Thoughts On The Miami Zombie Attack

 MrColionNoir tells us what he thinks:

Technically if there was a zombie apocalypse that means I’d have to be T-dog, and we all know T-dog’s character sucks.

hahah truth!  That was a Walking Dead tv show reference for anyone that hasn’t seen the show. (If you’re not familiar… get caught up)

I hope that line about buying Hornady Zombie Max ammo was just  good old trolling.  That would be the last thing on earth I would ever buy, unless it was cheaper then non-zombie ammo.  At least you could take it out of the zombie box and no one would know the difference.

More info on the zombie face attack – HERE

The AK-47 selector switch t-shirt MrColionNoir has on can be bought over at ENDO Apparel.

I don’t know much about “bath salts” besides the fact they used to be perfectly legal.  I can’t help but wonder if blaming it on bath salts is just a knee-jerk reaction to try to explain the fact this guy was just nuts.  The media has a history of doing that with everything from video games to marijuana.

Thoughts?

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James M&P June 2, 2012 at 12:42 am

Dudes rockin your shirt. How does it feel to get the youtube nod?

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john June 3, 2012 at 01:34 pm

Seen a lot free zombie movies on down2load. But not this one????

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Dan The Viking June 2, 2012 at 01:20 am

The Zombie market was fun for a while. I was a big “fan” of Zombies. I watched all the Romero movies, I’d joke about, I even bought a copy of the Zombie Survival Guide about 5 years ago.
The novelty has been lost and I’m sick as hell of Zombies. I loved them so much more as a niche little geek/cult thing when only a handful of people really knew the things like “destroy the brain”, and now every single company has a product with a biohazard symbol and florescent green grips or something that burn the shit out of your retinas, and I can’t stand it anymore. What gets me even more is people actually buy this shit. Gun companies and stuff won’t listen to customers when they say they hate it now when some idiots are buying the products up like hotcakes. It was fun as a secret, now it’s just annoying and ruined.
Like you have an injoke with your friends, and then a bunch of people that you don’t know and you don’t like overhear and start telling the joke to every single person they know and then everyone in the world starts telling the joke and you get angry and sick of it after you’ve heard it the billionth time.

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KyBlackrifles June 2, 2012 at 03:15 pm

Looks like we have our first zombie Hipster…. “Yeah, zombies were cool before they became mainstream” get over yourself bud

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Dan The Viking June 4, 2012 at 11:03 pm

Yeah. It’s not like things get stale and old.
Do you only eat your favorite food and listen to only your favorite song and watch only your favorite movie? No, you don’t. You’re the one who needs to get over themselves, “bud”.

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mrcolionnoir June 2, 2012 at 02:25 am

Lol. For what it’s worth, I have bought a 20 round pack of zombie max ammo. It was actually cheaper than the critical defense. lol. Outside of that, straight trolling. lol.

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Jim P. June 2, 2012 at 02:38 am

I always looked at the “Zombie Apocalypse” as the shorthand notation for everything has gone to shit. I could be zombies, Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged failure, a Global Thermonuclear War, any natural disaster, or Captain Trips finally struck.

There are certain things that apply regardless of the situation — lay in beans and bullets. Try not to leave your primary zone. Have a light source. Basic tools or multi-tool. Water is important.

But what you need for the Zombie Apocalypse are shotguns and many shells. Captain Trips you could probably get away with a Glock or 1911 and several mags.

Speaking of which — I need some more rounds and spare batteries for my laser.

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Jayson June 2, 2012 at 05:39 am

I’m guilty of buying some zombie ammo as well. I’ve been a Hornady fan since my brother taught me to reload almost 30 years ago. I bought several boxes of the .308 zombie max and it’s not too shabby!

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Aaron June 2, 2012 at 07:17 am

I think “bath salts” are slang for some sort of powdery street drug. Real bath salts, the scented mineral powders that housewives use as they soak in the tub and read “50 shades of gray” are still readily available.

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ajax June 2, 2012 at 08:02 am
Stephen June 2, 2012 at 08:38 am

I think with the zombie craze stories like this will be more prevalent. Needles to say I am one of those people that has all the CDC zombie posters and 20rds of zombie max.

On the bath salts note, bath salts are sold online under names such as ivory wave and vanilla sky. They are sold in 50mg packets and typically contain MDPV, CFT, and Mephedrone. When taken it has similar effects to ecstasy and cocaine. As far as I know they are selling through a legal loophole since they are categorized as ‘bath salts’ and not what they really are.

The fact of the matter is that the person might already be unstable…add drugs to the mix and they go nuts. Beware of the crazys out there and stay safe yall.

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Cigr June 2, 2012 at 09:33 am

The whole “bath salts” thing certainly stinks of yellow journalism. The media, acting as an echo chamber for the government, has been demonizing these pseudo legal drugs for a couple of years now.

