Don’t you ever wake me up to watch Weird World ever again.”

I couldn’t help but laugh, and leaned my head against hers. “Ok.” I unwrapped my arm from around Sarah and looked at her. “So, umm, does this mean that we’re a couple now?”

She leaned in close to my face with a smile on hers. “You tell me.”

I smiled back, then I leaned in and kissed her. Her lips were soft and tender. The first time we kissed, I thought my head was going to explode, but luckily, it didn’t.

We could’ve stayed that way for a while, but a growl interrupted us.

We pulled away and noticed Komodo lying at the foot of the bed, and he looked like he was glaring at us.

“Hi, Komodo,” Sarah said.

He walked over to her and licked her face. She laughed and petted his head. He completely ignored me.

I looked at the clock on the nightstand and saw that it was 6:00am.

I turned to Sarah. “We should hurry up and get dressed. We’ve probably already landed in Zanzibar, and my parents will be waiting for all of us.”

After I said that, Sarah’s eyes widened. “Oh, you’re right. You should get out of here right now, because if anybody catches us in here alone, they’re going to think that we—” She faltered.

“What?” I asked.

“You know.”

I shook my head. “No, I don’t know.”

Sarah looked confused. “You really don’t know?”

“No. They’re going to think that we did what?”

She opened her mouth to say something, but then closed it, and shook her head. “Never mind. Just go.”

I got off the bed and headed toward the door.

I was about to walk out when Sarah stopped me. “Zak?”

I turned. “Yeah?”

She looked over me. “You must really love the color orange.”

I just laughed and left the room.

Honestly, I had no idea what she was talking about what everybody would think if they found out we slept in the same room all night, but whatever it was, I guess it’s not good.

After everybody was awake and dressed, we all left the airship—well, all except Zon, Raylee, Pikachu, Amber, Shillow, and Kimbia—and headed toward the nest of the Popobawa because Mom and Dad wanted to do some research on it.

We surrounded the nest. The Popobawa wasn’t anywhere nearby, so we had to wait a while.

Dad was hiding in the tall grass north of the tree where the nest was in with his cortex disruptor; Mom to the south; and me, Fisk, Komodo, Sarah, Zack, and the cheetah cubs to the east.

I was really tired. My eyes kept closing every minute, and I fought to keep them open.

“Zero-six-thirty Zama time,” Dad said in our ear pieces. “Negative sighting of Popobawa in nesting tree. Saturday one, still in position.”

“Saturday two, in position,” Mom said.

“Saturdays three, four, and five, and—” I yawned, interrupting my sentence.

“Rough night, sweetheart?” Mom asked me.

That woke me up a little bit. “Uh, no. Just, uh, you know. Getting my stretch on.”

Sarah laughed. “Yeah. Sure you are.”

I glared at her.

“Let’s keep it together, Zak,” Dad said. “We don’t want anyone getting hurt, including the Popobawa. For now, the only one we can confirm exists.”

I yawned again. “How do we know it’s coming back?”

“She’ll be back,” Mom said. “Mamma won’t leave those eggs behind.”

That caught Komodo’s attention, and he seemed to wake up fully. He headed for the nest.

“No,” I called. “Bad komodo dragon. He’s going for the eggs.”

“Komodo, stop!” Sarah called to him, but he ignored her and continued toward the nest. “Komodo!” She turned to me. “Did you feed him this morning?”

I thought about it for a moment, and realized I didn’t.

“No,” I said sheepishly.

She rolled her eyes. “He’s hungry. Come on. Let’s go stop him from killing some unborn baby Popobawas.”

Fiskerton was way ahead of her.

Komodo was already at the nest and was about to eat the eggs, but Fiskerton picked them up and held them out of his reach.

We heard a screeching sound. Suddenly, the Popobawa came out of no where and flew toward Fiskerton. But instead of giving the eggs to her, he just ran away with the Popobawa following him.

“Just get rid of the eggs, Fisk,” I told him.

He ran by me and gave me the eggs.

The Popobawa flew at me, grabbed the eggs, knocked me into the grass in the process, and flew away. Everybody looked down at me.

