Zombie flash mob

Streets of SF
Pimp my ride
BRAIAIAIAINS
Growling
Artsy
Zombie nation
Waiting to cross
Who wants brains?
Open wide
Brains!
Shuffling forwards
We need brains!
Zombie
Brains
Hand in mouth
Panda cuteness overload
Brains!
Heineken sushi
Say tea
Churchill's wants brains
Brain lovers
Do I see... BRAINS!
Support our zombie troops
Go ahead, twist my arms
Cute zombie chick
Running for brains
Madness
Aging zombie
Stumbling
Eat brains
Rave
Vendetta meets zombies
Nail biting
Lucha libre
Zombie rave
Hand... who lost a hand...
Demonstrate
Brains from above
Brains on ice
Dead
Staying cool, even in death
Shot, but not down
Growl
Getting there
Need brains
You gotta hand it to him
Dead mechanic
Nom nom nom
Bloody
Even zombies have to wait for a red light
Butchered
Running with brains
Zombie take over
Car trouble
Dead
Chase scene
Getting your hands dirty
Brains!
Red
Sweeny Todd
Crowd
On the street
Zombie road block
Found: one hand
Strike a pose
Zombie or goth?
Road block
Making a run for it
All dead
You have died of dysentery
Nurse!
Zombie chickies
Brains!
On business
Walking dead
The troops
So hungry, I could eat my own hand!
I've been very bad
All bloodied
Praise zombie Jesus
Zombie talk
Red
Eating from the floor
The tabloids are all over it
Brains oozing out
Cut open
On the floor
Reach out and touch
Two
Nurse and patient, united in death
Zombies
All bloodied up
Nice 'do
Tonsils
Brains!
Forward
From Guatemala
This is not a museum, this junk is for sale
Palace of fine junk
The great seal of the state of California
Abraham Lincoln
City hall
Dark Helmet
At city hall
Playing games
Human rights
San Francisco city hall
Selling Obama
Need... sleep...

Took it a bit easier than on the day of my arrival. Checked out the Civic Center, which includes the modern San Francisco Public Library, United Nations plaza, where the UN charter was signed back in 1945, and City Hall, which looks like a mix of the US capitol and St. Peter’s basilica in the Vatican.
Next up was a series of murals in The Tenderloin, the raunchy part of town, then went in search for Piano wizard, stumbled upon refurbished Nintendo DS Lites and an open air music festival in the Yerba Buena garden.

Then, decidedly the most spectacular chance meeting happened. While walking over to the supposedly excellent Cartoon Art Museum, I stumbled into a zombie flash mob (what?). Serously, seriously hilarious.
And it got even better. Halfway through the ‘parade’, the flash mob bumped into a group of individuals protesting against Scientology, using V for Vendetta masks and house music.

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