Category Archives: Zombies
After all the horrendous things are accused of, writing shouldn’t be one of them, right? Sure, their constant craving for human flesh can be a huge buzzkill, and when gathering in vast numbers their collective groan is far from a choir of perfection.
But what they lack in basic communication, cleanliness and manners, they make up for by not writing. Why would they even attempt writing when there’s a smorgasbord of tasty human snacks to tuck into?
Setting aside the issue of human flesh addiction for a moment, I think I know why zombies don’t write.
For those of you who are worried about the impending doom of the zombie apocalypse, I have big news for you. It’s not the zombies you need to worry about, but the morons. Every day I see them massing on the streets, staring blankly at nothing at all, shuffling into on coming traffic and performing acts of such breathtaking stupidity they make zombies look like over achieving Mensa brainiacs!
And today has been no exception, dear blog reader, as I shall demonstrate.
Most of us have a moral compass we use to guide us through every day events and to navigate life’s path. Our compass is seldom taken out and examined until we’re faced with a new or tough decision. It’s part of who we are, embedded like our senses and, for the most part, we take it for granted. Is it possible to have no morals whatsoever? Or are they based on how a person views the world around them? And whilst many would consider themselves morally well centred, can a person change their morals (or have them changed) in stressful and chaotic situations?