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Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Zombie Rights Campaign

We believe in all kinds of zombie rights.

They have the right to be blown to bits by a shotgun.

...the right to a frontal lobotomy courtesy of an NCRPC agent.

...the right to be hacked up, chainsawed, axed, torn, slashed, shredded, melted, burned, exploded, squashed, crushed, and otherwise mutilated. more



At October 24, 2009 9:52 PM , OpenID wing-zero-ew said...

The Zombie Rights Campaign believes in equal rights for both the living and the un-living, and is baffled by your hostility. What is it about Zombies that you find so threatening, and why can we not have a civil conversation without these grotesque threats of violence against our Undead brethren?

For shame, good sir or madam. For shame

--John Sears, President of The Zombie Rights Campaign

At October 26, 2009 7:07 AM , Blogger talien said...

Excepting the fact that we find it difficult that a zombie shambled up to a keyboard and typed a complete sentence, suffice it to say that the National Center for Reanimation Prevention and Control has just one reason for being hostile:

You're zombies.

We're always happy to have a conversation, if by "conversation" you consider a a shotgun blast in response to zombie groans as witty repartee.

At October 26, 2009 3:32 PM , OpenID wing-zero-ew said...

I am not myself a Zombie, though there are many Zombies who could easily type a complete sentence into your comment box. Others may require some assistance or technological aid to do so, but these handi-capable Differently Animated are no less worthy of respect, merely because they may have lost a few fingers at some point.

The Zombie Rights Campaign is an outreach organization, staffed by, and welcoming, both the Living and the Undead, along with any states in-between. We don't consider shotgun blasts to comprise witty repartee, but if you're willing to negotiate a civilized luncheon or perhaps afternoon tea, we could perhaps have a productive roundtable discussion.

John Sears, President of The Zombie Rights Campaign

At October 26, 2009 8:42 PM , Blogger talien said...

Bah, zombie lovers. Probably slip a zombie virus into the tea...


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