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“I think he’s proven untrustworthy on this issue . He tried to go around Congress with an Executive Order to rewrite laws unilaterally,” Ryan said.
I was struck dumb and frozen. The scene unfolding in front of my eyes was unbelievable.
One zombie had already gotten hold of my mother-in-law and they had tremendous power that made it extremely difficult for her to tear away from them. 390 more words
Zombies can attack in different ways in order to infect or kill a person and turn them into another zombie. In this post I will talk about the different attacks. 632 more words
Tonight's the big night for zombies on HorsePLAY! As such, I'll be posting more zombie content for the next few days or weeks even. The response has been great so far so don't forget to join us live on the ObioneX2 Twitch channel - that's the full experience right there, in HD no less! Whenever we think of zombie attacks, we think about biting, dookie breath, and maybe clawing (with bum hands - YUCK). The Zombie Blog breaks down zombie attacks in a way few others have managed to do. It's a very thorough analysis. The main question this article raises for me is quite simple: What's scarier or worse than a zombie bite? TZB goes into the science of zombie attacks in much the same manner Matt Mogk's Zombie Research Society does. This here is a look at the types of attacks to prepare for if there ever were a real-life zombie apocalypse. I appreciate that they even go into the psychological factors of zombie attacks. Let's face it: it's gross enough crushing a huge roach (water or Palmetto bugs, as we call them down South) with your bare hands but imagine zombie guts splattering or exploding everywhere... Not a pretty picture! Check out my comments for my thoughts on bloated zombies and the risks beyond explosion or ignition. Also, for you hardcore zombie fans out there, what are your thoughts on more nimble zombies (not infected I think it's a facet few zombie stories explore. The fresher the corpse, the greater the range of motion.. Enter pouncing, jumping, and maybe running - SCARY! Show The Zombie Blog some love by following, liking, reblogging, pinning, sharing, and all that good stuff. This is a blog I know we'll be revisiting quite a bit. Great stuff!