I was just thinking about the fact that some of the zombie films out have some scientist type trying to domesticate in not 'cure' the infected. My question here is: Why do they feel the need to try and make them into slaves? Wouldn't it be better just to eradicate the lot of them? And then
try do something else that might help? The reason why I bring this subject up is because I want to know how you guys feel about this, and if you had found out that, given your situation, they had been doing this, what would you do about it? If you are on the fence, just think about pros and cons of this. If you are pro-zombie domestication, why? And if you are against it, what is your logical reasoning?
I thought about this question while watching Resident Evil: Extinction. And I wondered about it for a while until I concluded that there would not be too many practical uses for them. Aside from maybe space missions and mining hazardous caves and what-have-you... I just can't seem to think of more reasons. What do you guys think?
Also, I wanted to talk about how you guys would feel about activists that, if the zombies were to attain some kind of job title, might try and liberate them. You know those people that are all freaked over their lives, and then when they are in their little bubbles of safety they want to try and help and shit. I'm talking about the guy who takes the credit for killing the zed that just-so-happened to trip and fall on a spike.Yeah, that guy. And now he wants to give the zeds rights? The reason why I bring this up too is because I've read some stories that had this theme play out. They were great shorts, but that didn't seem to fit well with the ZOMBIE theme. Digg?
If you're following this, great. If it doesn't make sense, let me know.