Zombie television show turns Georgia ...

Zombie television show turns Georgia town into tourism hub

There are 8 comments on the WTAX-AM Springfield story from Mar 29, 2013, titled Zombie television show turns Georgia town into tourism hub. In it, WTAX-AM Springfield reports that:

Frank Hollberg III, whose family has sold furniture in Senoia, Georgia since 1894, laughed as he recalled the odd sight of watching a man walk through the idyllic downtown holding a head in his hand.

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Plebe

Columbus, GA

#1 Mar 31, 2013
Yep. Hollywood exerting its power to influence for good, neutral or evil.
Most get their history from Hollywood.
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"It's got to be true cause I saw it in a movie"
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Just Saying

Lawrence, KS

#2 Jul 11, 2013
Quote From Above Poster:
__________
"It's got to be true cause I saw it in a movie"
__________

LOL. I would say that is a highly debatable if not volatile statement. To such believers I would say...

You'll believe what George Clooney says in a fictional Batman movie...But you cannot have faith in a divine Creator who loves you and has your best interests at heart...Simply because you cannot "see" him? Well, Hollywood celebrities have faith. Faith in the fact that you will keep buying what they're selling. Am I right?

Many debate the scriptures because they say they have never seen a man healed instantaneously or because they cannot walk on water.

That is a very valid argument. But consider this, with an open mind. How many of us have stepped foot on the moon? But yet, we are told this has been done. There are even movies like Apollo 13 to prove it, right?

Is the idea of a divine Creator really that out there? With all of the strange and unexplainable phenomena that occurs every day...Can you really rule that single possibility out?

How can there be those who believe in a devil, but refuse to acknowledge the existence of God.

Even Darwin stated that there was one damaging flaw in his Theory(ies) of Evolution. One which could only be explained...Well, I'll let you look into that one yourself and climb off of this here soapbox.

I find it hard to NOT believe. With all that I have seen and heard in my life. I HAVE TO BELIEVE. I have to believe that for every evil there is a good. That is how the universe usually functions. Opposites always exist. Whether in biology, chemistry, or simple mathematics. The alternative is not a very appealing option or prospect.

"Evil only triumphs when good men {women}do nothing."- paraphrased quotation with additions

Call this the trivia of the day!
Just Saying

Lawrence, KS

#3 Jul 11, 2013
Quote From Above Poster:
_____
"It's got to be true cause I saw it in a movie"
_____

LOL. I would say that is a highly debatable if not volatile statement. To such believers I would say...

You'll believe what George Clooney says in a fictional Batman movie...But you cannot have faith in a divine Creator who loves you and has your best interests at heart...Simply because you cannot "see" him? Well, Hollywood celebrities have faith. Faith in the fact that you will keep buying what they're selling. Am I right?

Many debate the scriptures because they say they have never seen a man healed instantaneously or because they cannot walk on water.

That is a very valid argument. But consider this, with an open mind. How many of us have stepped foot on the moon? But yet, we are told this has been done. There are even movies like Apollo 13 to prove it, right?

Is the idea of a divine Creator really that out there? With all of the strange and unexplainable phenomena that occurs every day...Can you really rule that single possibility out?

How can there be those who believe in a devil, but refuse to acknowledge the existence of God.

Even Darwin stated that there was one damaging flaw in his Theory(ies) of Evolution. One which could only be explained...Well, I'll let you look into that one yourself and climb off of this here soapbox.

I find it hard to NOT believe. With all that I have seen and heard in my life. I HAVE TO BELIEVE. I have to believe that for every evil there is a good. That is how the universe usually functions. Opposites always exist. Whether in biology, chemistry, or simple mathematics. The alternative is not a very appealing option or prospect.

"Evil only triumphs when good men {women}do nothing."- paraphrased quotation with additions

Call this the trivia of the day!
Just Saying

Lawrence, KS

#4 Jul 11, 2013
Quote From Above Poster:
____
"It's got to be true cause I saw it in a movie"
____

LOL. I would say that is a highly debatable if not volatile statement. To such believers I would say..

You'll believe what George Clooney says in a fictional Batman movie,but you cannot have faith in a divine Creator who loves you and has your best interests at heart..Simply because you cannot "see" him? Well, Hollywood celebrities have faith. Faith in the fact that you will keep buying what they're selling. Am I right?

Many debate the scriptures because they say they have never seen a man healed instantaneously or because they cannot walk on water.

That is a very valid argument. But consider this, with an open mind. How many of us have stepped foot on the moon? But yet, we are told this has been done. There are even movies like Apollo 13 to prove it, right?

Is the idea of a divine Creator really that out there? With all of the strange and unexplainable phenomena that occurs every day..Can you really rule that single possibility out?

How can there be those who believe in a devil, but refuse to acknowledge the existence of God.

Even Darwin stated that there was one damaging flaw in his Theory(ies) of Evolution. One which could only be explained..Well, I'll let you look into that one yourself and climb off of this here soapbox.

I find it hard to NOT believe. With all that I have seen and heard in my life. I HAVE TO BELIEVE. I have to believe that for every evil there is a good. That is how the universe usually functions. Opposites always exist. Whether in biology, chemistry, or simple mathematics. The alternative is not a very appealing option or prospect.

"Evil only triumphs when good men {women}do nothing."- paraphrased quotation with additions

Call this the trivia of the day!
Just Saying

Lawrence, KS

#5 Jul 11, 2013
Ooops....Did I do that? Seems like it went on there twice!

TV Trivia Fact 2: I NEVER REALLY CARED FOR STEVE IRKEL. I don't even know if I spelled the name right.(:D) Guess I don't fit into the typical fanfare.

TEE-HEE HEE...OH WELL!
HAVE A GOOD ONE Y'ALL!
Zenith

Pittsview, AL

#6 Jul 12, 2013
He got speared through the heart by a manta ray!
Just Saying

Lawrence, KS

#7 Jul 13, 2013
No, hon. Not Steve Irwin...The Crocodile Hunter. I meant Steve Irkel (Irkle) from Family Matters. The nerd who was always breaking things. Not that there is anything wrong with nerds. I have been guilty of being a nerd almost my whole life. And I have an uncanny ability to break things. Maybe that's why I don't much care for Steve. Kind of a guilt-trip thing. I'm just not as bad as he was.
Wade

Decatur, GA

#8 Jul 15, 2013
Nothing wrong with a town benefitting from the TV show

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