Wednesday, October 19, 2005

PITTSBURGH VULNERABLE TO ATTACK BY UNDEAD?



This just in: The Onion reports this morning on a new study that reveals Pittsburgh as apparently woefully unprepared for a full-scale zombie attack. Neither George A. Romero, Danny Boyle, Edgar Wright nor Zach Snyder, all considered experts in the field, could be reached for comment.

4 comments:

blaaagh said...

That is so awesome. My co-workers are worried about me, hearing all the mad laughter from my cubicle.

Dennis Cozzalio said...

Heh-heh! I knew you'd love this. By the way, you're looking pretty good, representation-wise, as I cull through all the Professor Wagstaff answers. I was up till 3:00 last night and made it about halfway through. Another case of Red Bull, and the jittery results should be on-line tomorrow! They're coming to get you, Barbara!

blaaagh said...

Oh-ho! That Prof. Wagstaff quiz seems so long ago, it'll be fun to see the round-up of responses. I thought you were gonna get some sleep! Oh well, all the better for your faithful readers, I guess. As for The Onion, ever since they opened a San Francisco office, I seem to find it everywhere, which is a blessing since it's so hilarious. I always wish there were more in each issue.

Thom McGregor said...

Poor Pittsburgh. I visited there once, and it wasn't so bad. Didn't meet a single obvious zombie.