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Bob - The Zombie Who Ate HeartsBob is a common name among the zombie folk. Of course, you still have plenty of Johns, an occasional Oliver and even Pedro. But Bob is not just a zombie name, it is also like a sign of status in the brain-eating community. Or lack of it. A zombie named Bob is most likely an unlucky victim of grave-robbery committed by the living folk, and this means that the zombie cannot return to his grave for daytime hibernation as it has been ruined. A former Betty thus becomes a wanderer named Bob.I know you will find it funny that names matter to them, but zombies have been witnessed to verbally communicate among themselves, however seldom that may be, in a comprehensive manner. It is thought that this is thanks to a sufficient supply of brains. However, the real reason for their unquenchable hunger for brains is still a topic of debate among some obscure anthropologists and Fox Mulder.This is where Bob comes in. The one with a faded grey, moth-bitted suit.He doesn't look too bad for a zombie.
Epitome of FreedomWe all want peaceBut peace without war is a dreamAnd dreams are made to forget.O, steady man, woman and childDo not die for freedomLive for freedomAnd never let them know.We all want unityBut unity is division in disguise.O, steady man, woman and childBe same and be differentAnd never let them know.We all want justiceBut law is made by manWho doesWhat pleaseth himAnd calls it holyAnd makes it law.O, steady man, woman and childBe good and wickedAnd never let them know.We all want to haveAnd give and receiveBut only the steady man, woman and childTakes and returnsTakes and returns.And never let's them know.We all want to be strongBut only by being weakShall we know what differs.O, steady man, woman and childBe strong and be weakAnd never let them know.For we all want loveBut knowing notWhat it isWe are blindAnd grow sad.O, steady man, woman and childLove and hateIn peace and in warIn unity and notIn good and in evilIn pleasure and in painBe ric
Chapter 2 - Seven Guides"Next stop December 24rd, 2011, Tokyo." A monotonous feminine voice echoes throughout the train and returns her to reality. The Light Train is mostly empty, apart from a man sitting at the other end of the cart. He looked away from the window and met her eyes. At once she knew.The train sways ever so slightly as the train loses speed and both her and the man stand up to wait by the exit. She peers up at him again.He raises his eyebrows and looks back at her. "What are you looking at, kid?" He says in Japanese, and somehow she understands."Sorry
" She mutters and looks away.Soon the train comes to a gentle stop and the doors slide open. Finally, she has reached the Tokyo subway.But it was empty.She stands shaking on the platform while the man swiftly walks away, peering at her before getting on the escalator. As if on auto-pilot, she follows him at a distance."You're late, Matsumoto-san." She hears a woman say once the man had reached the top."Only by five seconds."