Production of Twinkies will resume July 2013. Yippee!
They didn’t really have to come back to life so soon. The last batch of 2012 Twinkies has a shelf life of 20 years.
No I am not talking about the movie. But this will give you a run for your money.
Have you noticed that the keywords “death” and “dead” are the most popular?
At first I thought it was part of a “goth” or “freddy” or maybe “scissorhand” fetish for the horror movie genre. You know. Just like the Star Trek has Trekkies, I thought these were Deathies.
But then at 3 AM in the middle of the night I sat up in bed and realized, these are hackers. They are looking for obituaries. And why would they do that? To find identities to steal!
How many people are going to realize that their identity was stolen if they are dead?
Let me put this another way. Which is the least likely demographic to object and retaliate for identity theft? Right. Dead people.
This has been a community service announcement.
Oh, by the way, the Identity Thief movie is pretty good.
The IMDb database for movies and television shows has 840 shows just for zombies and 6779 shows involving death.
“HELP! I can’t watch all those shows by myself!”
Could anyone but Leonard Maltin possibly watch all of them?
Even angels appear in only 357 shows and a fairy in only 140. I am paraphrasing but Woody Allen said the only constant was death and taxes. Despite that taxes are only found in 151 shows.
Looks like nobody got over the excitement, fear, and anxiousness of mysterious creatures under our beds and in our closets when we were kids. Mercer Mayer and his children’s books involving the little Monsters made Monsters seem fun.
Now we can’t get enough of them.
My all time favorite show is Zombieland with Woody Harrelson. That is the one with a zillion Twinkies.
The thought of Zombies after every Twinkie purchase is probably what killed Hostess.
May every Twinkie and Zombie die or live in peace.
This post is about my great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great, great-grandfather, Reuben Dye. He settled in the Flint Township area of Michigan back in 1843 so he wasn’t that old but he was really great.
The reason he was so great is he was ahead of his time. He was one of the first of about eight settlers in that Michigan area. He had a farm and a road that eventually became Dye Road. This was 50 years before gas buggies were invented.
Eventually Flint, the town to the east, became the automotive capital of the world.. So whether he was forward thinking or just plain lucky, I will never know. But what I do know is he is dead but his legacy lives on via that well-traveled road in Michigan.