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As part of their Kickstarter promotional campaign ZomBcall is offering to provide ZomBcall zombie sound devices to aid training missions for the official United States Pentagon's Hypothetical
ZomBcall will unveil their new novelty toy zombie defense device next week.
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Everything from natural disasters to catastrophic attacks on American soil are taken seriously by the US military. And a zombie apocalypse, as crazy as it may sound, is another threat the Pentagon is actually taking seriously.
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A Stanford University researcher took notice of the latest craze for the walking dead and decided to pinpoint the reason for the obsession of zombies in this culture.
Industry leader, Sabre Pepper Spray, introduces new product targeting consumers who are preparing for the zombie apocalypse.
University of Florida officials said a zombie attack survival plan posted online was meant as a humorous stress-reliever for employees. The plan, which was removed Thursday from the school's e-Learning Web site, listed medical information about zombieism and included forms for university employees to explain why they were forced to kill co-workers making references to wanting to eat brains, The Gainesville (Fla.) Sun reported Friday. Some employees may prefer weapons such as chain saws,...
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- A person who stands up for something, as contrasted to a bystander who remains inactive.
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