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What? Total double take. It actually read "For Sale: 55 Acres" and then "No zoning allowed."
I started to wonder about the potential meaning of the sign if it did say "no zombies." Did it mean that the sellers wouldn't sell to zombies, even if they were upstanding citizens with decent credit?
Did it mean that there was a zombie proof fence encircling the fifty-five acres? On the outside ravenous zombies stretched down the length of the fence, while the inside was pristine and zombie-free? How would anyone keep zombies out of the fifty-five acres?
And, if we discriminate against zombies, can Wyoming really be called "The Equality State?"
In any case, it gave me a chuckle. Then, later that evening, I was perusing posts and status updates on Facebook and misread a post on beading to be about beheadings. I gave up and went to bed.
Here's a couple of links to some blog posts and articles I've found interesting. Have a great rest of your week!
* The Best Days of My Life by Hugh Howey on Indie Reader. (I just enjoyed the sentiments.)
* Weird Finding Suggest We Live in a Saddle-shaped Universe on NBC News. (This interests me because there are Multiverses in another one of my works in progress, The Age of Stars.)
* The Most Astounding Fact. Ever from Upworthy (Around 3min10sec it shows the neural-like network that all the billions of galaxies form. I love that.)
What kinds of things inspired you this last month?