Okay, well first off Sara and I changed our phone numbers, so if you don’t have my new one give me an email and I’ll give it to you.
Second off, I know I’m pretty late on this one, but Neil Patrick Harris came out last week. There must be a lot of upset ladies out there! I don’t know if you’re watching How I Met Your Mother or not, but the show is fantastic and NPH’s character Barney makes the show. If you don’t watch it you should really check it out.
So where to start? How about with this:
Tell me that is not a fantastic costume! I crack up every time I look at that. Even now I’m laughing! Oh man.
Now that the humor is out of the way, let’s get serious for a second…robots think people taste like bacon!!! This is the begining of the end for us folks. I like the comment below the article, “Well at least we don’t taste like chicken.” Sara pointed out that we’re too fat as a species to be anything so lean as chicken.
Speaking of eating the flesh of the living, it looks like I missed The Monroeville Mall World Record Attempt Zombie Walk in Pittsburgh. It’s billed as a world record attempt for “The Most People Participating in a Zombie Walk.” Basically you show up at the mall where they filmed the original Dawn of the Dead (one of my all time favs) in makeup and shuffle around for a few hours. Sara’s favorite part was the zombie food drive. “All zombies are urged to bring donations of non-perishable food items.” Like brains-in-a-can? Do zombies eat anything that is non-perishable? Also enjoyable is the advice to “Stay on the sidewalk unless crossing the street. When crossing, it’s OK to “break character” and cross quickly. Think fast “New Dawn of the Dead” zombies verses the slower “Old Dawn of the Dead” zombies when crossing the street.”
In other record-breaking zombie news, someone is attempting to break the world record for number of people reproducing the zombie dance from Michael Jackson’s Thriller video. 150 in case you were wondering. I guess the previous record of 3 people at our wedding reception isn’t going to hold. 😦
That is all.