Well, I'm still not seeing anything about an ex, even in the cache (http://webcache.googleusercontent.c...ing-zombie-targets/ &cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=uk) Again, the only one who mentioned "the ex" seems to be the original link, so is it possible it was listed under that blog, and not what the company itself marketed? Because yet again, you guys are ignoring the issue in relation to the claim you originally made. But even it was, I've already said so what? Shinjo, going back to your post answer me 2 questions, 1) how in any way was the NRA involved in this? Because that was your original political claim.The only connection that exists is that this company sold some of these targets at a booth at the NRA convention.... 2) You, as well as the blogger, you linked to as supporting evidence, made this about linking to violence in relation to gender issues, despite the fact that the company has more than a dozen male zombies, and just happens to have a one that's female. Maybe you should go back and re-read the blog you linked to, because it's a lot stronger than what you are now claiming. I could accept if you just read the title of that blog and threw it up as a link without really reading it, but there is a disconnect to what you posted in your recent post and what you originally linked to. So it's not a straw man to bring up examples like the Walking Dead or whatnot, but in relation to your original claim. (Btw-You defended song lyrics specifically in an old discussion about race. It wasn't a "banning vs not banning" music discussion, but you indicated that violent rap lyrics were a way for those who write them to reflect about taking back some control. The point you made back then was that rappers don't actually hate women, but that the lyrics are a reaction to a situation. The point is that applies to anything, as such things are reflection across multiple genres in all media.) Have you guys ever seen shows like The Deadilest Warrior, where historical figures are matched up in hypothetical battle? The targets they use are much more "reactive" than bleeding zombies, so people want to buy similar things. Because zombie targets can just be zombie targets, and nothing more has to be read into them.