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Zombies Doing Good, Media Doing Bad, Dublin Edition

Last Saturday it appears that a major Zombie Walk to benefit the RNLI (a lifeboat charity, believe it or not) and the Irish Cancer Society was held in Dublin, but unfortunately once again the biased media has to get their licks in even when Zombies are out there doing good:

Gallery: Zombies attack buses in Dublin…all in the name of charity

IT’S ESTIMATED THAT thousands of zombies took to the streets of Dublin today, lurching around and terrifying the general public.

The terror was not in vain though, the Dublin Zombie Walk 2011 raised money for both the RNLI and the Irish Cancer Society.

‘terror’? It looks like a good time was had by all, for two worthy causes no less, to me. Oh, I see, it’s just terrifying if the Differently Animated do anything in public, where ‘normal’ Living people have to see them, is that it?


Meanwhile, there are many wonderful pictures sans hateful commentary over at that you can enjoy.

(Below find just a couple pictures, which I hope they won’t mind in the spirit of journalistic commentary, attributed Fair Use and besides, they watermarked them.)

A happy crowd scene.
(click to enlarge)

Good show, Irish Zombies, good show.

Particularly wonderful about this event? The local community responded with open arms!

I loved the response from the people who run The Cliff, a hotel/restaurant on St Stephen’s Green. They called out “come in!” and beckoned the horde of zombies into their establishment.

What a great scene.

Truly this news made my day.

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The role of 'Administrator' will be played tonight by John Sears, currently serving as President of The Zombie Rights Campaign.


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