Oh yeah. You look their eyes and they are all blind. You can do pretty much anything, wave your hands and they won't notice. What amazes me is the hearing, because it is somehow quite well tuned. Maybe even better tuned to hearing sounds then normal people. Even if they are among the horde.I thought Morgan might be hallucinating when the walkers were accepting him as one of their own. His "I'm right here" reminded me of how dependent walkers are on their sense of hearing and, apparently, sense of smell. I never thought about it before, but they must be blind.
I had to google Jack Torrance and now I feel ashamed, but at the same time I hope he'll doesn't go that far but stays cunning. To be honest, when he broke his stick and then went to fetch it, I thought as an engineer, 'How many times you're trying to fix something that is already broken, until you say to yourself it's dead and beyond a repair?'Morgan's flip-flopping between savior and destroyer has grown tiresome. Now that he has replaced his stick with a battleaxe, I hope he stays in Jack Torrance mode.