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Control Zombies Suck Brains from Living Skulls

Control Zombies Suck Brains from Living Skulls

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by William Haloupek
     
 

It would all be over soon, as I was the last of my kind. The only hope for humanity was that zombie scientists would someday clone humans and raise them as livestock.

The evil zombie bastards had young, voluptuous Nell tied to the railroad tracks, as usual. Her little black dress was ripped to shreds, but her long, blonde hair was perfect. I ran as far and as

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It would all be over soon, as I was the last of my kind. The only hope for humanity was that zombie scientists would someday clone humans and raise them as livestock.

The evil zombie bastards had young, voluptuous Nell tied to the railroad tracks, as usual. Her little black dress was ripped to shreds, but her long, blonde hair was perfect. I ran as far and as fast as I could. In the middle of what could have been Utah, I decided to run down the center stripe of a deserted highway, hysterically yelling ZOMBIES!!!!

Blood-crazed zombies were closing in on me from all sides. That meant I had those zombies right where I wanted them. It was time to begin ... the unholy experiment.

First, I separated the zombies into two groups. Those who had been through the maze before were in the experimental group. The rest, who were new to the maze, formed the control group. The study investigated whether zombies could learn mazes. I had the control zombies remove their shirts, so it was shirts versus skins.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940033076949
Publisher:
William Haloupek
Publication date:
02/22/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
334,241
File size:
136 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

William Haloupek Mathematician -- PhD 1992 University of Wisconsin-Madison Astronomy is my hobby. Kind of an obsession at times! Not so much about where to point my telescope, but more learning about exotic places. I started out in Topology and Analysis at Texas Tech, then went to Wisconsin and switched to Applied Math. Started working on a PhD thesis in General Relativity, then changed to Dynamical Systems, and ended up with a PhD in Differentiability Theory. Studied a lot of Classical Physics. I also worked as a radar engineer in the missile defense industry for 10 years. This gave me an appreciation of the "real world." Other hobbies: genealogy, coin collecting, science fiction, philosophy, hiking.

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Control Zombies Suck Brains from Living Skulls 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Caps lock is my friend. Yolo.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
No, jist no.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have no clue what i just read. I am gonna say this was written by a young child with good spelling and grammer
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love books like these