Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Eco Zombie

I'm really not that "green" but sometimes you just have to speak up:

http://shocklinesforum.yuku.com/topic/3187

And I do believe that anyone who reads my prose would be able to figure out pretty quickly that I'm not enthralled by modern, American culture. My stories are full of people (and zombies) who look at a world of unfettered capitalism and unrepentant individualism and shrug at it as some oddity or monstrosity. So as I go forth to preach the Gospel of Sts. Romero and Augustine, I think I often come back to the evils of the City of Man, of which I see many in our contemporary world.

6 Comments:

Blogger Gary D Macabre said...

I'm not as green as I could be but am greener than the average Joe. Sadly politics has overstepped sincere environmental concerns and sensibilities. Thus practical sustainable long term solutions will never effectively be implemented. A utopian future is only going to be possible following a cataclysmic dystopian end to humanity I'm affraid.

11:26 AM  
Blogger A.P. Fuchs said...

You've been reading Revelation, haven't you, Gary? :)

3:55 PM  
Blogger KPaffenroth said...

Ironically, I don't read traditional, Biblical apocalyptic, but I do think they were on the right track, with being fed up with this human world, and realizing that only a complete undoing and re-creation by God will ever really change any of the bad habits we've gotten ourselves into.

3:58 PM  
Blogger Michele Lee said...

Regardless of your stand on global warming conserving and "being green" makes sense on a financial level.

7:39 PM  
Blogger Gary D Macabre said...

Revelation, great bedtime read made even better if you take it literally. Keep your eyes to the skies and beware the astronomer named Wormwood.

12:24 PM  
Blogger Allen said...

Wouldn't a global ice age be great for our zombie brethren?

Has anybody done that yet?

3:54 PM  

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