Zombies in denial. It’s sad, it’s infuriating, and it’s an exercise in futility. How can you get a zombie to wrap his mind around the truth when he’s trying to wrap his mouth around your mind?
Heyyy, Jazz Fans. Jimmy Rudolph here. Y’know, a zombie in denial is a sad thing A sad, horrifying thing that you want to run away from. It’s bad enough that he wants to kill you, crack open your skull and slurp up your brains like Rocky and the eggs. But the fact that he can’t even admit that he wants to do that adds a certain poignant tragedy to the bloody mayhem. To see what I mean, check out this week’s episode of Zombie Radio Show!
Whatever happened to personal responsibility, Jazz Fans? Now, I’m the first to point the finger, if it’s someone else’s fault. But if it’s my fault– well, it depends. I’m a celebrity, after all, and I have certain liability issues that I have to take into account, but rest assured, friends, that I take personal responsibility for my bads in my closet. Nobody wants to see me in the closet, but if you want to see a zombie in denial, check out this week’s video adaptation of Zombie Radio Show!
See? It’s so sad. The self-loathing that must be furrowing inside this poor man, along with the maggots. I look forward to the day when zombies will come out of the grave, brush the dirt off his burial suit and say, in between calls for brains, that he’s proud to be a zombie. He’ll feel better for having finally accepted himself, and we’ll feel better when we kill him.