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    The Zombies

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    middle of a zombie apocalypse like an idiot. I’m glad to see that you’ve learned a lesson or two; or at the very least you’ve gone from “A zombie outbreak could never happen and probably wouldn’t even be a big deal even if it did” to “Aaaaaahhhh! Zombies! What a terrifying and startling turn of events that I am now prepared for!” Now then, on a totally unrelated topic, I was out walking the streets last night when this guy runs up to me and tries to bite me! It was really weird; he was covered in

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    rings under his eyes and his face had wasted a way to the point where his jawline so was finely drawn next to the pale skin. "Stand behind me Mia!" Tyler called pulling me back. This is what the army was hiding us from. The so-called OUTBREAK. "Zombies?" I question under my breath as I kept eyeing out the boy in front of us. He looked familiar amongst the blood and pale wasted skin. The zombie took another limped step

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    Theme Of Zombies Chasers

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    The theme of Zombie Chasers is basically they had to stay together to get survive the attack of the zombies. One reason why I thought this was the theme was because if they didn’t get advice from Madison they would have turned into zombies. Another example they had to stay together is when they had to go to a mart to get Ginkgo Biloba but the door was closed so Rice said to get in by the little window. The last example is when Madison’s dog was kidnapped by a Zombie (Zoe), Zack knocked him out and

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    Zombies and the End of the World

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    Zombies When it comes to the end of the world, most people think about God coming or the sun exploding. There is one other thing on the list that has the film industry thriving with money. Zombies are on the top list of how the world might end. Zombies are a body reanimated after the person dies. It also needs a virus to help reanimate the body. Zombies are one of the most talked about way that the world might end. One of the most famous stories about zombies is the during WWII, the nazis had a secret

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    Cloning and Mind Zombies

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    Cloning and Mind Zombies Cloning, is it the thing of the future?  Or is it a start of a new generation?  To some, cloning could give back a life.  A life of fun, happiness, and freedom. For others it could mean destruction, evil, or power. Throughout this paper, you the reader, should get a better concept of cloning, it's ethics, the pro's and con's, and the concerns it has brought up.  You will hear the good of what cloning can do and the bad that comes with the good. Most of the information

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    Zombies have been around since George A. Romero first introduced them in the movie Night of the Living Dead in 1968. However, over the past decade, the American public’s interest in zombies has skyrocketed, especially in media culture. Since the year 2000, over one-hundred and fifty zombie movies have hit the screens of the American people. Furthermore, countless zombie themed video games, books, comics, and television shows have also entered into American society. There are even zombie themed 5k

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    ALL YOU ZOMBIES

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    In the story, All You Zombies, there are many paradoxes that Heinlein touches upon. One being, the ability to travel back and forth through time. This jumping from one time to another would allow one to arrive at a time that he or she is already in causing there to be two of the same person at once. In fact, this is the scenario that occurs in the short story. It all starts when the bartender approaches a sad soul setting at the bar. He asks the fellow to tell him what is wrong. Though reluctant

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    Creative Writing: Zombies

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    and the smell of yesterday's tuna casserole, this bin's last stop had been the cafeteria. I looked at the positive - at least it wasn't the bio cleanup from the animal lab. I'd take tuna casserole over monkey poo any day of the week. I hoped the zombies didn't agree. Holding my breath, I listened as they approached. Ten versions of drag-step, drag-step melded into a curious cadence. The soft shuffle of dress shoes intermingled with the sharper click of women's heels. I briefly wondered if there'd

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    Zombies. Those green, stinky, rotting bodies that trudge around and eat brains in every apocalypse movie. They are feared and despised by many, but could zombies ever be loved? In Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion, a plague has infected millions of people, leaving them half-alive and half-dead and forcing the uninfected to hide. Typical zombies; biting and infecting humans, creating more zombies. The zombie protagonist, R, is not the stereotypical zombie. Unlike his friends, R has feelings and emotions

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    Cases of Zombies: True or False

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    in the world that’s leaving 70% of the world terrified. “Spiritual research has shown that almost the entire world is affected by ghosts at some time or the other in their life” (Clarke, 2012). Description of Topic Zombies are caused by a disease that causes life after death. “Zombies look and behave like the conscious beings that we are today, but "all is dark inside.” (Chalmers, 2005). According to (ahmadmad, 2013) “The word ‘zombie’ is said to have come from nzambi, which in Kongo means ‘spirit

