reply to post by Whateva69
Of course police were always involved. Pork doesn't make you hungry?
Originally posted by Whateva69
Does anyone else think its odd that all these reports involve police.
The police say, the police saw, the police said. Have there been any reports from witness from out side the police department?
love and harmony
Originally posted by Osiris1953
reply to post by Kalamord
Wow that really is a scary thought. Trying to keep the public from panicking....probably how it would actually happen. It would become an epidemic without our knowledge, by the time we knew anything, it would probably be far too late.
Blood tests taken the night of the incident revealed that the man had a blood-alcohol level of .29, as well as cannabis and Xanax in his system. Authorities also claimed he was under the influence of a type of synthetic marijuana called Cloud 9 or Mephedrone, a psychoactive drug that also has a stimulant effect similar to ecstasy.
De Leon reportedly began slamming his head against the squad car’s plexiglass divider while being taken to the police station.
I’m going to eat you!” the man screamed at one officer
Originally posted by azbowhunter
The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has tried to assure Americans that the country is not facing a threat from zombies,
Honestly........ how STUPID does that quote from the CDC make Americans look?
Originally posted by truthseeker1984
While I don't think it's "zombies" per-say....where there's smoke there's fire. Maybe there's some new kind of bath salts being peddled on the streets to homeless men?
Or then again, it could just be copycats. I don't think we'll ever know either way.
Originally posted by sylent6
I'm telling you boys and girls, theres something on and don't sit there and tell me its bath salts. That crap has been out over a year over here in the west coast and I haven't heard anything crazy related causing people to attack eachother.
Originally posted by UFObuilder1
. All I know is the gaming generation is ready lolol.
Originally posted by sylent6
..So while continue my "little research on google for an explanation of these psychological violent attacks, I ran across this from the University of Florida called ZOMBIE ATTACK Disaster Preparedness Simulation Exercise #5 (DR5). It is a PDF form on how to identify the symptoms and what do list on how to respond to a zombie attack or infection that might affect the University of Florida campus.
My question is why would it affect the campus or is this the source of some experimentation in their labs?
Originally posted by rapunzel222
well, there are a lot of vampires living in florida. that's why.
i'm not kidding either.
maybe you guys should stop laughing at 'reptilian' threads and youtube vids and start connecting the dots...
i can't help you anymore. this is the last time i'll try.