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    Zombies have established a hold on the people of the twenty-first century. There are books, movies, TV shows, and video games about zombies. AMC’s “The Walking Dead” is a TV show about a group of people trying to survive the zombie apocalypse. While fans of the show may already love zombies, some fans watch the show with little knowledge on what zombies really are. Matt Mogk’s “Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Zombies” is a book that is written to inform readers on everything they would want

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    monsters teach us?” (Seifert 62) Before one can talk about zombies, one must first understand what a zombie is. The Oxford English Dictionary is known to be the most comprehensive dictionary in existence, its definition for the word ‘zombie’ may not be up to date anymore. In the dictionary, it describes a zombie as one of the Vodou zombies from Africa and Haiti and not any of the un-dead creatures seen today. Informally, zombies nowadays are described as a very aggressive, reanimated human corpse

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    ZOMBIES Wesley Street is a hodgepodge of potholes and patches. As I navigate around the worst potholes, I keep a keen eye out for preoccupied pedestrians who scurry about the road like a lost army of ants. The parking lot is a sea of cars, acres and acres of cars. After what seems like endless trips up and down each aisle, I find a parking place. As I turned off the ignition, I take a deep breath and looked over at the imposing building. I checked my more time to make sure I have everything

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    daily routines, and then values. Next, is the transition into a zombie apocalyptic environment where the originality of an individual is removed by the zombie-disease. Zombies are then regarded as empty vessels controlled by natural instincts. There is a common theme involving loss of self to those who’ve fallen victim to the zombies and those who strive

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    the more the merrier. Four, no matter what, you are surely going to need canned food because the rest is probably going to be rotten. Five, repopulation even if it sounds nasty about 9/10 of the human population is going to be zombies, but be careful babies can attract zombies. Six, be a hero because those people screaming for help are precious for survival. These are all very important rules, but here are some really important tips. First, if they look bit they probably are. So ask them how

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    it represents a loss of oneself to many different things, primarily to a capitalist society. The authors have come to the conclusion that humans have a fear of what they cannot control, and that is why the zombie is so big in entertainment. We see zombies everywhere, in movies, books, tv shows, fundraisers, marathons, and so much more. They have been around for decades, but recently they have become very popular. The authors believe this is

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    the sound is loud as the glass cracks upon each step then until one glass produces quite the reverb. The shot changes from the close of the feet to a highway of the zombies that turn their head to that but however they weren’t unsettled. They come across room full of zombies. Gerry slowly peaks, the POV shot of the room full of zombies. One zombie makes guttural growl and breathing that fills the whole room making Gerry go back in to cover. The group takes advantage as the zombie’s back is turned

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    The human population was turning into zombies that were going on a rampage and biting and killing anyone they came across. The movie started out showing Lane’s family living a content lifestyle and as they were heading out for the day, they ran into massive amounts of traffic and all of a sudden the chaos began. Lane and his family were in the car sitting in stand-still traffic when they saw people running for their lives while being attacked by the zombies. Throughout the movie, Lane and his family

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    job to persuade you to believe that, zombies do exist and that you should be prepared and aware of what the future may have in store for you…in case of an emergency grab a weapon and follow me. As you probably already know zombies have been a pop culture staple for years…what I mean by that is, zombies have a huge influence over society…we really seem to have a strange fascination with them, and Hollywood knows all too well about our sick hang ups regarding zombies; which would explain the long list

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    monster to represent something larger than itself in order to have the reader reflect on their “fears, desires, anxiety, and fantasy” in society, which is explained in Jefferey Cohen's Monster Culture (Seven Theses). The latest trend in monster media, zombies, also fit into Cohen's theses on what a monster is. Jeffery Cohen's first thesis states “the monster's body is a cultural body”. Monsters give meaning to culture. A monsters characteristics come from a culture's most deep-seated fears and fantasies

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    Rollo from Africa seemed to have hope… hope that someone would create a new government and rebuild society, and I Barry Merlyn think that I have what it takes to rebuild this world. First I had to make a leader out of myself so I killed as many “zombies”