“So, I’m pretty sure it exists,” I said.

Sarah held out her hand to me. I grabbed it and she pulled me up.

We all headed back to the airship.

“You know what would’ve made that go better?” I said along the way.

“If we’d gotten a dog for a pet like a normal family?” Mom suggested.

Komodo looked hurt by that.

“No,” I said. “I mean, probably. But also I was thinking I should have my own cortex disruptor.”

“What?” Mom demanded.

“Well, I’m part of the team too, right? That cryptid came right at me. Isn’t this really a safety issue? I need something with some kick.”

Mom and Dad did not look convinced.

“Hey, I’m eleven years old now,” I continued. “I think you can trust me.”

“Really?” Dad asked. “This from the boy who snuck past his parents to watch Argost’s show last night.”

“Busted,” Zack said, which I think was a little unnecessary.

My eyes widened. “You knew about that, huh?”

Just then, we heard a screech come from the airship, then a howl.

“That’s Zon,” I said.

“And the other one is Shillow,” Sarah said.

We ran as fast as we could.

When we got back to the airship and into the control room, we noticed an emergency video call on the screen. Raylee, Pikachu, Kimbia, Amber, and Shillow were covering their ears. Probably from the alarms, or from Zon’s caw, or both.

Dad answered the video call. It was Dr. Odele.

“Dr. Saturday,” he said. “Oh, thank the powers.”

“Odele, what happened?” Dad asked him. “Where are you?”

“On Atone in the Indian Ocean. My team was researching on atmosphere energy when they attacked. I—I hardly believe it myself, but it appears to be Kumari Kandam.”

“That’s impossible,” Dad said, sounding surprised. “The Kumari haven’t surfaced in centuries.”

“Impossible?” Dr. Odele said. “Tell them.”

He shifted the screen toward the ocean where the Kumari and their kingdom were shooting beams at the island. The call ended suddenly.

“Odele!” Dad said.

Mom went to the controls. “Buckle up. We’re leaving now.”

I sat in a chair, pressed a button on the side, and straps appeared, holding me in. Sarah and her family just decided to hold onto the railing.

“How is Kumari Kandam even still around?” I asked. “I thought it sank into the ocean after a big earthquake.”

“What?” Dad asked me. “Whose been feeding you that garbage?”

“Uh, I think I heard it on TV?”

“Well, that’s not really a lie,” Sarah muttered.

Dad raised his eyebrow.

“Kumari Kandam was designed to travel underwater,” Mom said. “Though no one knows exactly how. Kumari legend says the city moves by the magic of their gods.”

“Clearly the Kumari must have tapped the primitive, but effective power source to fuel their engines,” Dad said.

“Sounds pretty dangerous,” I said. “Just to be safe, I should probably have a cortex disruptor.”

“No,” Mom said.

“We’ll talk about it later,” Dad said.

“And until then,” Sarah added. “Zak, drop it.”

Well, it was worth a shot.

After we got to the island, we noticed the Kumari attacking it. We descended, hovering about twenty feet above the beach, and Mom went to try and negotiate with them.

“Citizens of Kumari Kandam,” she said. “I don’t know what trouble brought you out of the deep, but I humbly offer to negotiate peace with your king.”

“Tempting, my dear,” said a voice that I recognized.

He came into view.

“Argost,” Mom said angrily.

“Thank you for the generous offer,” he said. “But his Royal Highness, me, respectfully declines. Sorry.”

Grappling hooks shot out from the kingdom, all of them, except for a few, landed on the airship. One landed right behind Mom, wrapping around her and pulling her toward them. She struggled to get free.

“Mom!” I said.

“Drew!” Dad said.

We all ran outside to help her.

She unsheathed her fire sword from her back and cut the cable, her landing on the ground in the process. Dad and Fiskerton helped her up.

I looked up and noticed about a hundred armored Kumari swinging on the cables and coming our way.

“Mom, Dad,” I said.

We readied our weapons, and they attacked.

They outnumbered and overpowered us all. Even Sarah and her family.

