Friday Music: The Zero X Theme (from “Thunderbirds Are Go”)

February 19, 2021
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Raised in a home filled with books on Western civilization, P.G. Mantel became a lover of history at an early age. An amateur writer of verse, he makes himself useful as an editor for Men of the West.


  1. I don’t think I ever heard it before, but that song wakens the boy in me. It evokes what I imagined life would be like when I finally became a grown-up. Full of adventure, constructive and satisfying work, beauty, noble deeds, and noble battle. Always guided by a higher calling; the present Spirit of our holy Lord God.

    Lord, bring back the boy in me!

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