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Zombie March in Pictures

I apologize once again most profusely, dear Zombie Rights enthusiasts, but it’s been one of those weeks from hell, at least as regards doing stuff for the ZRC site.

In the process of moving, a computer has died and gone to the technology graveyard, and I somehow put the cables to almost every device in different boxes than the devices themselves. Luckily, I didn’t need that computer (except to run a printer on the network) and I have gotten the devices more or less matched up with their lifelines again.

So: Zombie March pictures. First, to see the whole set you can go here.

Here are a few highlights for the blogging audience though.

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Here you can see our technical director in her pink Lurch shirt alongside a couple of our friends from Bloomington, who we met up with in Milennium park on the rainy, gray day of the March. They were most enthusiastic to help out with our activism.

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Here we have more Zombie protestors and you can see our (in)famous “George Romero: War Criminal” sign, which we save for special occasions when we’re feeling less conciliatory.

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This is the obligatory “Yes they really were on location” shot, with the Art Institute of Chicago in the background. Local color!

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In this picture you can see Zombies doing their civic duty to temporarily man a Visitor’s booth at the park.

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Finally I’ll leave you all with this image of Zombies marching proudly off into the dwindling twilight, having done a hard day’s work agitating for civil rights for the Differently Animated.

Good job all, Living and Unliving alike.


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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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