Gawker keeps the zombie news coming with an interesting look at the last day of Rudy Eugene, the Miami Zombie. Check it out:
The day of the now-infamous incident began at Eugene’s girlfriend’s house in Miami Gardens, where he spent the early morning hours rifling through their clothes “in a mania.” He then left unexpectedly to visit a friend who lives in northwest Miami-Dade…
Here’s the uncut 23-minute video of the Miami face eating attack. The Police arrive around minute 18. You can’t see much, but, after all, this is a video of a person’s face being eaten, so please watch at your own discretion.
The Buzzfeed staff just posted a smart list about how pop culture hasn’t prepared us for the Floridian Zombie Apocalypse. Thoughts?
Excerpt:- When do you stop trusting the federal government?
The state government?
The local cops?
- How long until your neighbors turn on you or you turn on them?
- When does it go from “looting” to “survival”?
- How do you gather survival gear without tipping off other people to raid your house?
- Once the stores are emptied, when do you starting breaking into homes/offices?
- How long until the electricity goes off? The water filtration systems? The Internet?
I’m less afraid of a worldwide zombie apocalypse than I am of visiting Florida.
Here’s to that.
Buzzfeed also has a great roundup of the event unfolding within Florida (with photos!) and a bit more details. Here’s an excerpt, check it out. Stay informed. Stay frosty.
An anesthesiologist is pulled over on the Central Florida Greenway by highway patrol for erratic driving. After failing a sobriety test, the doctor is placed into the back of a cop car where he becomes agitated and enraged, banging his head against the inside of the car until he bleeds and ends up spitting an entire mouthful of blood into the face of the arresting officer.
Gawker has a great round up of the insanity happening in our wonderful Sunshine State, here’s an excerpt:
On 5/20, the first real sign of trouble: 41-year-old Dr. Zachary Bird, was arrested by the Florida Highway Patrol near Orlando and charged with felony battery charges for spitting blood in a patrolman’s face. He was also “extremely agitated and enraged,” and repeatedly banged his head on the patrol car’s plexiglass partition “until he bled.”