Gun control has always been a major issue of debate in America — right up alongside the more recently heated topics of abortion, same-sex marriage and health care — but the tragic shooting of 71 people during a Colorado theater’s showing of ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ has given this controversy a brand new spotlight.
Apparently not everyone is convinced that zombies don’t exist, even after the government so graciously cleared up this matter for us. The residents of Bangor, Maine — eight counties worth of people, actually — are among these non believers. In fact, this past Thursday they all participated in an emergency zombie apocalypse drill of sorts in the event that the undead will rise in the near future.
We’ve known for a while now that a zombie attack would soon be upon us. How we could not? There have simply been way too many signs — Bill Clinton openly partying with porn stars instead of in the privacy of his own home (just kidding, there’s no proof… yet), women are taking naked strolls through stores, and, probably the biggest hint of them all, the Hannibal Lecter-style Florida zombie attack.
Here’s a look at some notable birthdays being celebrated today:
Breckin Meyer Age: 38 Occupation: Actor, writer and producer Known For: Most recently playing lawyer Jared Franklin on the TNT drama ‘Franklin & Bash’; voicing and producing the animated show ‘Robot Chicken’; and starring in ‘Road Trip,’ ‘Rat Race’ and a string of 90s movies and TV series.
Phil Campbell Age: 51 Occupation: Rock guitarist Known For: Playing lead guitar in the rock band Motorhead, recruiting ex-Saxon drummer Peter Gill into the group, and most recently laying down the guitar lines for ‘The World Is Yours’ album.
Who would’ve thought that a simple Congressional bill aimed at ending online piracy with the same potential to censor the entire internet community would cause such a mass panic? But that’s exactly what’s going on, especially with Twitter users.
Why did the average American go online? For no particular reason (Ba-dum-bum).
Although this may not become the newest joke anytime soon, it’s actually a true statement. According to a new report from the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project, 53 percent of 18- to 29-year-old Americans go online just for fun or to waste time. With 2,260 participating adults, it turns out that 58 percent of all adults go online for the same reason.
Dr. Kim D. Janda, a Scripps Research Institute professor, is one of the leading experts, having made addiction vaccines his main priority for the past 25 years. “We view this as an alternative or better way for some people,” he tells The New York Times in reference to rehab programs.
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