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Old 07-16-2012, 09:41 PM   #31
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Hey if you cant join em then kill em an eat their brains raw oh yea awesome for breakfast
Eat enough brains and you will join them guarantied. I can't remember exactly why (a certain protein or virus or something), but eating human brains will definitely burn out yours. That was learned after studying some really messed up people in New Guinea.

Cannibalism has been really popular there for a long time. They even have a custom of digging up deceased loved ones and having them for dinner. So eating brains in New Guinea doesn't count as a zombie event. Sorry, but that's like saying someone was busted for making moonshine in the Appalachians.
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Eat enough brains and you will join them guarantied. I can't remember exactly why (a certain protein or virus or something), but eating human brains will definitely burn out yours. That was learned after studying some really messed up people in New Guinea.

Cannibalism has been really popular there for a long time. They even have a custom of digging up deceased loved ones and having them for dinner. So eating brains in New Guinea doesn't count as a zombie event. Sorry, but that's like saying someone was busted for making moonshine in the Appalachians.
Messed up people in new guinea, nawwww that cant be, quit tryin to sound smart talkin bs about head hunters in 3rd world jungles
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Prions cause spongiform encephalopy, aka mad cow disease.
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So eating brains in New Guinea doesn't count as a zombie event. Sorry, but that's like saying someone was busted for making moonshine in the Appalachians.
Well there is cannibalism and then there is killing someone and eating their brains raw.

I don't consider the latter to be the "approved" cannibalism tradition... LOL

I'm going with definitely IN on the zombie chart. Eating raw human anything equals zombie!!

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Well there is cannibalism and then there is killing someone and eating their brains raw.

I don't consider the latter to be the "approved" cannibalism tradition... LOL

I'm going with definitely IN on the zombie chart. Eating raw human anything equals zombie!!

JD
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Well there is cannibalism and then there is killing someone and eating their brains raw.

I don't consider the latter to be the "approved" cannibalism tradition... LOL

I'm going with definitely IN on the zombie chart. Eating raw human anything equals zombie!!

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No not a zombie just another tweaked out crack head on some new man made brain killin dope. Save a deer shoot a drug pusher
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It has to be global warming...er, cooling...er, um, I mean climate change.
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Got my FNAR and other various guns ready to go. I am in upstate SC and we have had some instances with bath salts but no one eating another person. Up here they have just wigged out and shot up their houses but you have to admit this is pretty creepy with it getting close to 12-21-12. Yes I threw that out there.
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Eat enough brains and you will join them guarantied. I can't remember exactly why (a certain protein or virus or something), but eating human brains will definitely burn out yours. That was learned after studying some really messed up people in New Guinea.

Cannibalism has been really popular there for a long time. They even have a custom of digging up deceased loved ones and having them for dinner. So eating brains in New Guinea doesn't count as a zombie event. Sorry, but that's like saying someone was busted for making moonshine in the Appalachians.
Same type disease as Mad Cow is Kuru or kufu, best documented in a tribal group that practiced ritual cannabilism. (kinda puts a new twist on "Aunt Martha was a tough old bird")

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kuru_(disease)
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