King of the zombies
What would you and your loved ones do in case of an emergency? Most families discuss what would happen if their house caught on fire or if a tornado caused damage to the structure. They figure out what courses of action need to be taken to get everyone out of the structure as safely as possible and how to alert the appropriate authorities. They determine a meeting place for everyone to gather after they have left the building. This is what most families discuss. My family talks about what would happen in the eventuality of a zombie apocalypse.
My son recently got my wife hooked on the AMC television program “The Walking Dead.” Since my wife got hooked on it, that means I have to get hooked on it too. (In that sense, it’s pretty much like “The Bachelor” or “Dancing With The Stars.” Except with walking corpses.) If you’re not familiar with this show, I’m in the same boat as you. I have seen parts of a couple of episodes, so I’ll try to clue you in with a highly-detailed description of what’s going on.
On the show, the world has been overrun by flesh-eating zombies. That’s pretty much it. There are the live people and the zombies who are chasing them around trying to eat them. And apparently, if you get bitten or scratched by a zombie, you get the utter joy of turning into one of the undead yourself.
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