I blogged about this Nativity Scene cat last year, actually.
I’ve said a thousand times I don’t really like discussing politics and personal beliefs because no matter what you believe someone is going to disagree with you and at the end of the day you’re going to believe whatever you want anyway so arguing is pointless. Political views are one of those things like yearly salaries or body weight that should just be kept to yourself and dealt with silently, but I don’t really know how else I’m going to address this situation so instead of tap dancing around the issue I’m just going to lay it all out there. Personally, I’m a firm believer in the American justice system. It’s one of the core principles that this great country was founded upon and I think every citizen has their right to due process, but I’d be perfectly content with just taking these zombies out back and putting a bullet in their brain. No judge, no jury, just a swift, painless coup de grâce. Obviously I don’t think I need to go into great detail when I say that type of behavior is WEIRD AS FUCK. Straight up bonkers. Like if this were Minority Report and the Precogs had a vision and sent a couple of those wooden balls down the chute to a waiting Tom Cruise there’s a one million percent chance that the name of the perpetrator would match these zombies lumbering around outside the Hamilton County Courthouse. Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but anyone that takes time out of their schedule to get into full character as a flesh eating monster is a danger and a menace to society and that my friends is just a fact of life. Never felt more strongly about anything if we’re being honest. Take ’em out back, put one in their face with Daryl Dixon’s crossbow and burn the bodies. Gotta deal with the undead before they deal with us. I’ve seen way too many zombie shows to have these things overrunning my city.
Also I found out that there’s a whole sub-culture out there that seems pretty into this whole zombie thing? Guess that explains why there were a couple lunatics marching around downtown protesting a zombie nativity scene hearing. One of ’em even followed me on Twitter and I don’t think I can recall ever being so intrigued yet so terrified at the same time.