Posts Tagged ‘zombie’


This is one of my biggest complaints about mask-wearing*.

I naturally tend to smile a lot at people I interact with. I enjoy seeing the smiles from others. When I walk by you and we all look like steely-eyed ninjas, or impassive zombie-doctors**, or just people who might be fresh from a bank-robbery, you just lose a bit of that human-interaction that greases the gears of society and keeps us feeling connected.

Maybe we all need to go back and watch America’s Next Top Model and figure out how to “smize” (smile with your eyes) as Tyra Banks trained contestants. Or better yet – someone come up with a transparent-yet-still-effective facemask!

*Yes, masks are uncomfortable/inconvenient/not fun. Please do your part and wear one in public, anyway. The next person you interact with could depend on it!

**That is, a doctor who is a zombie. Not a doctor who treats zombies. What would be the point of that?

clipped from
Jesus vs. Zombie
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Found via my new neighbor Gus.

In his words:

[My friend Dave's] vision was simple: Jesus, being a zombie by the very definition of the word (sans the whole brain-lust), should engage in holy fisticuffs with his undead brethren, but only in the form of a tattoo.

So in he went to the worst tattoo shop in all of central Maryland, and four hours emerged emblazoned with this conglomeration of ink and wonderment:

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Post an Acoustic Tune
from Your Personal Library

Week 7

a·cous·tic (?-k?'st?k)
   1.  Of or being an instrument that does not produce or enhance sound electronically: an acoustic guitar; an acoustic bass.
   2. Being a performance that features such instruments: opened the show with an acoustic set

A little trite since I seem to only have one album of acoustic stuff on this computer, but here's the Cranberries from MTV Unplugged…

Zombie (MTV Unplugged)
The Cranberries

Oh wait…I just realized that I've also got Letters to Cleo's album Aurora Gory Alice, and it has an acoustic closer…. here's "Step Back".

Step Back
Letters to Cleo

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