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Quint Young June 2, 2012 at 01:26 pm

Bathsalts are a stimulant, not a hallucinogen. The active chemicals were first synthesized in 1968, and have been used in small circles for many years. The idea that it was those, or LSD is insane. If LSD did that then hippies would have a VERY different reputation.

However, there is 1 drugs that has been known to cause cannibalism in 2 other cases. PCP. Lookup actor
“Big Lurch”, he was found wandering NUDE after killing and eating parts of some woman. Sound familiar.

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Curtis June 2, 2012 at 12:21 pm

@Mrcolionnoir: You don’t have to be T Dog. You could be Coach from Left 4 Dead2. I always play as Coach; he rules.

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Dillankid June 3, 2012 at 10:48 am

Truth. Best character in the game :-)

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RWC June 2, 2012 at 02:15 pm

Pfft…he’s a black guy. The black guy always survives horror scenari……oh, wait. :-P

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Church June 2, 2012 at 03:07 pm

This guy is so funny. People are “eating” up the whole zombie thing right now though. lol

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jpcmt June 2, 2012 at 06:15 pm

LOL! Love the reference to Walking Dead..can’t stand Lori and that kid. In fact, I hate most of the cast. Shane and Darryl are the only ones close to reality when they’re not in full retard mode..and on that note, I don’t think a real zombie apocalypse would be all that bad…Yes, a massive worldwide population cut would be insane and horrific..but the survival part would be quite fun, and I have 4 little kiddos and a wife! The problem is that most entertainment renditions of our world with zombies is usually the best example of what NOT to do so naturally people fear it. A real ZA would be a heavy cleaning of the gene pool and Darwin’s worst would likely go away leaving intelligent warrior people left to rebuild. After the ZA would be the hard part. ..ok, I’ll shut up before I ‘start’ sounding like a loon.

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dave w June 2, 2012 at 11:53 pm

I was going to list the characters i do/dont like, but just realized i hate them all. Every character in that show sucks. But i still watch it ???

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Ed June 2, 2012 at 07:34 pm

The reason zombie movies and shows always have stupid characters is because it would be boring otherwise. Nobody wants to watch four dudes sitting around on ammo cans, eating MRE’s, drinking purified water and playing cards in their bunker. People want to watch idiots kill and get killed by zombies.

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MrMaigo June 3, 2012 at 12:13 am

If it was a real zombie, real zombies suck. It’s been a week and world is still here, what kind of apocalypse doesn’t spread fast enough to even take out Florida?

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redbaron June 3, 2012 at 10:17 am

The bath salts thing is the same as the K2/Spice synthetic marijuana. And I mean the same as in it’s a drug that they are able to sell because they label it as “Not for human consumption” and call it “bath salts” or “plant food” or “incense”. We just had an inservice on this at the school where I teach.

Basically, they take a regular illegal drug, lace it with God-knows-what and then package it as something “not for human consumption”, which allows them to sell it legally in your local skeezy liquor store or mini-mart.

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Quint Young June 3, 2012 at 12:11 pm

There actually not illegal drugs, and they are usually quite pure.
Their illicit because they are analogues of scheduled substances. The federal analogue act says that it’s illegal to sell anything like that as a drug. But, it’s legal to use/sell them for other uses, hence why they sell them as bath-salts/shoe deodorizer/etc…

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Austin June 3, 2012 at 11:27 pm

As the Self-Proclaimed EverydayNoDaysOff Drug Expert, I would like to take a moment to talk about these so-called “Bath Salts.” They became popular substitutes for illegal drugs among users of amphetamines, or simply as a “legal” club drug. Packs labeled “Not for human consumtion” were set for distribution at headshops, corner stores, gas statioins and bodegas. This label removed the liability from the manufacturer so that if someone were to use it as a drug and not “Bath Salts” it would be at the fault of the user. The Analogue Act is the reason this is possible. The majority of Bath Salts were at first comprised mainly of Methylenedioxypyrovalerone. Which is a very similar molecular cousin to MDMA, even though the effects on the user are incredibly different. However, the DEA and other drug agencies throughout the world have banned MDPV completely, forcing the producers to switch to other analogues, that may or may not have more dangerous side effects. Every time the Government bans a new substance, a newer, more hazardous one arises in its place. Evidently, the Grey Hat chemists have now developed a Zombie Drug! That is, if the media sources for this story were correct and he actually WAS on these drugs… And I’m no Alexander Shulgin, but I hope this information helps someone understand what’s actually going on inside our country in relation to our drug policy.

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ar_man June 4, 2012 at 08:10 am

+1. We here in Maine have had a huge “bath salt” problem and some of the stories coming out of the ER for the hospital I work for rival the naked dude chewing on a guys face…scary stuff.

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MCGunuck June 4, 2012 at 02:27 pm

There’s an online show called “What the F#$k is wrong with you?” Dedicated to this sort of thing (usually without the canabalism though. Half the stuff about Florida usually involves bath salts, aperantly.

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