Archive for June 6th, 2012
June 6, 2012 – Can someone please tell me what the hell is happening in our society with all this flesh eating crap going on?
Here in Georgia the series, “Walking Dead,” is being filmed in the small town of Senoia which is just a few miles from where I live. In fact I drove through Senoia this afternoon while they were filming. Didn’t see any zombies though.
Maybe it’s because of the Zombie thing, but damn there sure seems to be a lot of cannibal stories breaking the news recently. With all the crap that Bush was blamed for I’m thinking it’s time Obama got blamed for this one. -JRoycroft
- Man Bites Off Chunk Of Victims Face
- South Beach Cannibal
- Man Threatens To Eat Cop
- Woman Bites Man, Spits Flesh In His Face
- Canadian Psycho Cannibal
- Accused Cannibal Luka Rocco Magnotta Found in Berlin; Blogger Muses About Missed Connection for Friendship, Murder (observer.com)
- Cannibalism is alive and well … (sebaspace.wordpress.com)
- Zombie Apocalypse: Swedish Man Bites Off Wife’s Lips (webpronews.com)
- Miami Cannibal Attack Latest Sign Of ‘#Zombie Apocalypse’ (mccannexposure.wordpress.com)
- 7 disturbing new cases of alleged cannibalism (purestrange.wordpress.com)
- Drugged Up Cannibal Apocolypse (tellie689.wordpress.com)
June 6, 2012 – Today is the 68th anniversary of one of the worst days in the history of the United States. D-Day.
By Neal Boortz
Someone walks up to you and asks you if you know about Operation Neptune. Probably you don’t. After all, it was 68 years ago, and most of the people listening to my show weren’t around. This was the Allied invasion – if you will – of Europe, a Europe under the control of the Germans. Do you want an idea of how big this operation was? Well around 160,000 troops landed on the beaches of Normandy that morning .. starting around 6:30. But the night before over 24,000 Allied troops parachuted into the French countryside behind German front lines. How many Allied ships did it take to pull this off? Try 5000. And how many Allied troops died that day? Try 10,000.
I know it’s a long time ago .. but this is a Day to Remember. You might find it very interesting to head to the Internet, Google “D-Day” and do some history reading.