They grabbed hold of Mom, Dad, Raylee, Amber, Shillow, and Kimbia. The rest of us were struggling to keep from getting caught.

“Zak, Fiskerton,” Mom called. “Get to the airship and get out of here.”

“Sarah, Zack, you too,” Raylee said.

About ten Kumari were holding her back, even though she was forcing them away with her powers, more kept coming, eventually overpowering her.

“But, Mom,” Sarah protested.

“Go,” she said with pleading eyes. “We’ll be fine. Believe me, I’ve gotten out of worse situations than this before.”

Sarah and Zack looked like they didn’t want to go, but they nodded and headed for the airship, followed by the cubs. I didn’t want to go either, but Fiskerton picked me up and carried me to the airship.

“Come on,” I complained, struggling to get out of his grasp. “We can take them, Fisk. Let me go, Fiskerton.”

But by now we were already in the airship. Zon flew down to pick up Komodo and carried him into it too.

Fisk went to the controls.

“No!” I said.

I tried to stop him from leaving, but Zack held me back.

“We can’t leave them behind,” I said.

We ascended from the ground and flew away, leaving our parents in the hands of Argost.

“No!” I said in outrage. I tried to get at the controls. “Get away, Fisk.”

He pushed me back.

“I know what Mom said, but we can save them.”

I tried again for the controls, but Fisk was a lot stronger than me.

“Are you scared, or do you just not care what Argost does to them?”

Fisk was offended by that. He got up from the controls and stood a few feet away, turning his back to me.

“Zak, it’ll be alright,” Sarah said, trying to calm me down. “We’re going to go back and save them. We just need a plan first.”

I relaxed a little bit. “Ok. But how come you guys didn’t use your powers or Pokémon? Aren’t they suppose to do almost anything?”

“Yes,” Zack agreed. “But we never fought people like the Kumari before. We did try using our powers, but they were able to defeat us.”

“Yeah,” Sarah agreed. “And our Pokémon, well, we didn’t think about them.”

“Ok,” I said. “So, what’s the plan to get our parents back?”

“We were hoping that you could think of one since you’re good at doing that.”

“You really think so?”

Sarah and Zack nodded.

I smiled. “Ok.”

“Zak,” Sarah said sternly.

I looked at her.

She nodded toward Fiskerton, who still had his back to me. I’m guessing he was still mad at me for what I had said to him. Sarah gave me a look that was clear: Apologize.

I walked over to him. “I’m sorry, Fisk. I just really want to get them back. Want to help me think of a better way?”

Fisk looked at me and nodded in agreement.

I had Fiskerton fly the airship behind the kingdom and leave it there. Then I had Zon fly me to the kingdom and drop us off at the base of it. Zack and Sarah rode on the cubs and landed right next to me.

“Thanks, girl,” I told Zon. “Now I need you to go back up to the airship and get—”

Fiskerton held Komodo and did a cannon ball into the ocean, which made a big splash, and soaked us from head to toe.

I sighed. “So much for stealth.”

“My hair,” Sarah cried. “How can I dry myself?”

“Spin in a circle,” Zack told her.

Sarah did a twirl and she was instantly dry. She sighed in relief. “Thank you.”

“You’re welcome,” Zack said.

I laughed.

At that moment, the cheetah cubs growled.

“Someone’s coming,” Toto said.

I was about to ask who when someone grabbed the back of my shirt, pulled me back, and pinned me against the wall. It was a Kumari, who looked to be about my age. Fiskerton tackled him and held him down.

“Unhand me,” the Kumari boy said. “I am the king of Kumari Kingdom.”

I looked at everybody to see if they believed him or not, because I sure didn’t.

“He’s not lying,” Sarah said.

“How do you know that?” I asked.

She looked confused. “Umm, I’m not sure. Voices inside my head told me, and I don’t think it was mine.”

“It wasn’t,” Zack agreed. “It was your powers, and my powers told me the same thing.”

“Your powers can talk to you?” I asked.

He nodded. “Yes, but only through our minds. They kind of have a mind of their own and can tell us useful information sometimes, like whether someone is lying or not.”

“Uh, hello down here,” the Kumari guy said.

