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Was The Mark meat even needed?

posted by Dr Lance VanBoobenHousen on - last edited - Viewed by 556 users

they had a lot of cheese, a feild full of corn and veg. so was it even nessasery to cut off that 4 eyed assholes legs and serve them up? they could have just served a huge salad? and THAT ladies and germs is why i killed them, both of them

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  • @Milosuperspesh said: brenda emphasized the injured/people who will die anyway..

    but all the fuss they make and the supplies they use to keep him alive after chopping his legs off is actually more work and effort than just taking the arrow out packing the wound and sewing it up...

    which imo is not 'smart/intelligent' and legs do not grow back if they did we would not have amputies / a need for prosthetic limbs....




    HA HA thats the truth! I lost a toe in 2010 and they in fact do not grow back.:D

  • @ozzmann said: HA HA thats the truth! I lost a toe in 2010 and they in fact do not grow back.:D

    i lost my mind in 2000....;)

  • @CapnJay said: Your a moron.

    The Real reason that serving Mark meat is unnecessary because they have boxes of meat in the meat locker. Lee can comment on it. If that meats tainted why not throw it out if it's not tainted why not serve it?

    *You're


    Also: When Danny says "tainted" meat, he means the person became a zombie before they could get the meat. Once they reanimate, its inedible.

  • @UnknownFox said:

    If they feed Mark to the group, perhaps they felt they could persuade them in a way, that "the meat wasnt so bad after all" and allow them to make the group understand sometimes it is for the best to kill and eat others.

    I can see them using it as an initiation as they said they needed help.
    i think whoever accepted cannibalism would be allowed to stay and the rest would be let go or quietly butchered.

    As for it being not necessary, they were also paying off the bandits with meat. They need as much as they can get and if they didn't try to recruit the group i think they all would have been killed. No-one leaves that farm

  • I was thinking that the mother had a "let's not waste any good food"-mindset. One of the St. Johns-brothers obviously enjoys killing. Perhaps he went behind his mother's and brother's back, saying he "found" some mortally wounded people?

    Notice the trap in the barn, inside the "slaughter room"? It looks a lot like the one the teacher gets stuck in at the beginning of the episode, doesn't it? Lee comments that the trap doesn't have a release pin. If the hunter wanted to catch animals, why would he go through the bother of modifying the trap? I think the St. John modified the trap so that he could get fresh meat for himself and his family.

    How much his brother and mother were involved, I don't know. The brother who doesn't love killing (I should really learn their names) seems to be the handyman around the house though, so he might've modified the trap.

  • @Discon said: I was thinking that the mother had a "let's not waste any good food"-mindset. One of the St. Johns-brothers obviously enjoys killing. Perhaps he went behind his mother's and brother's back, saying he "found" some mortally wounded people?

    Notice the trap in the barn, inside the "slaughter room"? It looks a lot like the one the teacher gets stuck in at the beginning of the episode, doesn't it? Lee comments that the trap doesn't have a release pin. If the hunter wanted to catch animals, why would he go through the bother of modifying the trap? I think the St. John modified the trap so that he could get fresh meat for himself and his family.

    How much his brother and mother were involved, I don't know. The brother who doesn't love killing (I should really learn their names) seems to be the handyman around the house though, so he might've modified the trap.

    I got the same creepy murderer vibe from Danny (LOL, it took me forever to learn their names, too!). I halfway expected him at some point in the woods to tell me that I had a "purdy mouf".

    Andy always seemed a tad less creepy. He was certainly complicit in what was going on - he was the the one that turned on the electric fence (he admits to it, but says it was an "accident"), and he is also the one to lock up the back of the barn (meaning he must knew SOMETHING about what went on in there, including the modified traps).

  • to be fair even kenny cant remember the brothers names and he's only a couple letters away from Danny himself

  • They were the ones who set the traps! The one that got the high school music teacher looked like the exact same trap in the locked room in the barn. They were not simply eating the injured that were going to die, they were the ones that injured them!

    Oh, and everyone's spelling is TERRIBLE! No wonder you all can't figure it out.

    Your - Possession
    You're - You are.
    Their - Possession
    There- Location
    They're- They are

  • @Mstone45 said: They were the ones who set the traps! The one that got the high school music teacher looked like the exact same trap in the locked room in the barn. They were not simply eating the injured that were going to die, they were the ones that injured them!

    Oh, and everyone's spelling is TERRIBLE! No wonder you all can't figure it out.

    Your - Possession
    You're - You are.
    Their - Posession
    There- Location
    They're- They are

    Had you been reading this thread (or any other thread considering episode two), you would have realized that we have already reached the aforementioned conclusion you believe us all to be too "bad at spelling" to figure out. (As if correct word usage has anything to do with understanding narrative clues within visual media, anyway.)

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