The 1987 Dance Aerobics Championship

Such an art form.

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Need practice for the Zompocalypse?

It is Zombie Week here at Cleverpork Central. We let the dead rest for a week after Halloween, but now they’re back with a vengeance. Keep your eyes open for more undead content through the week.

Here at Cleverpork Central we believe in giving our readers everything they need to handle the inevitable Zompocalypse. Lucky for you all that we have really pooled our resources this week to provide you with some of the most up to date zombie related simulations.  Here are some of our top picks when it comes to living out the zombie end of days in flash form! Feel free to share your own favorite flash games at the bottom in the comments section. I’m always looking for new ways to improve my Zompocalypse skills.

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Science Songs

We interupt you regularly scheduled Zombie Week to bring you some wonderful scientific pursuits.

Readers, you all know that we are a science-y bunch here at Cleverpork Central, and you may have guessed that we enjoy music. The following are four youtube videos that are what I consider to be the best of the best when it comes to amazing science music.

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A Werewolfs Responce to Zombie Mania

November 5th, 2009

It has come to my attention that Zombies, undead and completely unpalatable post humans, have become very kitch as of late. It seems every form of entertainment; from books to movies, television and the like, all have caved to popular demand and allowed for Zombies to infest themselves into the already pleasant and entertaining projects the specific mediums had to offer. Their reputation preceding them, Zombies are able to infest and spread very quickly convincing susceptible and otherwise good natured people  into fans of these disgusting and morally indifferent beings. Completely adaptable and transferable to any medium, Zombies, if left unchallenged, will soon be present in all entertainment mediums and all forms of artistic expression.

Dont believe me? Think Im some bitter old Werewolf whose pissed because my kind only gets bit roles in shitty movies like “Twilight” or the Underworld franchise? Well-you might be partly right. But regardless of the anger that the lack of popular demand that has sprung up in me it doesn’t hide or delude the fact that nearly everywhere you turn Zombies are taking over the popular landscape, turning all forms of art and entertainment into Zombie survival epics.

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Study Reveals Pittsburgh Unprepared For Full-Scale Zombie Attack

It is Zombie Week here at Cleverpork Central. We let the dead rest for a week after Halloween, but now they’re back with a vengeance. Keep your eyes open for more undead content through the week.

In an October study done by the Pittsburgh mayor, and only reported by a single news source, it was determined that the city fo Pittsburgh is not ready to fight the coming waves of the zombie horde. Truth is, all of their preparedness policies were made before current zombie research was made. The article states, “The city’s emergency safe houses, established by a city ordinance in the early ’70s, lack even the most basic fortifications for zombie invasion.” and that is just one example.

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Zombified Movies

It is Zombie Week here at Cleverpork Central. We let the dead rest for a week after Halloween, but now they’re back with a vengeance. Keep your eyes open for more undead content through the week.

What makes any movie better? Zombies. Or Not To Be, the zombie adaption of Hamlet is amazing. I’ve heard rumors that Pride, Prejudice, and Zombies really adds something to a classic story. So what movies can use some more undead content? Follow the link to learn more. Highlights include Home Alone and Harry Potter. but ultimately you need to read the original post to fully understand.

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Zombies Can’t Dance


Brith of the Zombies

Brith of the Zombies

It is Zombie Week here at Cleverpork Central. We let the dead rest for a week after Halloween, but now they’re back with a vengeance. Keep your eyes open for more undead content through the week.

Clicking the link starts music playing. Please check it out, but be aware that you might want headphones if you’re in a public venue.

There are a few things that the writers here at Cleverpork Central love. One is zombies. One is dancing. One clever person combined the two producing Zombies Can’t Dance claiming to be a rock musical/opera about zombies. I am listening through it and it is awesome. The lyrics really pull the heart strings. Every song has an accompanying piece of artwork to go with it. The plot is after the break.

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Virus Glass Art

Artist Luke Jerram has fulfilled another one of my favorite things. He is turning science into art. I discovered his art reading Science Magazine. They had a feature including his version of Swine Flu. However, not only is it beautiful, it is also very accurate to the real science involved. A combination of accurate micrographs and scientist opinions has made this art some of the most scientific I have ever seen.

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Wind Turbines and the End of the World

Wind Turbines are becoming a more popular way to generate power. Their proponents claim that they produce almost zero waste, are completely silent, and allow the surrounding ground to be completely useable. However, there are a lot of things they leave out.

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Giant Squids, Now more Dangerous than Ever

Osaka, Japan

Japanese scientists researching kelp in the waters of the Pacific Ocean survived an attack from a giant lazer squid, sustaining major damage to the crews deep sea science floaty-down machine from the squids ‘beak lazers’. If not for the quick maneuvering of Dr. Akiko Toyota, as well as the on board ‘white-out’ lazers, the scientists would have not survived the attack.

Squids and Lazers

Squids and Lasers

Once thought to be reclusive animals, the attack on the Japanese scientists marks the fifteenth giant lazer squid attack to take place in the last six months. This sudden increase in frequency of attacks has lead many in Japan and in countries around the Pacific to plead with their governments to declare war on the lazer squids. Hitomi Nintendo, a local Osakan fishermen and frequent traveler of ‘the ink blot’ (the portion of the Pacific that is the habitat of the giant lazer squids), is the head of Permanent Extinction Now In-terms of Squids, “PENIS is a group on the rise. Our message is perfectly straight and not bent to one side of the issue or the other, we want the nation of Japan to declare war on these murderous squids and eradicate them from the earth. To long have travelers of the Pacific shriveled in fear or shrunken up at the thought of encountering such beasts! At least 1 out of every 5 voyages into the Pacific wont even get off this year! That’s sad, and devastating to the Psyche of the captains of the ships. Sure one could say it happens to a lot of captains, and statistically that’s true, but if all that is in the way of getting off and rising to the sea is a lazer shooting sea monster than I say we kill those monsters dead!”

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