The fun part about BUD TV was you could receive uplinks from reporters/camera crews in the field. So you see a reporter standing there playing with his tie, conversing, picking his nose etc. Then suddenly he would stiffen up and a few seconds later make his report, go silent, ask if he was finished and then walk off camera. The feed would either continue for some time or go blank.
Yes, I remember this happening. Usually it was super boring though since they generally just stood there and looked at the camera.
And yet countries that ban ownership of assault rifles and handguns by the average person don't have these crimes. They just don't.
We need to be MORE like these countries, not less. We need to ban all assault rifles, and severely restrict the ownership of handguns. One per person, that's it, no more.
Yes because crazy people will stop if they can't find a gun. In China 22 children were stabbed recently. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2248054/China-stabbing-22-children-elderly-woman-stabbed-outside-primary-school-Chinese-knifeman.html Don't forget the deadliest attacks in America did not involve guns (911 and Oklahoma City Bombings). I personally think one of the more dangerous substances currently sold to anyone in our country is gasoline. Cheap, highly flamable, explosive when contained, and it's available in VERY large quantity everywhere. So should we ban gasoline or should we work on the real problem, mental health?
A zombie is an animated corpse brought back to life by mystical means, such as witchcraft or from illness, disease or plague.
The resurrection body, which is the type that Christ had after His resurrection according to Biblical Scriptures, possess several properties
Zombies clearly are completely different from a resurrected, glorified or incorruptible body.
You're right, definitely not a zombie. Sounds more like a vampire or maybe a vampire hybrid AKA "day walker". He certainly has a thing for blood, seeing as he makes all of his followers drink it.
"Only a brain-damaged operating system would support task switching and not make the simple next step of supporting multitasking." -- George McFry