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Again with Bashing Zombies to do Disaster Preparedness?!

When will the Disaster-Preparedness-Industrial-Complex realize it isn’t cool to defame Zombies to promote being ready for disasters?

What would happen if there was an outbreak of smallpox, flu or anthrax?

The response would be the same even if zombies attacked.

More than two dozen students at the University of Rhode Island ran a mock dispensing clinic, handing out anti-viral medication during a zombie apocalypse.

But instead of medication, it was Sour Patch Kids and Gummy Bears.

I literally cannot fathom the reasoning here! You cannot use ‘medication’ to rid yourself of a minority group you don’t like! That is NOT COOL!

Outrageous. Truly. When you think about it, the University of Rhode Island, or at least their pharmacy program, is promoting a potential genocide against the Undead.. using Gummy Bears.

The Zombie Rights Campaign condemns this activity in the strongest possible terms. For shame, University of Rhode Island, and special condemnation and shame for Professor Jef Bratberg, who seems to be the ringleader in this gruesome little circus.

For shame.

For more information see this video:

About The Author

The role of 'Administrator' will be played tonight by John Sears, currently serving as President of The Zombie Rights Campaign.


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