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Opening Night Of The Living Dead

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During a recent performance of The Nutcracker at the Alexandria Civic Opera House, the prima ballerina was so intent on her big solo she did not notice when the corps de ballet turned into the corpse de ballet.

Her next number will be: the Dance of the Dying Swan.

Have you recently experienced culture?Β  How about zombies?

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R-A-M-B-L-I-N-G-S, Ram...Blin!

28 thoughts on “Opening Night Of The Living Dead

                1. The nostalgia was the big hook for a geezer like me. I remember seeing the first one in a thee-a-tor, on the big screen and everything. We were blown away by the special effects.

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  1. Brilliant! You’re capitalizing on people’s short attention span during the holidays.

    I recently experienced culture. The Dance of the Petri Dish left me underwhelmed and I spent a week scurrying to rid myself of the resulting UTI. πŸ™‚

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  2. I have thought about meeting zombies, what I would do, how I would escape. But I haven’t had to put that plan into action….yet. The culture thing – I had a throat culture done last week, thought I had strep – does that count. Not much culture to be had in our neck of the woods, unfortunately.

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      1. Not unless they are fast moving zombies like in 28 days. Those are scary. I mean, don’t get me wrong, all zombies are scary, but fast-movers are definitely the scariest.

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  3. I watched the “Saturday Night Live Christmas Special” I had recorded because I was asleep, or on drugs, or asleep on drugs when it aired. Does that count? And like Elyse, I’m feeling pretty much like a zombie.

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  4. Is Phantom of the Opera considered culture? I saw that when I was in college, in (revealing that I’m old, now) ’98. Ah, the 90s; back when I had hope… As for zombies, I can’t tell the difference, anymore!

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