Kelly Clarkson? Shag.
Natalie Portman? …shag.
Ellen Paige? Shag… then marry. Repeat infinitum.
I’m really looking forward to heading into the studio with my band Set Your Sights to record our debut EP. I’m also very much looking forward to my Christmas holiday in Florida. Daddy misses his Norah Bean muchly. :-)
Officially? I believe William Keel said there were about 400 billion of them, despite conceding that he could well be wrong.
Realistically? I think that’s like asking how many grains of sand there are. That number is truly infinite. Interesting question, though. :-)
I think there’s a difference between the definition of zombie and infected being. The beings that we see in games like Left 4 Dead and films like 28 Days Later aren’t zombies. They are human beings infected with a nasty virus causing them to go into an frantic, murderous rage. They are not dead… yet.
Zombies are literally the living dead. They are slow but powerful creatures with an insatiable hunger for brains and human flesh. They are sometimes intelligent (as seen in George A. Romero’s Land Of The Dead) but most of the time, they are one-dimensional beings (a la early Resident Evil).
That said, I prefer the Infected (Left 4 Dead). Much more deadly (speed is everything, it seems) and a bit more multi-dimensional, especially when they mutate into something that is terrifyingly unique (ie: the Witch, Boomer, Spitter et al). It’s a refreshing change of pace and a bit more believable, considering the virus they are all infected with was of human design. ;-)
Good grief… that’s an awesome question, inasmuch as it is a double-edged sword.
I’m not sure what I’d do, to be honest. Looking at it rationally, I run the risk of leading this person on accepting such a gift. I also run the risk of offending them if I refuse to accept it, albeit politely.
Tricky situation, though. What I do know is that I’d be in for quite a tense conversation the moment the gift is presented to me by that person.
Is this what you’re on about (http://bit.ly/sW2yYH)? If so… no.
Just peachy. :-) Thanks for asking. ;-)
I don’t like them. I LOVE them. I think they are the best amusement park thrill ride ever invented, even when you’re not riding them. The physics and various other elements of science used when creating one is incredibly interesting.
And the best roller-coaster I’ve ever been on? It’s a tie between Montu (Busch Gardens, Tampa) & The Incredible Hulk (Islands of Adventure, Universal Orlando)