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    Table of Contents 1. The Introduction 2. Prologue 3. How To Kill a Zombie 4. Weapons 5. Transportation 6. Housing 7. Food 8. Hunting 9. Survivors 10. Camoflauge 11. The End Introduction Hello, my name Crayton Carrozza. I am fourteen years old and I live in Austin, Texas. I go to school at Acton Academy, it is a business school, and it teaches you to develop the skills to become an entrepreneur and an independent learner. Our current project is writing a best selling book on advice. I

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    at the carnival had turned to zombies. So I turned around and started running to the club and then I remembered zombies hated sunlight but how could I get sunlight in midnight then I had an idea. “I rushed to the club and started getting the lights, I pulled them off the stage. I also got some mirrors so the light could reflect off the mirrors. The zombies were on there way and if the broke into the club they would kill me. So I got the lights and when the zombies came in I shined the lights

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    don’t leave this mall and remain calm. Thank you!” “I guess they missed the whole keep calm part,” Kez jokes as everyone except for our table turned into hysterics. “Oh this can’t be good, I think they are running outside!” “And like letting the Zombies inside?” Melanie asked looking quite confused as is. I think I’m going to see you guys later.” She murmurs, deep in thought I assume. “Wait! I’m coming too!” Kez tells her. Oh, sure, just leave me to die. “Yah, I think that’s a decent idea. Sorry

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    inside, hiding from the zombie. Soon after, she goes outside and a new character named Ben is introduced. He helps board up the entire house to hold out for the night. He routinely lit things on fire and threw them in front of the porch, keeping the zombies at bay. Ben tried asking Barbra questions but she was no help. She wouldn’t talk about anything or explain her story to Ben. After barring up the windows and doors they are safe for some time. Now the rest of the characters are introduced,

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    Jackson’s “Thriller: The Catchiest Zombie Movie.” Although “Thriller” is beloved as a classic 80’s pop music video, it manages a successful dive into the social and political issues that make zombie flicks so great. Pulling from a history of work on zombies, Michael Jackson packs so much history into such a concise package. Through using the texts of Amy Devitt and Kerry Dirk we are able to uncover Jackson’s experience and social commentary in “Thriller”. He simultaneously writes a hit song, revolutionizes

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    me to help. I'm usually quiet and keep to myself but i figured if anyone ever found out it'd be pretty impressive. That and i'd rather not have everyone i know turn into zombies. They all started talking at once, telling me about the training i needed, how to help others who were bitten, and what to use to help kill of the zombies. I could barely make any of it out. They led me over to a wall full of clothes, armor, and other things to protect myself with. It took a while but they eventually instructed

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    discusses if it is morally right to kill a zombie. Zombies are essentially brain dead and can no longer behave like a normal human. The argument of what to do with brain dead patients is highly debated. The brain is what allows a person to be a functioning human, without the brain all other organs are useless even if they are in perfect working condition. In order to survive a zombie apocalypse you are going to need to be willing to kill the zombies no matter whose face they

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    survive the zombie apocalypse, not survive for sure but have a probability of surviving. We have plans to survive a zombie apocalypse which is an Action Plan, Work Schedule, Sound Device that lures the zombies away, Sound Device that repels the zombies away, and Sound Device that hides us from the zombies. With all of those plans we need to come up with an idea of how we can use them together and see if we can survive by doing all those task works. 8/29 + 13/100 + 4/25 + 17/300 = 0.6225 = 62.25% This

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    determined. Zombies are reanimated corpse roaming aimlessly in search of a food source. Though a single zombie could be deadly, its slow and clumsy movement makes it easy to elude. That being said zombies are at their deadliest when grouped. A hoard of zombies is far heard to escape. As far as food sources, zombies enjoy the flesh of living human being, however they will devour and living mammal. Zombies are able to hear and also see, so they are attracted to sounds and movement. Now that the zombies’ behavior

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