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A Grave Situation 

Wednesday, Dec 16 2009
Christmas is a time for holiday specials: I Walked with a Zombie, Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead, Zombie, Braindead, Wild Zero. What, you think zombies don’t celebrate Christmas? They have holiday traditions, too, like eating people, and a special holiday meal: people. Pirate Cat Radio caters to the undead with Zombie X-Mas Day, an almost perfectly ironic event that celebrates the exact opposite of goodwill toward men — the eating of men, including those FCC men who forced Pirate Cat off the air last month (though it is still very alive on the Web) — with a whole day devoted to screening the above films.
Fri., Dec. 25, noon, 2009

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