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Zombie Apocalypse – It’s Real

Every once in a while, you have to wonder if life imitates art, or vice versa. 

I love “The Walking Dead.” It’s arguably one of the best written shows on television today. I’m generally not a fan of the zombie genre, but I like the idea of a zombie apocalypse as the event that precipitates the breakdown of society. The show is really about such a collapse – the collapse of government structures designed to protect the citizens, and the resulting anarchy. 

Until recently, I thought of a zombie apocalypse itself as simple fiction. But now…

You want a zombie apocalypse? Because this is how you get a zombie apocalypse!

Officers with the Myrtle Beach Street Crimes Unit were conducting an undercover prostitution operation in Myrtle Beach Wednesday, according to police reports.

Offenders were contacted by undercover officers, got into undercover vehicles and agreed to sexual activity for prices ranging from $20 to $200, the reports said.

This woman was ostensibly one such prostutite. 

Oh. Dear. God. 

I hope she charged on the low end of the scale for any type of “services” she provided. 

Would you pay money to do the nasty with this creature? Without fear that she would nom on your giblets during or in the aftermath of coitus?

There are men who apparently did. 

I can’t help but wonder how desperate or strung out on enormous amounts of the good shit one has to be to stick ANY body part into her! And if procreation happened (I can’t imagine she’s cautious about protection), would the offspring be the start of the zombie apocalypse that takes down society as we know it?

Unsurprisingly, the charges against her included drugs. 

And those of us who wonder how a complete breakdown society could happen in a zombie apocalypse, have to wonder if this is the start. 

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51 responses

  1. Damn, that is one scary-looking prostitute. I’d eye her with suspicion if I saw her out in public.

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    1. “eye her with suspicion…” ISWYDT! LOL

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      1. I’ll be honest, I had to google ISWYDT. šŸ˜„

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  2. You just had to show me that before lunch, didn’t you? Thanks a fucking lot, Nicki. šŸ™‚

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    1. I share the misery. I’m here to help.

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      1. I… shuddered. Then felt sorry for her.

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        1. You’re one to talk.

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        2. Same here. I imagined her with clean, combed hair, unblemished face, with a smile, then felt sadness at what mistaken paths lead to this, what tortured rational it takes to survive her life, how unlikely it is she will find the path out alone.

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      2. By the way, Nicki, ‘Kem’ there is rather obviously Yamamanama, aka Andrew P. Marston, Stalker of Conservative Women extraordinaire. The last time he posted that photo of me that I put up years ago, he was deriding my appearance, as he is very obviously doing now.

        Kind of creepy how he keeps pictures of the women he doesn’t like.

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        1. Oh yeah, rather notably, he is still stalking me and has been, since 2009.

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        2. He’s an unhinged douchebag. I hadn’t heard from him in a while. Figured he was doped up again or dead. No such luck, eh?

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        3. No, keyboard-yelling is about the only thing he really has the ‘courage’ to do. Anything that might actually endanger him? Not so much.

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        4. You know what, you are attractive and he is “trying” to deride your appearance which reminds me of that boy back in school who pulled the ponytail of a girl he liked to get her attention. Sad to say, I think this Kem is flirting with you.

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        5. That’s Clamps, Woelf. He who thinks he writes better than Larry Correia and several other published authors, and thinks all writers who have conservative politics are shitty, and that Asians, and women like me shouldn’t have conservative values or politics or be pro-Israel.

          We got the impression a long time ago that he felt that my Asianness should’ve bowed down to his white-male superiority and how dare I not have the same politics and opinions as he does? Ever since he found that out he’s been trying to get people to attack me online (if he knew where I lived, I wouldn’t be surprised if he tried RL, coz he’s a soc-jus-zealot) by only posting things like my very old art and first attempts at things, or old writing.

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        6. Yep, that ticks the bigot box. And the obsessive stalker box. The law is very strict this side of the world with behaviour like his. Online stalking and abuse is a huge no-go zone.

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        7. Ah, but I’m not an American citizen, thus not protected by your laws. *sad smile*

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        8. I’m not American. I live in New Zealand.

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        9. Point taken my apologies.

          I’m in Australia; but he’s in the US, thus not covered by Australian or New Zealand laws. At least, I don’t think so.

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        10. He might not be but you are. Him living in another country does not protect him.

