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LandruBek

That name, "Damian Locke," makes me want to say, "I see what you did there" -- said with a smile. You start with the evil Omen-child, but then finish with a blank slate, an empty quantity, an X ready to be defined. Nice.

Paula

I think there is NO DOUBT that "Damian Locke" is meant to conjure all kinds of cultural references - Chelsea Campbell is super-geeky (which is to love!). I myself find it kind of Wilde-ean, or, but, the kind of name a single mom who fancied herself villainous and gothy (like Damian's mom) would choose for her boy.

However it goes, it is adorable!

:paula

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