Back when Time magazine was a thing, appearing on the weekly periodical’s cover was the kiss of death, career-wise. The photo essay Zombies: Gun enthusiasts’ perfect target indicates that the Washington Post has inherited Time’s knack for jumping on a bandwagon long after it’s been abandoned. “Zombie culture has invaded gun culture with zombie shooting competitions popping up throughout the country. The outbreak in gun clubs has also helped bring new shooters into training sessions.” The perforating the pretend undead trend died about a year ago, and stayed dead – except for a few isolated pockets of contagion. The fact that Northern Virginia Tactical would teach anyone to shoot two [dissimilar] guns simultaneously or agree to have a student pose that way, tells you all you need to know about zombie “training.” RIP, Zombies. And…someday…the Post.