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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by Thanantos, Apr 7, 2012.
The meth problem in northern CO would make anyone a believer in the walking dead.
its already real!! and im sure with some development the CDC can engineer a variation for humans:eek1
A stalk of the newfound fungus species Ophiocordyceps camponoti-balzani, grows out of a "zombie" ant's head in a Brazilian rain forest.
Originally thought to be a single species, called Ophiocordyceps unilateralis, the fungus is actually four distinct speciesall of which can "mind control" antsscientists announced Wednesday.
check it out for yourself>http://news.nationalgeographic.com/...fungus-new-species-fungi-bugs-science-brazil/
Potential zombie infestation?
I strongly suggest taking the higher ground and staying above the fray as long as possible. This would allow the rider to deliver well placed steel toe boot kicks to their diseased craniums. Additionally the large diameter wheels would roll easily over the ever increasing depth of finally "deceased" zombie carcasses- it's gonna' get deep out there.
YIKES! My first thought was an "Ant-alope", a distant cousin of this:
Which in its own right could be a precursor to the modern animal zombie........
Watch the movie "The Serpent and The Rainbow", or read the book and you decide. 'Resurrected dead' doesn't necessarily entail said dead eating the flesh of the living.
(am I the only one who sees the humor in that this thread started up on Easter weekend? )
it was a close call at my sisters house on Easter.....but it had to be done. Not suitable for children.
Nah, it was just resurrected.
They are the first to go when it hits. Too much humor...and as their brains are being sucked out of their heads, they are going to think, "dam, I should have done more"
Yes, way too many "rebuilding" years. But this year.....
Forget dog-based Zombies . . . . you have a rational fear of dangerous dogs.
Much - much - much more dangerous is something that you are handicapped from beginning to flee away . . . .because you may be laughing too hard. In other words, your 'laughter' can get you killed!
You want to know how it all got started? Its like Mad Cow disease . . . feeding a species on itself creates a Feed-Back Loop!
There is the power of the Green Lobby - - - - - conservation - - - - food shortages!
Where's the food going to come from? Simple - - - - we'll just recycle:
Yes! It all started with Soylent Green . . . . . .
I kept it on the wall behind my desk, along with the picture of me geared up in the turret of a Humvee manning the .50 cal.
Of course it's against policy to use it on a kid, but... you know, what kid really wants to be the first test case? :huh
Birdshot? Not a chance. You need significant penetration for brain incapacitation; you don't want to just crater the face. Nothing less than #1 buck - and 00 or slugs would work way better.
I'd take a quiet .22 for loners, and a high capacity 5.56 for ... anything more.
Screech Owl?! Now you're just being ridiculous!
You think Zombie dogs and sheep are bad, what about the endless waves of ZOMBIE MICE created from feasting on the fallen zombies.:huh
Out of of 5 pages of replies, unless I missed it, nobody mentioned that homeboy is rockin' a two handed shotgun. How ya gonna off more that one zombie?! .357 all the way!:
i wasn't aware that there were shotguns you only use one hand with, unless maybe a taurus judge .45/.410
I wouldn't recommend firing THAT with one hand, or without a glove on the front grip. Nor without "can't hear a damned thing" hearing protection.
It must sound and look like an atomic bomb going off. :eek1