“Yes, it’s Fluxx… with Zombies! The newest Fluxx features a new type of card: The Creeper. It’s like a Keeper you don’t want but must play anyway, and it usually stops you from winning. The good news is, Zombie Fluxx also includes a bunch of Keepers you can use as weapons against the Zombie-Creepers, including the Shotgun, the Chainsaw, and the Can of Gasoline. Plus you’ve got Sandwiches and Coffee and a couple of Friends to help you win. The bad news is, if your Friends become Zombies, you’ll have to destroy them. Welcome to the dark side of Fluxx!”
And, here’s Andy Looney himself, doing an introduction of Zombie Fluxx:
“The feline, which has a purple collar, gets onto the busy Walsall to Wolverhampton bus at the same stop most mornings – he then jumps off at the next stop 400m down the road, near a fish and chip shop.”
Which, you know, I find it incredibly heartening that we’re training up our army of cats to help us take on the evil mollusks when those squishy things finally decide to start taking over.
But, I have to question the wisdom of selecting cats for our defensive army against the evil mollusks. I mean, cats aren’t exactly in it for our best interests, after all. If you’ve ever lived with a cat, you’ll know what I mean. Still, I’d rather be treated indifferently by a cat than be even in the same room as an octopus.
Then, again, maybe it’sthebiologicalwarfare being waged by the cat against us that we should all really be worried about, and I’m under the mind-altering influence of the cats already?
A GIANT owl that devours foxes and small deer is terrorising shoppers and drinkers in a town centre.
It launches itself off high roofs and swoops on passers-by with talons outstretched.
Late-night shoppers and revellers even take taxis to avoid falling â€œpreyâ€ to the eagle owl, which has a 5ft wingspan.
OMG. This could only get worse if that owl gets its talons on somedynamite. Good thing I’m on the same side as the dynamiting owls and rabid attack lobsters … until their “sudden but inevitable, betrayal” …
I can’t quite understand why so much attention is being paid to the Democratic takeover. It’s the squirrels, I tell you! The squirrels are not what they seem.
This could be the sign they have finally decided to take control away from us and consign the human race to the trash bin of evolutionary history. Have the squirrels, and evil octopus overlords, finally decided to act? All this talk of corruption, but not enough attention has been given to the conspiracy, the evil alliance of squirrel, goat and, the alien intelligence behind it all, octopus!
It was only a matter of time.
And, now there’s new crimes revealed. Squirrels have been killing off song birds in the UK for years, and only now does it come to light? Where’s the oversight? Why have people failed to keep an eye on this kind of rampant corruption of all that is right and beautiful?
… but you should. Beware the squirrels. I mean it this time.
“The findings, published recently in the journal Animal Behavior, present some of the most detailed information to date on squirrel vocalizations, which the researchers now believe constitute a complex language that is unique to the animals.”
In an act straight out of “Invasion of the Bodysnatchers,” a marine microbe has been caught red-handed merging with green algae on a Japanese beach.
By engulfing a single cell of algae, the single-celled Hatena microbe is able to remake itself from a sleek, colorless predator into a fat, verdant sunbather.
The strange switcheroo resembles a pivotal evolutionary step in which early, single-celled organisms took in and eventually formed permanent, long-term relationships with what are today the green, solar-energy-capturing chloroplasts in modern plant cells.