Thursday, November 17, 2011

Occupy Z.

My sense of humor gets a little twisted after a very long day working.


  1. How can you tell if it's OWZ or OWS? The shambling and probably the smell are similar.

  2. Og beat me to it and I'd like to add mindlessness to that comparison.

  3. I was just thinking the same as Og - the average liberal art major would be all but indistinguishable from the Zed horde.

    In fact, now that I think of it ... hmmm.

  4. VERY different. I might have sympathy for the plight of a Zombie.

  5. And one of the things to love about you is your twisted humor.

  6. I so understand how you feel...I get silly after a bad day too.

  7. Are you relaxing by watching Shawn of the Dead?

  8. First rule of Zombieland: Cardio. And *that* is why I run!

    It's been a long week around here...zombie humor never fails to make me laugh! Thanks!

  9. Now.... how did you get associated with this group...... would you like to talk about your associates.
    ........... Knows some real nice

    floor is to hard to bounce on.... needs some padding.

  10. I agree with North. After a long day I come home, fire up the time machine and open a malt, put on some music and go to see you.
    good think I had eaten before I got the 3.14. The Stearman story is great. I have a Stearman story, I will share somday. It involes combat time.


  11. Commie zombies? Its been done.

    I think you would find more hardcore Communists in your local university's faculty lounge than on that entire island these days, however.

    "It's a shame that the building blocks out the sunset."

  12. Brigid,

    Rule #2? Nahhhh...that will just get us into trouble.


  13. I didn't see anything twisted about that...what does that say about you? What does it say about me? :D

  14. Dori, I don't run. I lift.

    So I can carry more ammo. You run, you'll only die tired. My legs'll tire before my trigger finger!



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