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Listen Up: Don’t Be a Zombie (shh…in case you wanted to be, I’m saying no.)

Don’t be a zombie. Ummm…Okay. Seems simple enough.

Don’t be an android, non-person, a lifeless former person who feeds on humans. Don’t be an animated corpse brought back to life by mystical means, such as witchcraft. Don’t be the body of a dead person given the semblance of life, but is mute and will-less; controlled by a supernatural force for an evil purpose. Don’t be the walking dead. Don’t be a deceased human being who has partially returned to life due to indeterminable causes. Don’t be a snake god of voodoo cults in West Africa, Haiti, and the southern United States.

Don’t be how Investopdia describes zombies as:

“Companies that continue to operate even though they are insolvent or near bankruptcy. They become casualties to the high costs associated with certain operations, such as research and development. Most analysts expect zombie companies to be unable to meet their financial obligations. Because a zombie’s life expectancy tends to be highly unpredictable, zombie stocks are extremely risky and are not suitable for all investors.”

Yeah…don’t be that.

Don’t be a bank zombie. (see video if you don’t get. I kind of still don’t…)

Don’t be a zombie. Be prepared: The CDC can help.

Don’t be a zombie.

Don’t be a zombie as described by Pastor LeRoy Redding

Don’t be a zombie. (avoid them in this game)


The California Office of Traffic Safety has a great new series of web videos/commercials that looks highly effective in getting their point across.

Don’t be a person who seems to act without thinking and doesn’t notice what’s happening around them.

“Don’t be a zombie. It’s not worth it.”

Don’t be a texting zombie.

Don’t be a grubbin zombie.


Don’t be a party zombie.


Don’t be a day dreaming zombie.


Don’t be a glam zombie.



Okay, but if you really want to be a “zombie”… go to Berkley; they can teach you how to be one properly…(click here.)




About maggie.

Maggie Barnes is a nonprofit and for profit business content specialist / social media consultant; and social sciences web writer interested in everything from psychology and sexuality, to technology, race, and economics. She is passionate about good communication and information accessibility.

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