Zombie Kill-Off in Times Square! WZMB Zombie Radio Show Ep. 56 “The Dismal Baptismal”"

When did killing off zombies become so controversial? I remember back in the early days of the Zombie Apocalypse, we weren’t so fussy about how zombies got killed, or if civilians were caught in the cross-fire. Heck, we knew it was every innocent bystander’s responsibility to take a bullet for the team, provided that bullet passed through you quickly and fatally lodged in a zombie. We used to take out whole orphanages with firebombs, automatic weapons and vultures, if we thought there was one zombie in that orphanage. But now, fans, as you can see, we’re a little obsessed with this whole “life is sacred” thing. Some of us more than others. (If I were paying him, I’d fire him.) But see for yourself…

After this incident, I’ll never think of Times Square in the same way again. I know you’ll find this hard to believe, Jazz Fans, but it used to be the only blood spilled in Times Square was human blood. Even more shocking, would it surprise you to know that blood was not even the number one fluid spilled?
I came of age in Times Square in the 70s, the heyday of heroin. I saw things that would make your jaw drop, jazz fans, and some of them actually happened. But you could score in so many ways back then. There were strippers named Chocolate Sprinkles and Cream-Filled Eclair, and there were donuts called Big Tits and Love You Long Time For a Dollar. There were the Grindhouse Cinemas all down “The Duece”, where you could get paid for a sexual favor, and forgiven by a priest, at the same time. Good times, Jazz Fans, and I’ve got the genital warts to prove it.
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