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She is in a trance, a condition so withdrawn as to resemble catatonia, compounded of equal parts liquor and a small Seashell thimble-radio tucked in her ear. The Seashell croons and murmurs its music and commercials and private little melodramas for her alone.
The room is silent. The husband cannot even try to guess the communion between Seashell and wife.
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Awakening her is not unlike applying shock to a cataleptic. I thought I was writing a story of prediction, describing a world that might evolve in four or five decades.
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But only a month ago, in Beverly Hills one night, a husband and wife passed me, walking their dog. I stood staring after them, absolutely stunned. The woman held in one hand a small cigarette-package-sized radio, its antenna quivering.
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From this sprang tiny copper wires which ended in a dainty cone plugged into her right ear. Ladda ned.
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The first post-Rick episode of the series, "Who Are You Now," ends with Eugene Josh McDermitt and Rosita Christian Serratos huddled together in the mud, hiding from a huge herd of walkers — walkers that can speak, apparently. As the aforementioned word phrase hisses forth from the passing army of the dead, it's hard not to wonder how Eugene and Rosita didn't die immediately from fright. Their stunned silence speaks volumes, both for the characters who inhabit the Walking Dead universe, and fans who have watched from a comfortable distance for several years.
Sure, while some stylistic differences certainly exist between the walkers of season one and the walkers of season nine, the fundamental rules of the zombie remain: they eat people, their brains are their weak points and they lack any shred of the humanity they left behind — sentence structure included. So, what's going on here?
A little more than 10 years of story time into the zombie apocalypse, can the dead speak all of the sudden?
The short answer: no. The longer answer is ahead, and contains comic book spoilers, so proceed with the same level of caution you would exercise around this guy. These men and women have survived the fall of civilization by essentially blending in with the dead, wearing skin suits made from human flesh, and adopting savage customs that align nicely with the walkers.