Originally posted by Mkoll
reply to post by Char-Lee
You really want this zombie crap don't you?
Originally posted by AgentX09
I got a chuckle out of that clip,thanks.Well i guess its now safe to return to the regular horror shows that are our national governments.They'll kill us all one way or another.
Originally posted by watchesfromwall
reply to post by xuenchen
CDC - Zombie Preparedness !!
and I thought it couldn't get weirder than this below, what's the government's obsession with Zombies???:
Be PREPARED -- supply yourself for the Zombie Apocalypse with Zombie Max™ ammunition from Hornady®! Loaded with PROVEN Z-Max™ bullets...yes PROVEN Z-Max™ bullets (have you seen a Zombie?). Make sure your "bug out bag" is ready with nothing but the best!
WARNING: THIS IS LIVE AMMUNITION. THIS IS NOT A TOY.
Guangdong authorities denied on Wednesday that there was an outbreak of highly pathogenic bird flu in the southern province.
Sources with the provincial department of agriculture said only one test sample collected from a duck in Jiangnan bazaar of meats and vegetables was suspected of being positive for the deadly H5 bird flu virus.
The samples were sent to the State's laboratory for further examination, according to a press release from Guangdong provincial department of agriculture on Wednesday.
"More than 40 samples collected from poultry in local meat and vegetable bazaars have been examined since the beginning of the month, and all the samples were negative," said the press release.
The Guangdong provincial department of agriculture has also issued a notice to relevant cities and departments, asking them to expand examination and stress sterilization work on local live poultry booths and bazaars to prevent the outbreak of bird flu in the province, which borders the Hong Kong and Macao special administrative regions.
No bird flu in Guangdong, say authorities
so now , should the CDC get another test going or just let it go and become urban legend
MIAMI (AP) — Lab tests detected only marijuana in the system of a Florida man shot while chewing on another man's face, the medical examiner said Wednesday, ruling out other street drugs including the components typically found in the stimulants known as "bath salts."
There has been much speculation about what drugs, if any, would lead to the bizarre behavior that authorities said Rudy Eugene exhibited before and during the gruesome attack that left the other man horribly disfigured. A Miami police union official had suggested that Eugene, who was shot and killed by an officer, was probably under the influence of bath salts.
The Miami-Dade County Medical Examiner said in a news release that the toxicology detected marijuana, but it didn't find any other street drugs, alcohol or prescription drugs. Eugene also tested negative for adulterants commonly mixed with street drugs.