You can never tell when you will learn something new. Yesterday, our local news anchor was reporting on a tragic post-Valentine's Day murder/suicide. She said, "...[the woman] was shot dead...twice."
I'm going, like, Oh, this is interesting...the victim was either a vampire or a zombie: dead once, came to life again (so to speak) and then killed again.
The murderer, after killing his girlfriend twice then turned the gun on himself. I guess that, now dead, he can come back to life and then be tried for murder.
Which begs the question: Which killing of his girlfriend would he be tried for? The first or the second? Could he be tried twice? Probably not, given double jeopardy law.
At least, if given the death penalty, he would be executed only once since, after all, he had already taken his own life once.
But, if politicians, actors, and even A-Rod can resurrect themselves from a celebrity death (usually death by stupidity) I guess it's not too much to expect a physical resurrection of ordinary folks.
Of course, what I'd really love to see is a resurrection of command of the English language.