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Old 03-31-2013, 10:35 AM
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Yeah it's not about the gore or grossness ... (Even if it looks like that on the surface) it's about the people & how the handle this ... Or how they don't ... Lol
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Old 03-31-2013, 11:10 AM
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Well, the horse part was a little disconcerting. When you first see him I told DH, "I love that horse--he's aesthetically exactly what I want when I go horse shopping!"

Then BAM!-horse gets eaten by zombies. Other than that it was pretty good. I was sort of wondering why the crows weren't nomming the resting zombies though....
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Yeah the horse/dogs getting eaten or implied of being eaten makes me sad .

I think the crows "know" that the walkers aren't really "dead" in the literal since. Crows are one of the smartest animals & I don't think it would take them long to realize that walkers would eat anything that came within arms reach, so maybe they learned not to **** with them.

Also it raised enother question in my mind ... What of the horses / animals? We know that ppl turn when bitten but what about animals if hypothetically, they got away after being bitten ... Would they turn as well like a human would? Would they if they died of causes other then a bite/scratch? Does the "virus live in them too?
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