Yes, I know, this is to prevent the "newly dead humans" to return as zombies, but why is that a problem? Isn't it better to have a "second life", even as a zombie, than nothing? Or is it just to quench the thirst for blood and the pleasure to stab someone in the head with a knife?
Also, what I notice, is that zombies are not killing each other, so in a way, they are more civilized than "us".
December 30, 2014 (4 years ago)
Jesus H. Christ, humans don't kill zombies for thrills, S.! They kill zombies so they don't get eaten, or bitten and turned into zombies themselves! Being civilized has nothing to do with it. I'm sure there are some rednecks that would get their kicks out of using zombies for target practice(that's been used in at least one movie), but overall, they're seen as rabid dogs that spread fatal disease.
And zombies don't eat their own because they don't have a taste for rotting flesh. Who does?
by: Still Sarah
December 31, 2014 (4 years ago)
No, it's not "better" to have a second life as a zombie. You have no brain, it's rotted away, so you have no awareness that you are alive. So how can you possibly have a second life? In order to be alive, you have to be aware. Do you see what I mean? This is like being brain-dead in a hospital bed. You have a skull full of juice and a body that won't die.
February 18, 2016 (3 years ago)