Atlanta Zombie Apocalypse

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Good times. I’m the soldier with the goatee.

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    23 Responses to Atlanta Zombie Apocalypse

    1. Who’s that cute girl with the glasses on your right


    2. Don’t you know that Atlanta was completely overrun?


    3. More interested in the cute busty girl to his left. I’d fight zombies with her any day.


    4. The colored girl in the middle has a distinctive unit crest and Army flash on the U.S. Army Beret. Both are illegal for wear unless she is in the Army. If she is, then it is against 670-1 to wear it with civilian clothing, again meaning it is illegal.

      Oh, and the girl on your right, could you post her phone #? JW


      • How often are charges pressed in a case like this?


        • Technically, this is a costume for a commercial performance. Nobody is attempting to impersonate the U.S. Army, etc.

          Also, congratulations on being a racist. She is not “colored”. She was born with dark skin. You are an insult to Star Wars fans.


          • TIL that some people out there consider the word “colored” racist.


            • I am white. White is all colours. I am therefore more coloured than black people.


            • today I learned that TIL stands for today I learned

              I also learned that Bushman is an idiot, and needs to learn some more about common English Terms.

              The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) a civil rights organization for ethnic minorities in the united States.

              “Colored in the U.S.A (also coloured in Canadian, British and Commonwealth spelling) is a term once widely regarded as a description of black people (i.e., persons of sub-Saharan African ancestry; members of the “Black race”) and Native Americans[1]. It should not be confused with the more recent term people of color, which attempts to describe all “non-white peoples”, not just black people.
              Today it is generally no longer regarded as a politically correct term, however even that is debatable, due to its continued occasional appearance, most notably its use in the acronym NAACP. Carla Sims, communications director for the NAACP in Washington, D.C., said “The term ‘colored’ is not derogatory, [the NAACP] chose the word ‘colored’ because it was the most positive description commonly used at that time. It’s outdated and antiquated but not offensive.” [2]”


        • Almost never unless they are trying to present a fraud such as:

          I won the Medal of Honor, you should give me a car.

          *true story

          But in something like this, never. Most people don’t even know, but now you do, and you can square away your friends. The poster is wearing his ACUs correctly, with no distinctive marks (IE US Army, rank, unit patchs and so on)


    5. GrandAdmiralThrawn … I’m saying this as an actual veteran … shut up, nobody cares.

      And who is the epic prow with the zigzag makeup in the first picture? I’d let her eat my flesh any day!


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