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Tuesday, August 9   >>

THE ZOMBIE REFORM ACT OF 2005 IS IN EFFECT

So the other night a friend came over with a video game. It's for the PlayStation2. He had asked me if I was ready to try out his new game, so I said "sure."

Then it clicked -- OHHHH he brought the game over because I have a PlayStation2!!!

My parents got me a PlayStation2 about two years ago for my Christmas present. I was enthusiastic when I got it -- that is, for two weeks. What can I say, video games can bore me very quickly. Since then, it's been gathering dust behind the television set. In fact, I had forgotten that I actually owned it for a long period of time.

Well, anyway, he brought this game over called TimeSplitters where a bunch of incredibly strange characters go through time trying to catch some bad guy who has something the weird characters want. Or something.

There was one part of the game where you, the player, has to kill as many monkeys as you can.

But these weren't your typical run-'o-the-mill monkeys.

THESE WERE ZOMBIE MONKEYS.

Finally -- zombies who aren't human and who are actually much smarter than us.

BOOM BOOM BANG BANG SPLURGE PUKE BLOOD AL GORE KERPLUNK

I'm glad to see the diversification of zombies.

That, readers, is what we call progress.