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Old 06-03-2012, 12:42 AM   #11
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Zombie thread, never mind.



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Speaking of zombies, with that kid eating someones face off, zombie hunting should be in season soon.



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Speaking of zombies, with that kid eating someones face off, zombie hunting should be in season soon.
I wish, it'd fall under the dangerous game hunting
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Yeah, that's what I get for clicking a "Similar Threads" link at the bottom of the page. It doesn't change my thoughts, but you can bet I won't be clicking one of those links again.
:P don't worry about it man, we just like to have a little fun about the thread resurrections.
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This was a zombie thread?? I didn't even notice!!

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Yeah, thats what happens when the media plays up the Cho's and the two jackasses that hit Columbine. Even though the media casts a negative light, they still "glorify" them by doing in depth media pieces about the idiots. It speaks volumes when the potential criminal says he "admired" them. Let them all be forgotten IMO, focus on the victims only.
I would bet a paycheck that a lot of us (including myself) can't remember a single victim from VT, OKC, or Columbine but we know who Cho, Clebold and McVeigh are.
Would you prefer that the media ignore such events? That is far more dangerous than a kid with ten pounds of fertilizer.
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Would you prefer that the media ignore such events? That is far more dangerous than a kid with ten pounds of fertilizer.
I have to weigh in on this (although I think the topic has taken a right turn). But yea, the media needs to be careful on reporting on the columbines, etc. It should be Breaking news, (then after the facts are discovered), the "Story" and not an agenda on the dangers of guns, eating watermelon, etc. STICK TO THE STORY! Then a follow up some years later BUT STILL, REPORTING ON THE STORY, not any agenda...

The media has turned into exactly what it was NEVER suppose to be! They are to report the facts as they know them PERIOD... STOP AT THAT! It is unbelievable to have liberal/conservative media! Report the story and if you are anti gun or anti oral sex, then join a march somewhere but for Gods sake, do your jobs right and leave opinions for the people your telling the story to!

Sorry everyone. My intent was not to offend anyone but it's getting way out of hand and will never be like it is suppose to...
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Would you prefer that the media ignore such events? That is far more dangerous than a kid with ten pounds of fertilizer.
I would prefer that the media report these events, but self-censor themselves.

Did America really need to know how to build a fertilizer bomb, or just that the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building was attacked with an explosive?

Does the general public in Florida need to know that kids an California are getting high consuming (insert weekly fad here)?

Every time gas prices go up do we need a front page story detailing how to bypass certain obstacles put in place to prevent siphoning?

What about airplane hijacking? Do we need to know an attempt was made, or do we have a so-called right to the details of how the hijacker circumvented security?

My personal opinion is that the media is compounding the problem by reporting the details. How many times have you read about some newspaper or TV slime reporting the details of how they got such and such an object past the TSA? Quit putting How-To info in the media. It's not helping.


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