Zombie Nativity Scene Approved

Zombie Nativity Scene

The Infamous Zombie Nativity Scene of Ohio Has Finally Been Approved

We are so thankful to live in New York City, where people are generally pretty tolerant of their neighbors. In fact, I could see any fun take on a Nativity Scene going over well here, where people have a sense of humor.

Things haven’t gone so well for Jasen Dixon in the suburbs of Cincinnati, OH. For two years his awesome Zombie Nativity Scene has met with a cold reaction from so-called Christian neighbors and the County Clerk’s Office. Claiming that the scene was too large, the township fined Dixon $500 per day.

That is over now, as the township has approved the Christmas decoration! Yay!

In addition, religious groups in the area are still leaving messages. Some indicate that “God frowns upon this manger scene” and that any child of God would understand.

All of this is documented on the Zombie Nativity Scene Facebook page. That is also where the image came from.

Frankly, we here at Zombie Killing Stoners love a good joke, and this Zombie Nativity is so obviously done with humor that we can’t even imagine someone being offended. Seriously people, get a sense of humor!

Here is more about the Zombie Nativity Scene controversy:

 

 

Zombie Nativity Scene Will Stay!

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The owner of the Zombie nativity scene in Sycamore Township, Ohio is keeping his lawn ornamentation.

I will let you in on a secret…

C. Che and I really don’t like Christmas. So being bombarded by Christmas crap on a daily basis from Halloween on (yes! this year it started on Halloween) is truly painful.

When we saw the first headlines about the Zombie Nativity Scene on Ohio, we were, for once, truly excited! I mean, a dead and reborn baby Jesus? Zombie wise men? Potential zombie camels? Just too awesome.

So we were not surprised when we heard that township officials were gunning to take it down. Of course, they couldn’t say that they were offended, because we have a first amendment right to be offensive. So instead they are calling it a code violation based on size.

Well, supporters have offered to help pay the $1000 fine if it stays, and the Zombie Nativity Scene is not going anywhere.

A victory for freedom of speech and expression!