SW10/HCC: Superhuman World 2011: Zombies vs. Vice-President Corrigan!
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Mon Feb 14 13:16:10 PST 2011
On Feb 13, 8:18 pm, Scott Eiler <sei... at eilertech.com> wrote:
> The Vice-President's plane, Air Force Two, was a C-130 cargo plane as usual. If
> it was good enough for paratroopers, it was good enough for Crusher Joe Corrigan.
Woo! *wild applause*
> "They want protein, but don't we all? And they like scrapple, maybe 'cause it's
> got hog brains in it. But what they really *need* is salt."
> "Why's that?"
> "Hell if I know. Maybe it helps preserve 'em. But if we give 'em salt, they
> can live on anything else they can find. They ate all their trees. Started
> eating ours. At first we stopped them, 'cause we need our trees for firewood.
> But then *we* needed food, and trees started looking good. Some of our old
> people got bit by zombies, just so they could eat the trees too."
Innnnnnteresting. A bit of outright weirdness that makes sense
without having any reason why it should make sense.
> "Our zombies have the right to go anywhere they want! If zombie curses can
> actually happen, they're a new natural part of life! Its victims have as much
> right to go anywhere as anyone else does!"
...don't quite get the logic there, but...
> "Whatever. Courts. You know that. Law now."
...this is a great response. XD
> Corrigan looked around at the other soldiers. Each had lieutenants in command.
> Each saw Crusher Joe Corrigan, the famous professional wrestler and their
> Vice-President, humiliate their captain. All stood down.
*Excellent* fight scene.
> ... No, the papers didn't mention the zombie secret. The best scientists in the
> U.S. government had somehow *not figured out*, the zombies could eat cellulose.
> If zombies could do that, maybe normal people could figure out how to do that too.
> Vice-President Joseph "Crusher Joe" Corrigan had *said* he was on a fact-finding
> mission when he came out to smash things. Instead he found facts that might
> help save his nation's people.
And bringing it all together. Well-done. (Though both this and the
paragraph it references are worded a little... awkwardly.)
Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, the meaning still comes through,
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