I looked at him. “Are you really the king?”

“You don’t believe me?” he said. “Then argue with this.”

He pulled out a necklace with a medallion on it from around his neck.

“Wow, guys,” I said sarcastically. “I don’t know how we’re gonna argue with a necklace. Hey, you remember that glitter pen I had that made me the emperor of Venus?”

“Zak, this isn’t funny,” Sarah chided. “This is serious.”

“You should listen to your girlfriend,” the Kumari guy said. “I can help you find your parents if you’re done joking like an idiot.”

Sarah laughed, which made me a little mad, but I decided to listen.

“Yeah, we’re good,” I said.

I offered my hand to him and he took it, me helping him up. We introduced ourselves.

The guy’s name was Ulraj. He took us inside the kingdom through a secret way and we were on a balcony overlooking the throne room where Argost, his sidekick Munya, and a couple of Kumari guards were.

“They arrived two weeks ago,” Ulraj started. “Argost told the king, my father, that he’d come to warn us. The surface men had found our city again. It was too late. My father was wounded terribly in the assault. Argost took control. And with his knowledge of the enemy, Kumari Kandam won the day. But while our people celebrated our good fortune . . . I caught the eyes of Argost, and I knew fortune had nothing to do with it. Argost had planned all of this.”

“I’m sorry,” I said, feeling bad about him losing his father.

“Within days, he was preparing the city for war, already calling himself king,” Ulraj said. “I would destroy him myself if I had the power, but with no plan, no weapons, no army—”

“Whoa, whoa, wait,” I interrupted. “We may not have a plan or an army, but I wouldn’t exactly say we have no weapons.”

I had a mischievous smile on my face.

“Ooh, this can’t be good,” Sarah muttered.

“Brace yourselves,” Zack agreed.

I turned to him. “Can you teleport us back to the airship?”

“Yes, but Sarah needs to do it instead of me.”

“Why can’t you do it?” she asked.

“Because Mom told me to teach you how to use your powers when she can’t.”

Sarah sighed. “Fine. How do you do it?”

“Close your eyes, summon your powers, and imagine us all in a certain room on the airship, and we should be there in a flash.”

Sarah did as he said, and about a minute later, we were all in the control room of the airship.

“Impressive,” Ulraj said.

“Oh, that’s just the beginning of it,” Sarah said.

I turned toward a panel on the wall and walked toward it.

“The cortex disruptors are right in here,” I said, gesturing to the closed panel with the control pad to open it right next to it. “Time to do your thing, Fisk.”

He shook his head in protest

“I know what Mom and Dad said, but this is an emergency. You don’t just want to leave them with Argost.”

He seemed to consider it, but was still objective.

“It’s not like we’re gonna go on a rampage. We get a stick, I zap Argost, we force him to give back our parents and Ulraj’s kingdom, and bam, done, back in the box. How can Mom and Dad argue with that?”

Fiskerton agreed, and was about to smash the controls when Sarah stopped him.

“Let me do it,” she said.

She stepped up to the control and held her hand above it. Her hand glowed white and the panel opened.

“Oh, yeah,” I said.

I grabbed a cortex disruptor and Sarah teleported me, her, and Komodo to a spot just above the throne in the kingdom, where Argost was currently having a meeting with the Kumari, while the others stayed on the airship.

Just before we left, I gave Ulraj an earpiece to have some kind of contact with me.

“We’re in position,” I said. “Is Zon ready to get us out after we grab Argost?”

“Yes, Zon is ready,” Ulraj replied.

“Ok. And don’t let Fisk touch the buttons.” I turned to Sarah. “Are you ready?”

She nodded. “As ready as I’ll ever be.”

I wasn’t listening to what Argost was saying to the Kumari, but whatever he said to them, they started to cheer.

I strapped the cortex disruptor around my back, then I grabbed the claw, slingshot it at the ceiling, wrapped my arm around Sarah’s waist and held her tight. We jumped down and landed just behind the throne.

Argost noticed us. I grabbed the cortex disruptor and aimed at him.

What happened next will probably haunt me for the rest of my life.

