Zombies on Ice? It’s not the latest ice-capades extravaganza. It’s not a reality show with Eskimos pitted against zombies on an ever-shrinking ice flow (although that would be really cool!) It’s the new reality in New York City. Since zombies have been classified as neither alive, nor dead, but pre-dead, New Yorkers have been trying to come to grips with exactly what that means. But the city itself has already got it all figured out! To hear all the answers, listen to this week’s episode of Zombie Radio Show!
Heyyyy, Jazz Fans! So where are we? Zombies aren’t dead, so you can’t bury them in the ground. Not that burying them in the ground did much good, anyway. Still zombies aren’t alive, so they can’t get service in the nicer dining establishments, and you can’t tag their bank accounts when they lurch out on the check. They occupy the legal nether world twixt living and dead, previously occupied only by ghosts and Joan Rivers.
Still, it’s great to know that though zombies are on legal ice, their assets are very much alive and working miracles. The city’s new policy of keeping zombie assets in trust has reversed the city’s fortunes from bleak and zombie infested, to bright and zombie infested. There are new parks going up, new roads being paved, and new trips to Vegas for city leadership. To see how responsibly the city is spending the money, check out the video adaptation of this weeks’ Zombie Radio Show!
So there you have it, Jazz Fans! Your tax dollars at work, building a better today for me. To hear more about all the fun I’m having with your filthy lucre, Follow me on Twitter, Like me on Facebook and subscribe to my YouTube Channel!