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Old 09-14-2007, 02:22 PM
bloodthirsty10 bloodthirsty10 is offline
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Default Whoever runs these things in MA

START A BOSTON(or Massachusetts in general)ZOMBIE WALK MYSPACE!!! This will attract alot more people to the walks because alot more people will be informed of it and there will be so many people interested,(considering the only other walks around here are in VT and MD)that we can turn this into a more than once a year event, or atleast get a bigger crowd and more people aware of the events. San Diego and Los Angeles have them every month or two with more participants each time! I don't know who organizes these marches but I am going to spread this idea around in hopes they will eventually see it and maybe someone will set an account up with MySpace. I would, but I'd probably fail miserably at setting the walks up so someone who knows what theyre doing and who are good at planning these things should totally do it!LET THE BOSTON ZOMBIE WALKS BE KNOWN!
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Old 09-15-2009, 06:58 PM
dollieh dollieh is offline
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done: www.myspace.com/zombiewalksboston

However I just created it so give me a day or two to get 'er on her legs.
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