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Until dead people are coming back to life and feeding on human flesh, I don't care.
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#4
Kony has an army of zombies? Well played my good sir, well played.
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#5
Well that's some scary shit. Not as bad as ebola, but still pretty scary.
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#6
I prefer Lesch-Nyhan syndrome where the patient will actually eat themselves in some cases (autocannibalism), most commonly chewing off their own lips and tongues.

If we can somehow alter this disease...
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#7
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as i walk through the chalet of the shadow of death
everything that you've come to expect


#8
I dont think its anything to worry about, but...

just in case
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#10
I'm heading to The Winchester, anyone care to join me and wait for all this to blow over?
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#13
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Would anyone like..... a peanut?

Do the monkey impression!
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Would anyone like..... a peanut?

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#17
So Kony2012 was yesterday and all that they've achieved is getting Kony to upgrade his soldiers to zombies. Well ****ing done.
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#22
Nodding disease... Lulz

Zombie children... Kony has advanced
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#23
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Until dead people are coming back to life and feeding on human flesh, I don't care.

Not necessarily. The 'Rage' virus in 28 Days Later didn't bring people back from death. If we're talking fictional terms, this is more like the Rage virus coupled with the vampirical disease in I Am Legend in the way that, it makes these children mess shit up and it's airborne. Now if we really are talking in fiction then these could just be early cases, and the full symptoms are not yet known ('cause no one's lived to tell).


OT:

Infected children typically have regular seizures, which are proceeded by a repetitive nodding of the head.


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#24
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Not necessarily. The 'Rage' virus in 28 Days Later didn't bring people back from death. If we're talking fictional terms, this is more like the Rage virus coupled with the vampirical disease in I Am Legend in the way that, it makes these children mess shit up and it's airborne. Now if we really are talking in fiction then these could just be early cases, and the full symptoms are not yet known ('cause no one's lived to tell).

That's why they are not technically zombies.
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#25
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That's why they are not technically zombies.


Definitely a lot more dangerous than zombies though; 'real' zombies would be completely useless and easy to avoid.
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Definitely a lot more dangerous than zombies though; 'real' zombies would be completely useless and easy to avoid.

It's circumstantial, but in general, yes they would be more dangerous.
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That's why they are not technically zombies.

It does, it just means the zombie archetype has evolved beyond it being just a cannibalistic reanimated corpse. As with other fictional creatures.
#28
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Not necessarily. The 'Rage' virus in 28 Days Later didn't bring people back from death. If we're talking fictional terms, this is more like the Rage virus coupled with the vampirical disease in I Am Legend in the way that, it makes these children mess shit up and it's airborne. Now if we really are talking in fiction then these could just be early cases, and the full symptoms are not yet known ('cause no one's lived to tell).

I hope it's not like the I am Legend zombies. Those things fucked shit up.
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I hope it's not like the I am Legend zombies. Those things fucked shit up.



At least those would hide during the day. 28 days later would be much worse IMO. They are fast,aggressive, it doesnt require an actual bite to turn and the change takes 30 seconds tops.

They are also smart. In 28 days later a zombie chased Jim in the church and when confronted with him being on a balcony above it the infected istantly knew to go around and find another way up. Normal zombies even dawn of the dead ones would just pile up and zombie walk into the side of the balcony forever. Rage Virus would definitely suck balls. Only saving grace is that they starve. Problem is you gotta survive them long enough which given the speed of change and ease of infection mixed with basic intelligence is highly unlikely.
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#30
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It's that damn metal music!

I don't know why this was so funny to me.
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At least those would hide during the day. 28 days later would be much worse IMO. They are fast,aggressive, it doesnt require an actual bite to turn and the change takes 30 seconds tops.

They are also smart. In 28 days later a zombie chased Jim in the church and when confronted with him being on a balcony above it the infected istantly knew to go around and find another way up. Normal zombies even dawn of the dead ones would just pile up and zombie walk into the side of the balcony forever. Rage Virus would definitely suck balls. Only saving grace is that they starve. Problem is you gotta survive them long enough which given the speed of change and ease of infection mixed with basic intelligence is highly unlikely.


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#32
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It does, it just means the zombie archetype has evolved beyond it being just a cannibalistic reanimated corpse. As with other fictional creatures.

No, it doesn't. In fact, zombies don't even have to be cannibalistic. They DO however have to be reanimated. That is the very root of what a zombie is. The word comes from the Hatian Creole word Zonbi, which identifies an animated corpse, or reanimated being traditionally brought back to life through witchcraft; voodoo. Anything beyond reanimation is fair game, but you cannot remove the very basis of what it is and still call it by the same name.

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I hope it's not like the I am Legend zombies. Those things fucked shit up.

Vampires*. Also, the movie sucked for various reasons, acting not being one of them.
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No, it doesn't. In fact, zombies don't even have to be cannibalistic. They DO however have to be reanimated. That is the very root of what a zombie is. The word comes from the Hatian Creole word Zonbi, which identifies an animated corpse, or reanimated being traditionally brought back to life through witchcraft; voodoo. Anything beyond reanimation is fair game, but you cannot remove the very basis of what it is and still call it by the same name.

I guess you're right, but I can't not consider 28 Days Later to be an awesome zombie film.

And you have to admit, it was great.
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Vampires*. Also, the movie sucked for various reasons, acting not being one of them.

Oh yea, that movie is pretty terrible, but the zombies/vampires were fairly badass.
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#37
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I guess you're right, but I can't not consider 28 Days Later to be an awesome zombie film.

And you have to admit, it was great.

Are you kidding me? 28 Days Later was amazing!—28 Week Later... not so much—But I can't consider it a zombie flick. I think it's part of a whole different genre of diseased/inflicted killers. This genre can involve a patient zero type situation like David Cronenberg's Rabid, or apocalyptic mass populations like in 28 Days Later. Another example of that genre would be George Romero's, The Crazies.

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Oh yea, that movie is pretty terrible, but the zombies/vampires were fairly badass.

They were the worst part... well, specifically the fact that they were virtually all CGI. Not only was it too noticeable, but they all looked nearly the exact same, beyond the baldness even. It would have been much better to cast actual people, then use CGI when there were mass amounts of them if needed. But I simply couldn't take them seriously. Also, Will Smith was a bad choice for Robert Neville.
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#38
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#40
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I guess you're right, but I can't not consider 28 Days Later to be an awesome zombie film.

And you have to admit, it was great.


28 Days Later is the best zombie film. It's about the only one with any real depth beyond 'rawr zombies'.
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