- 01-24-14 12:20 PM #1
So are we as a society seriously worried about this problem? Maybe we should legalize pot and ban television......?
- 01-24-14 12:46 PM #2CTSCHICK Guest
Walking Dead merchandise
- 01-24-14 12:53 PM #3
Uhuh......... alright then. But we should still legalize cannabis.
- 01-24-14 01:17 PM #4
It's a marketing scheme. Don't panic.
- 01-24-14 01:25 PM #5
I see..... I suppose its no worse than someone like me believing that the government will collapse leaving us with little more than what we have and what we can live to get. It just took me off guard. Zombies?????? OK, then.
- 01-24-14 02:59 PM #6
Zombie Apocalypse Survival Kit???? Just goes to prove that P.T. Barnum was correct. A sucker truly IS born every minute.
- 01-24-14 03:05 PM #7
- 01-24-14 03:21 PM #8
The range we are members at has zombie targets you can purchase to practice with. Just in case....
- 01-24-14 03:34 PM #9
Once upon a time it was the British. Not too long ago it was the Communists and now it is the Zombies! People like to fear.
- 01-24-14 04:10 PM #10
- 01-24-14 04:16 PM #11Cadillac Owners Master
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And Marie Antionette never said "Let them eat cake"
I could do this all day.
But if George A. Romero is to be believed (as the inventor of the "Zombie" in a non voodoo sense, he probably is to be believed) the only positive way to survive a Zombie Apocalypse is to "Be a Pennsylvanian...preferably Irish."
That being said, I'll be fine without that kit.
Zombies in the 2010's represent urbanites' fear of rapidly growing technology and proximity to others. This is the only reason why the traditional "Zombie Plan" involves fleeing to someplace as rural and remote and with as basic technology and as few neighbours as possible.
- 01-24-14 04:38 PM #12CTSCHICK Guest
People look to deep into things zombies are nothing but a metaphor for people that are ill prepared for situations that want to to take or use your stuff simple as that.
- 01-24-14 05:30 PM #13
Movies have been called (quite properly i might add) the new american art form. All art means something. Whether it represents love, hate, fear, or a complete lack of any kind of order. No one knows what George A Ramero was trying to say with his original zombie flick. But I'll tell you one thing, he did a damn fine job with it. I just seriously doubt we will be in need of a zombie apocalypse kit.
- 01-24-14 06:31 PM #14
- 01-24-14 07:46 PM #15Cadillac Owners Master
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Don't mean to blow up a zombie thread. But this does fall under the "really?!?!?" subject.
I saw this on a news article this morning around 11:30 and started watching it. It was going for just under $6,000.
At 6:20 pm I showed a co worker and I was amazed that it was at $20,000.
Now at 7:20, an hour later, it's over $32,000.
All for a super rare video that has a Shitty label.
Look at this on eBay:
NES Nintendo World Championship Cart RARE Torn Label 100% Authentic Adult Owned
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