Congratulations Robert Bryce Buckley Jaws Gallagher to the Third Marlor! You are now Graduated... from LIFE! With this defining moment in this young man's life, we at the ZOA decided to try yet another experiment. We wanted to know where true allegiance lie, and we thought Buck made a perfect candidate. We wanted to know which instincts would kick in, once zombified. Buck is a die-hard (to say the least) BYU Cougar fan. Yet, today marks his graduation from the University of Utah. A life-long dedication to an establishment and its sporting clubs delves deep into the human psyche, and is difficult to penetrate, even by a College Degree from another institution. So, the debate ensues: heart vs. mind. His heart lies in BYU, but his mind was educated at the U of U. The heart wants what it wants (irrationally), but the mind looks at the world objectively (rationally). The sensation of a BYU win, or the security and feeling of accomplishment of a U of U Grad. Which of these two will win, when Buck becomes undead? Which instinct drives the Zombie Psyche? Well, the results were, rather predictable actually. He did not choose Blue for BYU, or Red for the U of U... He chose Grey, as in Matter... Although choosing Brains would lead one to conclude that he chose with his mind, he actually was not choosing his brain, but rather, the brains of others. We called the experiment a success, for even though the study was not overly helpful, we can now include Buck among the Undead. Congratulations once again, you Stalwart Beast of a Man!
The world demanded it, and we delivered: A Ginger Zombie. For the first time, a Red-Headed Wonder has joined our cause. We don't know if this will spark an international frenzy or not, but frankly, we don't care. We acknowledge there are differences of opinions when it comes to the ginger folk, but we at the ZOA don't see in Black and White... and Red. We see in Green... and Food. And this particular new Greenie is my own flesh and blood... and guts: Cousin Linsey. Unfortunately, during the "change," her back took a turn for the worse. Luckily, our kind don't so much feel pain. Our quest to acquire the minds of others supersedes that of mere mortal pain, so I'm sure she won't mind too much.
Have you ever been sitting around with a group of friends, reminiscing about the days when you were a kid...? You had so much fun, no worries... You were alive, for one thing... Well, we had such a moment the other day, and one thing we missed was grandma's cooking. So, we went down to the local retirement home (yes, again... they're just so slow... they make us look like Usain Bolt) and tried to coerce this elderly woman into making us some good, old-fashioned home-baked bread. Well, she had a panic attack, tried to run, stumbled over her walker... it wasn't pretty, and we felt bad for her... but we were hungry... So, When in Rome... Long story, short, she is now with us, and is still one fine baker. Except now she specializes in making fresh-made, old-fashioned loaves of head. Fantastic!
This is our glorious necromancer, Dave. He has been a great help over these past few weeks as our grass-roots operation gets
We at the ZOA felt it was time to protect what we love most: brains. This new Zombie Helmet protects our only weakness. It felt natural to try and create a means by which we can protect our supporters. Right now, we encourage those without helmets to seek out those with helmets, and treat the helmet like a Happy Meal toy.
What started out as joke, turned into something even better: science. How is that better? Let me tell you. A group of us zombies were sitting around, digesting yet another fantastic meal and watching the latest episode of "Glee," when Zombraham asked Zombama if a person in a wheel chair were to be zombified, would they regain use of their legs. I then made a clever comment about a drumstick and a gut slushee, and suddenly everyone was hungry again. But the thought still remained: would a person in a wheelchair be able to walk...? Well, we decided to find out. We sought out Artie Abrams and had a glorious dessert, and we waited for our question to be answered. He finally awoke, and to our surprise, he did not regain control of his legs... and even more disturbing, he lost control of one of his arms... Now, he just spins in circles, trying to sing. We do apologize to all of you "Glee" fans, but the way this season is going, we may have done you a favor...