Comment of the Day: Why Man Who Ate Dog Brings Talk of Zombies
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We told you about Michael Daniel, the Waco man who ate his family's dog while it was still alive.
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Commenters quickly mentioned zombies, and one explained why.
Because we are at a loss as to what to do with these people. The war on drugs has failed and more and more people are doing straight up crazy s^*$ because of stuff like this. I think a charge of animal cruelty is letting this guy off easy. He should be required to be hospitalized and undergo a mental evaluation, at the least.
The "zombie" thing is, I think, because people struggle with the feeling of helplessness at the craziness of the world these days. It's a coping mechanism.
"If we can laugh at it, it's not quite so bad."
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