Are you Prepared for the Zombie Apocalypse?

Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by Thanantos, Apr 7, 2012.

  1. SgtDuster

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  2. vortexau

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    CDC reassures the public that zombies don't exist

    Did the CDC really need to reassure Americans there is no zombie apolcalypse?

    Well, it was Americans who were involved.[​IMG]

    Did this man call what we refer to as Zombies- "Morans"? Was he really inciting Zombie/Morans to seek out brain-food, so to speak?

    Get A Brain Morans

    Very strange, three names that pop-up with involvement in regard to Zombie portrayal in screen entertainment are: David (Dylan Moran), James Moran, and Nick Moran.



    CDC Confirms Zombies by Denying Them: Operation "Pretend Nothing is Happening" is a Go
  3. Storm Shadow

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    americans live in constant fear of fear it self from what im led to believe
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    zombies wont last here anyway,
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    Then again DropBears are easy prey for Tree Snakes, but Tree Snakes have their own predators in . . .

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    . . . the form of
    Giant Queensland Snake-devouring Spiders

    This may be why there is little chance of any Zombie Apocalypse developing here-abouts. Too many natural predators that can finish off zombies.
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    thats a good point, imagine what the dingos would think of these open meat bags walking around, mmm lunch on the run ;-)
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    CDC Confirms Zombies by Denying Them: Operation "Pretend Nothing is Happening" is a Go
    :lol3
    "So this simply means one thing: There are zombies man. <- In Tommy Chong’s voice."
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    Scope is here. I'm ready. My little Ruger .22 was very accurate at 100yards with iron sights before the scope, so now it will be easy! I just need more ammo.
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  10. 100mpg

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    :lol3 true...
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    Good notice!

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    But, that idea does introduce another theme (outside of mindless microwave-brain-fried Wandering folk going "Uh-huh!" repeatedly), -
    In one Zombie flick (The Dawn of the Dead?) a character observed that the Walkers were drawn to the Mall as it was a familiar envivroment from their former living state.

    So, how does one distract a Zombie?

    Have a lot of items in your backpack that look/act like cellphones. Pull one out, hold it to your ear, and hand it over with a "Its for you!"

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    Interesting thought- but take that one step further- build little IEDs into old discarded cellphones. THEN hand one to all the Z you see. "It's for you" and RUN like hell. (see the problem with Zombie pieces earlier in this thread)
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    they read my mind... :poser That is too funny, they hit it right on the head with this sticker. I mean, oh, thats a terrible thing to say.:D

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    Therein surfaces the major problem with conventional firearms-

    The ammunition is not re-usable, in the field, and you cannot carry infinite ammo.

    Best Weapons for a Zombie Apocalypse


    That means that one either discards weapons for which one has exhausted the carried ammunition -- or, pack them away and carry the weight until one can break into another gun shop and stock-up once more. That's assuming there is any left.

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    Crossbow

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    Compound Bow

    In skilled hands the compound bow has the advantage of discharging an arrow more often in rate-of-fire, while the crossbow is still effective in the hands of the less skilled.

    The messy bit, with both, is retrieving one's bolts or arrows. But unlike firearms, if one can retrieve spent missiles them one can carry on employing the weapon.

    So, think on that! Firearms in use could well be regarded as Zombie Magnets, along with attracting undesirable attention from other survivors who may not have kindly intentions towards YOU!

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    Telescoping Nightstick

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    Multi - Purpose 5-in-One Survival Shovel

    Interestingly squidoo - Best Weapons FAZA dismissed both plain chainsaw & katana as unreliable weapons.

    Maybe (along with the machete) it may take a good quality Broadsword to qualify as a dependable Zombie Slice & Dice weapon? I recall R.E. Howard's favorite Cimmerian warrior had no great difficulty in cleaving through his foes from shoulder to crotch, . . .
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    DC2wheels had a novel take on cellphones as a distraction device for zombies:
    On top of that, I see exploding superglue pods built into these, capable of instantly cementing tight-packs of zombies head-to-head, with the endmost zombie "tethered" to a lamp-pole?
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    What supplies should we have in order to be ready for the zombies, other than a KLR of course? Thanks
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    Is this an option on the new Truimph Explorer, or is it more aftermarket? :photog