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Graphic from Northern Brewer
I thought since this might be the last chance Ihave to post before Z-Day, I might as well dedicate it to my second favorite zombie of all time. My most favorite being Bub, from Romero’s Day of the Dead.
My second favorite zombie of all time is known throughout the world, has starred in dozens of feature films and has had so many books written about him they dedicate entire libraries to them. You could say he’s worshipped by millions. I am , of course, talking about Zombie Jesus. I’ll cover the facts as we know them, and leave the rest up to you all to figure out.
Fact #1. Jesus was crucified, died, buried, and then ROSE FROM THE DEAD.
Acts 2:24 – But God raised him from the dead, freeing him from the agony of death, because it was impossible for death to keep its hold on him.
Fact #2. He encouraged zombie like behavior.
John 6:53 – Jesus said to them, “I tell you the truth, unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood, you have no life in you”.
I don’t know about you guys, but something tells me its going to take more than a shovel to the head to put this one down.
It is my understanding that the undead population is being discriminated against here in Sioux Falls. The MSM outlets are refusing to give voice to the FACT that there is an impending zombie invasion. For too long we have been under the foot of the MAN. This Saturday we should rise up, give a moan in support of undead rights and gather in retaliation. Let our stinking corpses fill the streets in protest of the oppression brought down upon us by the “air breathers”. We’ll have a rountable discussion about these issues and many more Saturday night around 11PM.
How does one make a zombie?
This is a great question, and it deserves to be explored at length… over and over again. Everyone should know how to make a zombie. We aren’t going to require any voodoo ingredients. Instead, we’ll need to take a trip to your local liquor store. I’m not usually one for umbrella drinks, but put a few of these in me and I start to stumble around and moan at people.
1 oz Apricot Brandy
1 oz light or Puerto Rican rum
1 oz dark or Jamaican rum
1 oz lemon juice
1 oz lime juice
1 oz 151
In a cocktail shaker, mix light & dark rums and brandy. Add lemon and lime juice and dashes grenadine. Shake well and strain into a higball glass filled with ice. Fill glass with orange juice leaving room to float 1 oz of 151. Garnish with cherry, orange slice, pinapple wedge.