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http://zombieradioshow.com At Zombie Radio Show, we create an immersive reality of a zombie infestation in New York City. Rather than assume that society crumbles in weeks, we watch as society hangs on for a few years, trying to deal in a civilized way with brain-eating madness. Our hero is Jimmy Rudolph, a jazz DJ, who uses all his powers to rationalize his increasing irrelevence away. We think there may be some interesting ideas here for Lost Zombies to explore, and we're happy to adapt them. Check it out...
The scream of tires, a silent beat, and then the unmistakeable sound of two cars colliding, metal folding and twisting. Officer Kopalski winced involuntarily before the training kicked in. He keyed his shoulder mike. Please let there be an officer on scene. "TC 59-3 reporting a collision, heard... about a block east. Please advise, over."
He released the transmit button, and furiously waved the uptown traffic on. It was hot underneath his protective gear. The white gloves…Continue
"They're no big deal."
"They're slow. Just keep your pace up."
"Look, dude, I'm a junior this year. I got a girlfriend. I'm gonna need the room sometimes."
"So what do you do if they catch you?"
"You don't let them catch you. It's very simple. One of them comes towards you, walk away. They're slow, like I keep saying."
"Yeah, but if they catch you while you're not looking..."
"(sigh) You don't let them catch you. Look,…Continue
Ask anyone. They call me "The Hammer." Because I negotiate aggressively.
I been in labor management for thirty years. When things get tight financially, the city always talks about laying off workers to meet their budgets. Fuckin' asshole politicians goin' around, promising whatever the fuck to get elected. Since the '80s, it's been tax cuts, right? So they cut the taxes, then just turn it on the city employees who do all the work, and say, "Sorry, we can't afford it no more." But we…Continue
I'm a subway train engineer on the R line. Been on the R since it was the RR, and that's thirty years now. I was in my two year countdown towards retirement when the zombies started popping up. Now I'll never retire. They'll have to pull the lever from my death-stiff fingers to get me out of this cab.
It's not the pension I lost. Now that the city is broke dealing with the Z's, and we ain't getting any help from FEMA since DC got overrun, all of us city employees have been well and…Continue