Zombie outbreak

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  1. TNPIRATE

    TNPIRATE Landlubber Pirate Forum Contributor

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    Hey I was watching the History Channel tonight and they were talking about a zombie outbreak. They were saying that the U.S. is worried about a terroist attack using chemicals. And the U.S. Government has been really looking into it. So much so that the CDC has put this on thier website. So ya'll better stock up on them zombie buster bullets. I am goin for the 12ga. Take a look at this.

    CDC EPR | Social Media | Preparedness 101: Zombie Apocalypse - Blog
  2. MosinRuger

    MosinRuger G&G Enthusiast

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    yeah they're tagging onto the hype too, although it is a pretty good way to get people to think about emergency preparedness.

    I swear man, I live in Florida and there are still some people who think you just go to the store and buy water bottles and flashlights.

    Although in reality ill probably never use my ZOMBIEAPOCALYPSE SURVIVAL KIT for its intended purpose, it will be very functional in a natural disaster.
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  3. grizcty

    grizcty God, Guns, Glory Forum Contributor

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    That site is a joke.
    Notice, there is NO mention of weapons.
    Not even a pocket knife.

    Just imagine, a government run zombie blog.
    I wonder just WHO, will mentoring that!

    They need to link Congress to the CDC.
    Because when Congress is in session.
    We know where the zombies are located!
    Same goes for the Residents, currently in the White House!
  4. TNPIRATE

    TNPIRATE Landlubber Pirate Forum Contributor

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    Ya know I nevet thought of that. Then when you posted this my mind went to the zombie corps of Ted Kennedy. The most he said in 30 years was just before he died. Now look who is in Washington the zombie leader, pelosi. Every time ya see her on the bube tube she looks all pasty white. Wow, just had another brain fart. Something I think that would sell. A pelosi zombie target. Then go from there, a comander and chief zombie target, michele zombie target, bidden zombie target. Zombie targets of all the libs that are screwin up America.
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  6. TNPIRATE

    TNPIRATE Landlubber Pirate Forum Contributor

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    I know aren't they sweet? Now if they had tracers so when you do get the chance to blast a zombie with a head shot you could watch the gasses in thier heads explode. That would be some good entertainment.
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    "If your prepared for zombies, your prepared for anything" ~ ZS

    best motto i ever read.
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    Doesn't anyone find it the least bit odd that the CDC would be backing a campaign to prepare for a "ficticious" threat?

    I watched the original zombie movie, NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, in high school. It was a leap from vampires and werewolves.

    The idea of a contagious disease re-animating dead humans was a stretch, even for a high school biology student.

    Somehow, this genre got crossed over into the bacterial warfare genre, and it has become the major "threat" that people are concerned about. I find this disturbing, from the stand point that it has become a way for the gubmint to misdirect the sheeple's attention and efforts. With the CDC promoting it, it becomes a "wag the dog" red herring.

    There are plenty of "real" threats to our lives and security, and getting folks to focus on an imaginary threat is a grand scheme, indeed.
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    I think it is more to get the general population thinking about being prepared for a pandemic.
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    I saw it too. I'm opting for my 12 gauge and a machete.
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    Zombies? Really? Well then, buy an AA12 and mow em down.
  12. Rhody

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    This is one of the newest Hornady ads. I love it, but you know the antis will eventually make a big deal out of it. I mean they already have ranges banning the use of humanoid shaped targets like IPSC cardboard!

    Gotta love this clip though! Cute chick too! :bthumb: :) :AR15firin

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ggWjGSWZnhQ&feature=related]Zombie Ammo TV Spot - YouTube[/ame]



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