I shot at Argost, but he moved out of the way, so it ended up hitting a guard that had been running toward him from the stands, knocking off his helmet. But when I heard the guard scream, I realized that it wasn’t any guard.

“Mom?” I said.

Sarah looked horrified, but not as horrified as I was.

I ran to her, dropping the cortex disruptor in the process. “Mom!”

Two more guards came up the stairs, but when they removed their helmets, I realized they were Dad and Raylee. I stopped a couple feet from them.

Mom was unconscious, or maybe dead. I didn’t know, and I was terrified to find out.

“I—I’m sorry,” I said heartbrokenly.

“They attack already,” Argost said to the Kumari. “Strike now!”

Guards were gathering around us. Dad picked up Mom.

“We have to go,” he said.

We ran through the audience. One guard tried to grab me, but I kicked him away and kept running. Raylee whistled, and Amber, Shillow, Kimbia, and Pikachu appeared in front of us.

“What happened?” Shillow asked.

“We’ll tell you later,” Raylee said.

They nodded and followed along.

Eventually we ran outside. We dived into the water and swam out of the kingdom. Luckily, the guards didn’t follow us.

We swam a few hundred yards from the kingdom before we resurfaced. I turned to Dad, who was checking out Mom. She was still unconscious.

“Is she ok?” I asked.

“She’s alive,” Dad said. Then he looked at me, and he was mad. “What were you thinking, Zak? A cortex disruptor? What could’ve possessed you to do something so catastrophically stupid?”

That hurt.

“I was trying to rescue you,” I said.

Dad’s expression softened. He held out his arm to me. I went to him and he hugged me.

“We need to get your mother to the medical equipment on the airship,” he said. “Do you have any way of reaching—”

About fifty feet away, the airship hovered above the water. Fiskerton, Zack, and Ulraj appeared out the side entrance. Fiskerton gave a thumbs up.

Right now, I didn’t care.

After Dad gave Mom her treatment, he laid her down on one of the infirmary beds.

“She’s gonna be ok,” he said.

“Oh, thank God,” Raylee said with relief.

“I’m very glad to hear that,” Ulraj said.

“Thank you,” Dad told him. “Who are you?”

“I am Ulraj, king of Kumari Kandam.”

“Don’t try arguing,” I warned. “He’s got jewelry.”

Ulraj pulled out his necklace, showing the medallion.

Then the alarms went off. We ran to the control room and noticed some chaos going on outside through the monitors.

“What’s happening to the city?” I asked.

“It’s war,” Ulraj confirmed. “Kumari Kandam is moving.”

“Moving how, exactly?” Dad asked.

As if in response to his question, a giant sea serpent arose from the water with the entire kingdom on its back.

“Whoa,” I said.

“I cannot allow this madness,” Ulraj said. “My people need me.”

“A moment, Your Highness,” Dad said, stopping him. “What if that’s exactly what Argost wants?” He thought about it for a moment. “Of course. He started this war to draw you into the open. He’s never cared about Kumari Kandam at all. He wants her king. Or something only the king can give him.” Dad gestured to Ulraj’s necklace. “Your royal medallion. Where did it come from originally?”

“It is an heirloom from Kumari Kandam’s trading age,” Ulraj explained. “A gift from the Sumerian dynasty of Ornamal.”

“Sumerians?” I said. “That means—”

“Kur,” Dad finished. “Highness, you have a powerful and dangerous artifact here. Will you trust me on something?”

“If it means stopping that mad man, anything,” he said.

“Fiskerton, you’re coming with us.”

He did a salute.

Dad turned to me. “Zak, that leaves you and the others to stop the Kumari’s from reaching land.”

That surprised me.

“You want me to take on a gigantic sea serpent by myself?” I asked. “That thing may be a little out of the league of my cryptid powers.”

“I know,” Dad said, then picked up a cortex disruptor. “You’re gonna need one of these. Probably several. Bundled together and focused for some sort of—”

“Whoa. Dad, I know you’re the one who wanted me to have a disruptor in the first place, but—”

“What I wanted was a way to teach you responsibility. But now the responsible thing to do is to try and make it right. It’s up to us to finish the job.”

