If you own a business, you didn’t build that, zombies did
Sunday, August 19, 2012 at 07:00am 13 Comments
From reader and College Insurrectionist @BlakeSeitz:
Took this in a parking lot in Athens, GA yesterday.
The jokes write themselves.
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to the full extent allowed by law.
Dead man walking. (Hopefully)
Most telling to me is that a NEW Obama sticker hasn’t replaced the old one. Perhaps this person is in fact going to be a ‘zombie’, like many others, with no plans to put the energy into voting this time? Disappointment is hard to overcome with catch phrases and demonizing the ‘other’.
Oh, look. It’s the car of a liberal arts major with at least 250K of student loan debt.
That’s why I always tip waiters very well.
So is this person a professional zombie or does he/she simply support zombies? Inquiring minds want to know.
If it wasn’t for the other stickers I’d assume the driver was a supporter of Zombie, the west coast photographer whose work destroys much of the left’s self-ascribed peaceful tolerance.
Since that doesn’t appear to be the case I guess the driver is just another perpetual adolescent extolling the vitrues of the fictions that are zombies (and Obama).
Somebody should tell the driver of this car that zombies can’t use Obamacare. (They can still vote though, in Chicago.)
I prefer the hope and change of zombies to that of the current administration.
Aw no, guys. This probably is a player in the game of Humans versus Zombies, played on many college campuses.
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Looks like I upset the Zombie Lobby.
They are everywhere.
(Note, no Obama ’12 sticker.)
I think you just got posted within the progressive blogosphere that usually reacts with stolen pseudo-intellectual gibberish (social constructionist blah blah). See, they make what they pose as smart remarks in response to sarcasm or humor to show the knuckle-draggers how superior they are. They must be sooo proud of themselves.
Well, we’re assuming that the ‘Pro’ in ‘Pro Zombie’ refers to ‘professional’. It could also be short for prototype, protozoan, profligate, proficient, etc.
I choose to believe it stands for Progressive Zombie.