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        11. Australians have the ability to prosecute Americans for e-harassment and stalking? o_o

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        12. I don’t know the details but I’ll check. It’s not Australia that does the prosecution, though. I’m at work but will read up on it a bit. It’s been a while since I paid it any attention. All I know is they’ve started to implement measures to reach beyond borders in cooperation with other jurisdictions.

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        13. It may be it’ll depend on what he does. Being an annoying asshole in public might not count as ‘e-stalking and e-harassment.’ But yeah, it’s been 7 years now I’ve had to endure this, and I don’t have the funds to pursue it on a legal level.

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        14. That’s pretty serious. I’ve just downloaded some stuff to read tonight focussing specifically on this subject. It would be good to update my old knowledge base. lol

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        15. email it to me? shadowdancer dot duskstar at affsdiary dot com

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        16. If I understand correctly, he’s not even supposed to be online. Unless it’s ended, he was given an injunction to stop using the internet entirely a couple of years ago. He has caretakers who apparently aren’t able to keep him completely straight.

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        17. I don’t know much about him. For some reason beyond my understanding he’s been allowed to get away with a lot.

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        18. Oh, and pleased to meet you, neighbour!

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  3. Please! Hot tea! Good thing I swallowed first!

    Holy crap! Oh, I could do some nasty jokes here, but that has to be the saddest thing I have ever seen – EVER.

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  4. There’s no way anyone could even consider talking to that hideous looking hooker without some really good mind altering drugs and about a month’s worth of the output of the Maker’s Mark distillery,washed down with a simlar amount of good high alcohol content craft beer.
    I don’t think it’s possible to consume enough alcohol to voluntarily do the nasty with that thing.

    I’m wide awake now-after a 14 hour day yesterday,followed by plowing snow/salting parking lots all night,I just got up at 3pm.
    Looking at hideous hooker did more to wake me up than the 3 cups of coffeee I had.
    At least I didn’t eat first.

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  5. Damn, she climbed to the top of the ugly tree, fell and hit every branch on the way down.

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    1. I’m thinking she’d be feasting on some guy’s intestines.

      Who the hell looks at that and says, “hey, she’s hot enough to pay for a poke!”

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      1. As a friend used to say, “If she looks that bad on the outside, just imagine what she’s like on the inside.”

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      2. Nicki, even IDC SARC wouldn’t hit that !!!

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  6. I see a meth user at least. Possibly HIV/Full AIDS, due to those mysterious sores. I see…dead people.

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  7. Maybe you got it backwards. Maybe that’s how much SHE pays YOU.

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  8. Damn my soft soul. I actually feel sorry for her. As the comments filtered through during the course of the day, they kept dragging my mind to this woman and I started wondering about the choices she made that brought her to this point. Suddenly it wasn’t funny anymore. I just feel pity.

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    1. Yeah. That’s what I felt. I wondered what cost her her eye. I wondered what got her to that point, realised that she was very likely hooked on hard drugs that would make it incredibly difficult to get out of that life.

      I tried imagining her with clean hair, a bright smile, a face full of life and felt so incredibly sad.

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      1. I think what got me is how easy it is to feel stuck and lose hope.

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        1. It is easy. But after the initial recoil because, sadly she DOES look like a zombie (at first I thought it was rather impressive cosplay) I thought that is a face of a person of someone who had a very hard life.

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        2. I know. I thought so too. Damn.

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  9. Run away! Run away!

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  10. Typical meth user. Seen hundreds when I worked for the police as a fingerprint technician, and that was 26 years ago.

    Seems the zombie apocalypse is a glacially slow apocalypse. These zombies are obviously not the running kind.

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    1. Your own people aren’t any better.

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      1. Ooh, look, Clamps put up a picture of someone who has had a hard life due to a very serious disease. Isn’t he special?

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        1. Christopher M. Chupik

          Notice he doesn’t post pics of himself.

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        2. Probably because his lard-ridden bulk won’t fit into a screen, and his Cheeto-stained fingers aren’t nimble enough to post said photo.

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  11. Not even with someone else’s equipment.

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  12. Two things. This Kem person seems to be a pig. And although I have never considered the wares of a prostitute, my first thought was not revulsion at this woman, but rather revulsion at the sting operation being run by the police on prostitutes. I have a sort of funny idea about freedom and all. And how the police need to keep their noses out of peoples business.

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