Fast Zombies Rule By Shane Faria When people ask me what my tattoo means, I tell them, “It’s what being nineteen feels like.” My tattoo is a $90 investment that occupies a significant portion of my right arm. It depicts a young punk rocker dressed in cut-off jean shorts and a leather, studded vest spray painting the words “FAST ZOMBIES RULE” onto a decrepit basement wall. It is a blown-up background image from an album cover by a hardcore band called Concrete Facelift, a band I don’t even listen to any more. Going into any further detail about what the tattoo means is unnecessary. Nineteen is different to each person. Like a story that ends with, “You had to be there to understand,” FAST…