Talk:Good Omens

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what dose it mean when i can hear someone saying my name right out of the blue it has olny happened 3 times to me im 25 the last time was maybe 3 years was a voice i knew but they are not dead when i truned around to see who was there noone was anywhere nothing and NO IM NOT CRAZY.

—This unsigned comment is by Amycobb (talkcontribs) .

British coins[edit]

What about the paragraph (in footnote) about the funny old british coins methods? it was in saturday, if i remember right... please add the note to the quotes!

—This unsigned comment is by Et cohen (talkcontribs) .

"Good Omens" is nothing but constant pseudo-philosophical end-of-the-world jargon that makes you wonder if the authors were in tune with the universe, or just simply crack pots on a mission to drive everyone else insane. ~Rich

The article's introduction identifies the work as a satire. Is that not clear enough? ~ Ningauble 12:54, 5 November 2011 (UTC)