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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by Thanantos, Apr 7, 2012.
One Month to go people.... Make it count!
so i don't have to get my truck OR bike inspected? awesome.
so...I cheaped out and did not buy the SOG or other expensive machetes. I just bought 4 of the 5$ ones! Christmas gifts.
Harbor freight? got a model number?
True, you avoid zombies --- but you end up fighting apes! :eek1
i think its 3 separate items you have to build your self, but ask at the service desk and describe what you want, im sure they will help you out
I've been watching zombie slaying instructional videos and am now seeking appropriate weapons
Zombies shall fall beneath my mighty weapons! rawr!
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That is a great movie. I am now totally prepared. Perfect for zombies. cheaper and quiet(er) then a, a well, every thing. Yeah I know, bow and arrows are silent, I would like to see you carrying about 1000 rounds of arrows...
What? You don't reuse most of your bullets? That's sooooo inefficient...
I fear most are missing out on one fact!
Why waste zombies?
Use them as a re-newable resource:
Explaining Zombie Biodiesel (Zombie-diesel) (1800x1800 pixel image)\
To exploit zombies as a power-source on the road, you need to start with something that can contain the whole sequence (zombie-to-fuel usage).
Start with one of these and mount a good size PTO woodchipper on the front hydraulic arms. The intake (of the woodchipper) should face forward and the output stack should be positioned to direct the raw materials towards a good catching funnel behind the cab. This funnel connects to the serial processor tanks in the rear where the bio-mass is refined and converted to Zombie-Diesel.
The refined Zombie-Diesel powers the complete rig. A towed armored caravan can expand limited living space confined to the between-rams cavity just behind the cabin. A covered expanding walkway connects over the top for access to the towed living quarters.
A Zombie-proof ripstop Kevlar cover protects the towed expanded living quarters.
Prepared? Yep, lots of water, food, fuel, guns, and ammo.
Oh, and a very reliable KLR.
Mad Moto Marko
Hmmm? That fuel- (talking of petroleum-sourced mineral variety) you may be requiring something similar to the beseiged isolated mini-refinery shown as a major plot highlight in Mad Max 2:
That required serious defending effort, from all the scum that swarmed about it like bees around honey:
Just trying to use some of the product itself required even more battle.
We had this convo at length on T-day night (fueled by much red wine).
1. Vampire dies. Depending on which version of vampire you think is accurate, many vampires that drink from dead creatures are then mortal / killed.
2. Nothing. Both are a separate form of undead. Neither can 'Kill' the other (other than the vampire could do the same trauma attack that we can to a zombie)
3. Vombies. (this would hold true if the other direction works too, if a zombie bit a vampire, depending on which version of zombie infection you you believe accurate) They speed up, they can think, they heal, gain much strength..... We'd be screwed. Maybe much akin to what was portrayed in I Am Legend. ONLY positives are that possibly the vombie would be vulnerable to a chest wound as well, rather than headshot/decaps only and a possibility of daylight safety.
^^^ THIS needs to be a poll. I vote Vombies.
For the sake of higher chances of my survival I would go with Zompires:
Slow, stupid, lumbering undead vampires that only try to bite you in the neck, in stead of try to bite you anywhere like zombies.
Although for all the preppers with loads of ammo and an itchy finger, I think zombies or vombies would be more fun.
What are you going to teach them to smoke to slowly kill them with cancer?
send on a small touch screen by a guy with fat fingers
Which Bite Wins?
chuck norris cant be killed can he
Chuch Norris facts - Werewolf
Chuck Norris - Wackypedia entry