I nodded and took the cortex disruptor.

“You won’t be taking on the serpent by yourself,” Sarah said. “We’ll be helping you as well.”

“She’s right,” Zack said. “We’re in this together.”

“Actually, if it’s alright with you, we would like to help you instead,” Amber said, gesturing to herself and Shillow.

Dad looked at Raylee.

“They’ll be very helpful,” she said. “I’ll stay on the airship and look after Drew.”

He nodded. “Alright. Let’s go.”

So while Dad, Ulraj, Fiskerton, Amber, and Shillow went to deal with Argost, Kimbia, and the cubs stayed on the airship with Raylee. Sarah, Zack, Zon, and I dealt with the serpent.

Sarah and Zack rode on their Charizards and I rode on Zon. I taped a few cortex disruptors together and then taped them onto a stick to make it easier to carry. I had Zon fly me close to the serpent’s eyeball and grabbed the claw.

“Easy,” I told it. “You don’t want to hurt us.”

I summoned my powers. I got control of it, but it just shook off the connection, became annoyed, and was now trying to eat me. Zon flew back.

“Dang,” I muttered.

“Now what?” Sarah asked, flying right beside me.

“We shoot at it,” I said.

We did that, but couldn’t get a direct hit, which was surprising given how big it was. Even worse, the Kumari were shooting at us, making it even harder for us to land any hits.

The serpent seemed to be entirely focused on me, so I came up with an idea. The Kumari were directly below us.

“Zon, dive!” I said. “Down there.”

She did as I commanded her and dived toward the city.

The serpent followed, running into a lot of the Kumari, knocking them aside. The serpent eventually lost interest in me and continued to head to the shore of a beach resort, freaking out all the people that were on the beach and in the water.

I was tired of wasting my time with this sea serpent. It was time to end this.

“No,” I said. “I won’t fail you again, Mom.”

I aimed the cortex disruptors at the creature and fired.

This time it hit it directly. Sarah and Zack joined in, using their electric powers, causing more of a shock.

The serpent roared in pain, and fell into the water, completely electrified.

We won.

“Whoo! Yeah!” I cheered.

Sarah and Zack cheered along.

We all gathered in the throne room of Kumari Kandam, even Mom, who was conscious and half covered in bandages, and Ulraj took his rightful place as king.

Long story short, they faced Argost, Ulraj tried using his medallion to help when he was supposed to have left it on the airship, the power from the medallion was too much for him to control, Dad was able to stop the power, knocking the medallion out of his hand, and Argost and Munya got away with the medallion.

Dad had taken a picture of the medallion with it around Munya’s neck, and was showing it to Mom.

“‘Before the breath of Kur, the sentinels will fall,’” she translated from the writing on the medallion. “I like the sound of that.”

“I am sorry, Doctor Saturday,” Ulraj said. “I should’ve left the medallion in your airship.”

“Don’t worry, Your Highness,” Dad told him. “We’ll get it back to you.”

“No. I do hope you get it back, but not for me. I want you to keep it safe. I think it’s been proven unwise to leave so much power in the hands of one so young and inexperienced.”

Mom and Dad looked at each other like they knew exactly what he was saying. Like me, for instance.

“Oh, no,” I said defensively. “This is totally different. I disobeyed you, yes, and I’m very sorry about that. But I think I showed out there that, with the giant sea monster, that I’m responsible enough to handle—”

I was still holding the cortex disruptors in my hand and it accidentally went off, setting a banner next to me on fire.

I groaned and handed it to Ulraj. “Ok. Keep the thing.”

Sarah laughed and grabbed one of her Poké balls, calling out her water Pokémon. “Vaporeon, use Water Gun and put out that fire, please.”

She did as Sarah commanded. Then Sarah put her back in her Poké ball.

We all said goodbye to Ulraj, wished him well in his kingship, and we went back to the airship, heading home.

Today was bad at first, but I learned my lesson. Hurting my mom with something that could be deadly is a real wake-up call.

Let’s hope I don’t do something that terrible ever again.

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