I learned something today, once a limb is detached from zombie, the decomposition is severely accelerated. Zombie's severed leg at the hands of the carnies had to be dealt with immediately.
So what am I going to do? I have very limited options... There's a huge dog just kiddie-corner off my back yard. I could go back there pretending to work on the yard and nonchalantly toss zombie's leg over the fence. Hell, the mutt would probably enjoy it, maybe stop barking at me every time I get zombie out - but the owner would probably call the cops once discovered. Here we go with questions about body parts again...
I could bury it, but where? No matter where, there's a good chance some Forensic File show would be on hand to rush some sample to a DNA lab. You can't even fart at a crime scene these days without leaving trace evidence behind. Again, the questions.
So in between fielding calls on my cell about my wife's car, I get an email from Fred (one of the guys that replied to the last post and took advantage of the three shovel whacks for a fin-ski) saying that he has a freezer I should look at.
Get this, he trades it for three baseball bat swings and a kick. Plus, he's got a truck. "Well OK" I said, "let's ink this deal."
It took a little while for it to get cold but after that it was dark enough anyway to get zombie out of the trunk for that ever so funny ass beating. Mostly, I bring zombie out at night. Don't need the neighbors sticking their noses into my business, you know?
Anyway, Fred saves his kick for later, which was cool with me. I'll probably give him a few free kicks anyway. And all's well that ends well, I always say. I just tossed the leg in before zombie and closed the lid. No questions. The really cool thing was that this freezer already had a padlock on it.
Oh yeah, doing some research for a good camera for around $80 bucks and will pick one out very soon. Hoping to have pics posted this weekend. It's going to be nice out.