Because the Zombie Apocalypse makes for a great song. Watch this most awesome music video and see how many genre specific things you can point out. Plus also listen cause it’s funny as hell.
It’s going to happen, the Zombie Apocalypse will come. And when it does, will you be prepared to contact your friends, relatives, and Zombie Decimation squad? If not then you should review this article on CNN.com highlighting a new phone from Motorola that I agree would prove most useful during the Zombie Apocalypse. The new Motorola Motofone F3 is a small OLED device that has approximately 500 minutes of talk time and up to 300 hours of stand time. I think this device is a necessity to add to that ever expanding and important Zombie Survival Kit you’ve been putting together (I know you have). As long as there’s cell coverage, this baby will keep you in contact well into the Zombie Apocalypse. Just make sure your plan has enough talk time. Nothing worse than running out of prepaid minutes and ending up as Zombie food.
According to an article published on the Guardian website scientists “have discovered evidence of a fungus that takes over ants’ behaviour for its own ends.” Apparently this fungus latches onto ants as they cross the ground, and then infects them and makes the “infected ants move towards the underside of the leaf they are on and lock their mandibles in a “death grip” around the central vein, immobilising themselves and locking the fungus in position.”
Scientists pose the question “what are the triggers that push a parasite not just to kill its host, but to take over its brain and muscles and then kill it?” I pose the question, “when will it make the jump to humans and trigger the zombie apocalypse?”
You gotta admit, it’s kind of creepy. Fungus that can take over your body and control you and kill you. We’re next.
There’s a word I have not come across. Zombietopia: The perfect Zombie Apocalypse scenario where everything goes just your way, except of course for the fact that the living dead are rampaging across the earth feasting on human flesh. Sharon Astyk over on scienceblogs.com posted her own set of rules for her zombietopia. If you haven’t seen this you should definitely head on over there for a glance. It’s very well thought out and very amusing.
I particularly liked this one.
6. I would like to discover a secret talent for ninja fighting that I never knew I had. And scrabble.
I think my perfect zombietopia may include that item as well. Later on I shall endeavor to post my own zombietopia.
So you’ve been raided by a zombie horde, and your house is in shambles. Your insurance says “Forget you buddy, we don’t do zombie damage”. What do you do? Well my friend you should’ve checked out www.myzombieinsurance.com.
My Zombie Insurance deals primarily with the aftermath of those pesky zombie invasions. It extends to your current insurance so you never have to worry about zombie related damages again. And with rate plans starting as low as $9.99 how can you say no? The Zombie Insurance kit includes an insurance ID, proof of insurance certificate, and decals that you can paste on your windows to ward off potential zombie attacks.
The Zombie Guy says you should always be prepared (really, I do). And part of being prepared is planning for the aftermath. Don’t wait for the zombie invasion, get your insurance NOW!
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The comic book ”The Walking Dead” may soon be a TV series. The comic book has been around since 2003 and is published by image comics. The comic book is published in black and white and has a gritty drama feel to it. The issues I’ve read have been pretty interesting and mainly outline the drama of those who have survived (or I should say are still surviving) the Zombie Apocalypse.
It appears that AMC may be taking on the project. To quote John Stillerman of AMC ”This is not about zombies popping out of closets,” Stillerman said. “This is a story about survival, and the dynamics of what happens when a group is forced to survive under these circumstances. The world (in ‘Walking Dead’) is portrayed in a smart, sophisticated way.”
As much as I like closet popping zombies, the direction the show may take for a TV series sounds interesting. But really, who cares? It’s a TV show featuring those loveable flesh eating monsters we’ve come to love and adore. That’s all I need to start watching.
here’s the wiki