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    Critical Commentary Zombies, or the Dead, does not think and get no sense most of the time. This is the main difference between them and the livings, because we have consciences, mind, memory and dream, we make decision for fulfilling our own target. This is what makes us alive. However, the Dead in Warm Bodies are quite different with the one in other creations. They can think or even talk. This is what makes them get more humanity. They also can make decisions by themselves because of that. In

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    itself around Zombies. A lot of movies and tv shows have been created such as Shaun of the Dead, The Walking Dead, Pontypool and many more. Additionally, zombie video games have been created and each year many kids dress as zombies for halloween. If you ever talk with a zombie fanatic, you will without a doubt hear about the movies Zombieland, and World War Z. Even though they are both scary films, World War Z contains a lot more suspense. The speed at which these two types of zombies move is very

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    different zombies. They might both be categorized under what is called the zombie genre, but both have different plots, themes, and were told from completely different viewpoints. The zombies from the movie Night of the Living Dead and the book Warm Bodies are completely different kinds of zombies according to their physical traits, how they interact with the surrounding humans, and how they all think as individuals. The zombies from both works are very different physically. The zombies from the

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    Barbie Zombies

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    theories on the origins of the zombie apocalypse throughout zombie history. Such theories range from the traditional Vodoun theory (White Zombie) to the cosmic radiation theory (Dawn of the Dead). In this scenario, zombies originate in China and come to the United States as Barbie Zombies from the Mattel Xin Yi Factory ("Toys of Misery” 2007). Barre Toelken’s Twin Laws of Folklore dissect the dynamic and conservative aspects of the Zombie Barbie. Such aspects include the master versus slave relationship

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    Never Really About Zombies” is explain to readers that zombies actually have little to do with the undead. The author of the article walks us through the history of zombies and how they were represented in the past. Zombies have shown up across cultures and time periods, hence, it is known as a archetype. Before I read this article, I had never yet considered that the viewpoint of what zombies portrayed was completely different centuries ago. I’ve always thought that zombies were just gory, scary

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    haul of homework is surviving a whole mob of zombies. This is the picture that Chuck Klosterman paints in his article published in The New York Times, “My Zombie, Myself: Why Modern Life Feels Rather Undead.” Having published many books and essays concerning pop culture, Klosterman attempts to uncover the reason why zombies are so popular right now. He concludes that their popularity is a result of the current zombie-like state of our society. Killing zombies is repetitive, and it is no different from

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    The Vampire Combat Manual and Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Zombies. The Vampire Combat Manual written by Roger Ma and Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Zombies written by Matt Mogk are two research texts that provide factual and/or fictional information depending on how you perceive the reality of vampires and zombies. The purpose of The Vampire Combat Manual was to inform readers on how to deal with zombies and/or real life situations where you may be at risk from an attacker

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    The New Zombies

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    For many years, zombies have been the monster in the darkness, lighting up movie screens, and terrorizing people across the world with their actions. They are the infected. People without control, whose soul is departed but the body moves completely on instinct, and Zombies are more than just a figment of science fiction. Zombies are the product of human imagination for a creature that both defines humanity as a whole and as an individual. The word Zombie first started appearing in the English language

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    I was a late bloomer when it came to knowledge of zombies. Well, late in the sense that I hadn’t noticed zombies in pop culture, not late in the sense that zombies had taken over. At least I hope the movies didn’t have real zombies acting like zombies, or else the world as we know it would be in a whole lot of trouble. The undead are everywhere in popular culture. Zombies appear in video games such as Doom, Zelda and Left 4 Dead. They are in movies like 28 Days Later, Dawn of the Dead, Shaun of

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    Concepts are how we give meaning to everyday things. We make, name, communicate, and imagine concepts all day everyday; concepts are vital to understanding this world we live in. A concept is an abstract idea or a cognitive unit of meaning. Zombies, for example, are a concept, but where did this concept of the living dead arise? Is there some religious link to this concept or is it an image of imagination? A zombie is defined as a fictional undead demon or a person in a rapt state being controlled

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