Zombie meme gains in momentum. An effort to influence masses on how they should dispatch figures, who appear less human is well underway! Clyde Lewis, host of Ground Zero Live, reports on more Zombie stories in the media as wave seems yet to crest following spectacular case, last month, of Miami's Causeway Cannibal. Zombie Max and Z-Max bullets made by Hornady manufacturing are the company's most successful products. A recent article, "Zombie Bullets In High Demand Following Flesh-Eating Attacks," reports, "...company president Steve Hornady came up with the idea for Zombie Max bullets because of his love for zombie movies and shows....company spokesman, Everett Deger, who said, while the bullets are real, they’re only meant to be used on targets and not on people (or zombies)." It's a scary marketing campaign when a "fictional" world is supplied real bullets for use by people with only most tenuous grip on reality!
You have Zombie-strength bullets in your possession, now, what do you do? Hornady sponsors Zombie 3-Gun Match: "Zombies in the Heartland - Pandemic 2012" this summer at Grand Island, NE in the Heartland Shooting Park:
"Zombie hunters armed with handguns, shotguns and rifles, will head to Heartland Public Shooting Park in Grand Island, Nebraska, June 29 through July 1, 2012 for a battle against the "undead" in the Zombies in the Heartland - Pandemic 2012 3-gun shooting match brought to you by Hornady® and the Nebraska Army National Guard."
It's a bad idea to foster a fictional world with real bullets, especially, with a pickup truck and gun rack crowd, who rarely express a complete thought and reach their frustration threshold very easily! It sounds arrogant and condescending, but it's only simple observation! Yes, it's only a game - just a recreational activity - games don't influence behavior! Please keep moving there's nothing to see here!