Zombie Fog! WZMB Zombie Radio Show Ep. 60 “A Vast Sucking Sound”

Zombie fog is green and yellow, with seventeen parts per million actual zombie bits, and will turn you into a zombie if you inhale. Gosh, I hope the crap covering Times Square is just chlorine gas or toxic pollution. But if you fear the worst, listen to Episode 60 of Zombie Radio Show to find out for yourself!

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Hey, Jazz Fans, Jimmy Rudolph here. Now I happen to love me some fog– it’s like God giving everyone the gift of a morphine haze, without those pesky needles. It’s also romantic. I remember walking along the Seine one foggy night with a very special lady, and it felt like we were the only two people in the world. Our “privacy’ inspired me to some bold moves, which I regretted once the fog lifted ten seconds later. I regretted seeing the special lady’s badge, and penis, as well. That was a long night in the Bastille. And French prison guards are so rude to us Americans.

But the thick green pea soup covering Times Square seems a tad strange, Jazz Fans, even for fog lovers like me. Fog is not common in June, and we’ve had us some windy days lately. But the fog just lays there, like a roofied date.All the hustle and bustle of Times Square seems to disappear. The honk of the cab, even the crash as it slams into the Panasonic building due to lack of visibility, all the sounds of Broadway become muffled and distant, if not silenced altogether. Hookers and priests emerge from the thick, green blanket, walking past you, before disappearing again. It’s as though you’re walking along the ocean floor, only without the fish swimming at your side– what’s that? HOLY SHIT! A fish! I kid you not, a fish just swam right in front of me! I’m getting out of here!

But you, fans, you sit back and enjoy this video adaptation of Zombie Radio Show! And don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. Like you can follow anything in this shit… I mean, enjoy!

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