Wednesday Zombie Post-How Zombies Work

Posted March 12th, 2008 by

How Zombies Work at “How Stuff Works”.  Wow, I can’t believe I didn’t post this before.

 Don’t be in ignorance of the law, know the facts on your legal rights when it comes to making your very own undead minions:

Zombies and Haitian Law

A law that seems to condemn zombie creation went into effect in Haiti in 1835. Article 246 of the Haitian Penal Code classifies the administration of a substance that creates a prolonged period of lethargy without causing death as attempted murder. If the substance causes the appearance of death and results in the burial of the victim, the act is classified as murder.

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  1.  Vlad the Impaler Says:

    …define prolonged period of lethargy.

    IANAL, but given the lack of such a definition, the Government could conceivably be cited as murdering scores of civil servants!

  2.  rybolov Says:

    Hey Vlad, that’s not fair, both of us at one time were civil servants in the largest socialist organization dedicated to the preservation of capitalism, AKA the DoD. =)

    However, this could also be extended to “drinking the cool-aid” for any organization.

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