♪♪My, Calypso, the places you’ve been to,
the things that you’ve shown us, the stories you tell.
My, Calypso, I sing to your spirit.
The men who have served you so long and so well.♪♪
Lead zombie was Mac Arena.
Anyone else flash back to Betelgeuse? Day-o….
One of those I had I was fine till one looked at me, then I awakened.
Better than Zombie Apocalypto.
The Playful Dead.
Horace probably saw Apocalyptica (Finnish cello line trio) and it turned to conga line Apocalypso zombie nightmare. Actually there’s some zombie look-like stuff from them: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWDLl-PeIgY
Zombie Jamboree took place in a New York cemetery (Where?)Zombie Jamboree took place in Long Island cemeteryZombies from all parts of the island (Where?)Some of them are great CalypsoniansHey, since the season was CarnivaleThey got together in Bacchanal
Dancing zombies are common enough for a TV Tropes page, “The Dead Can Dance.”
Your puns are right up there with Pastis´s best.
Performing the limbo perfectly.
That rotted fruit on Carmen Miranda’s head really attracted the gnats.
With them lined up like that I’ll save ammo by getting four or five headshots per round!
Daylight come and I wanna eat brains!
This current widespread fascination with zombies is a cultural phenomenon whose attraction puzzles me. It has even spread to the PX (Post Exchange) on Fort Wainwright here in Alaska, where the sporting goods section offers printed—and “goo-oozing,” in some instances—shooting practice targets that depict zombie deer, rats, and even cockroaches. I’m neither for it nor against it; I just don’t get it. There have been (and probably still are) real zombies, but they were people to be pitied rather than feared. They were brain-damaged (comatose, thought to be dead, and prematurely buried) and/or drugged people who were used as almost robot-like servants by Voodoo practitioners, both for their direct benefit and to increase the Voodoo practitioners’ power over the populace, through fear (“We can turn you into zombies if you cross us!”).
July 31, 2015