Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Longwoodians Paint the Rock at ZU!

Hello avid readers!

It has been quite some time since the last post. Even though it's not Sunday, I figured I would give everyone an update. Things have been quite busy here in Longwood. Many students went back to their homes outside of Longwood, as long as they had been already infected.

So, we're all back in Longwood for the coming school year. To raise awareness of our cause, some of us decided to paint the Rock at ZU. Painting the Rock is a tradition started long ago at Longwood University. It has been carried on even though we have been infected. The key to painting the Rock, is that it must be guarded for 24 hours prior to painting. It's quite a fascinating history, but I don't have the time to explain. We just finished painting the Rock, and it was a tiring experience. I understand that some of the time guarding the Rock was documented by the film crew. Apparently it is all at www.undeadseriously.com.

In other news, the school has decided to renovate our dorm. Unfortunately, they still haven't finished. I'm hoping once it's all done, our rooms will be nicer.

Anyway, I'm a bit tired. Classes begin tomorrow, and I need to get some sleep.

Good night,

Sunday, June 28, 2009

I am outraged!

Dr. Todd Bennett, M.D., here. I've recently been informed that some of the documentary footage has been lost! If you want something done right, you've got to do it yourself, right?

Anyway, I'll be personally searching for this lost footage, and I will find the culprit responsible for this egregious act. Until that time, you will have to survive without some of the footage as I continue to ensure the releases of subsequent episodes.

-T.B., M.D.

Sunday, June 14, 2009

My First Post

Hello World!

So, Kamoa told me about this blog, and although he was not so excited about it, I am very delighted about this great opportunity to tell our story! I've been trying to find something great to write for my first post. Here it goes.

I'm sure you've already read the short bios that we submitted to the documentary crew, so you know a bit about me. We here at Longwood University, or as we like to call it, Zombie University, have suffered a lot of hardships. But we've worked through our troubles. We're really just normal people, who just happen to be zombies. We lead-

Oh, got to go. Battlestar Galactica is on!

Paul Fortynbras

Monday, June 8, 2009


I've been forced by Dr. Bennett to keep my end of the bargain and do another post. Bam! Done.

Catch you on le flip side,
Ka-mo'a Money

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

This is Dr. Todd Bennett, MD.
I recently started a program in which students of Longwood university could participate in paid science research studies conducted by yours truly. Kamoa was supposed to post twice on the blog, on two separate Sundays, in order to see how many people were interested in Longwood's situation.

He followed 0 of the instructions. I don't think I got my money's worth. It would be nice to have some help - not that I don't have the situation under control here. Even non-medical professionals know that there are only 24 hours in a day...

-T.B., M.D.

Friday, May 29, 2009


So, it's not really Sunday morning, but Bennett paid me to post something on the blog. I guess I'm done.

Catch you on le flip side,
Ka-mo'a Money