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post #141 of 421 Old 12-27-2011
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How can an off-topic thread get so quickly off-off-topic?

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Don't you see the irony here?

A thread about the undead that won't die!

BTW I think the term we are all thinking of vis a vis bljones is "butterface".
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Couple points...

1st I LOVE ZOMBIES!! always have, always will!! This thread is awesome!

2nd Long distance, silent weapons (who knows what version these zombies will be. The Walking Dead kind or the I am Legend kind!). So arrows and crossbow for me.

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Read the book "World War Z". It discusses taking to boats to escape zombies and what is required to make this effective.
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1st I LOVE ZOMBIES!! always have, always will!! This thread is awesome!

2nd Long distance, silent weapons (who knows what version these zombies will be. The Walking Dead kind or the I am Legend kind!). So arrows and crossbow for me.
Plus, you can re-use or fabricate your own ammo. The downside is the slow rate of fire, and that bows are poor short range weapons. I'll take a bow and a sawed off shotgun for when I'm hard pressed.

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I'll take one of these please:

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Personally, I do NOT want a weapon that is two-stroke powered with a pull-start when I've got a zombie infestation.
*flick*
*prime*
*pbbbtth*
*prime again*
*pbbbttthhh*
*pbbbthh pbbbthh pbbbthh pbbbttthhh ppppbbbbttthhh...*
*pant, pant, pant*
*Open Choke*
*pppbbbtthhhh...ring. RING-DING-DING-DINGGGGGG!!!!!!!*
*Close choke*
*DINGGGGGG!!!!!!...ack.*
*pbbbbthh*

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Personally, I do NOT want a weapon that is two-stroke powered with a pull-start when I've got a zombie infestation.
*flick*
*prime*
*pbbbtth*
*prime again*
*pbbbttthhh*
*pbbbthh pbbbthh pbbbthh pbbbttthhh ppppbbbbttthhh...*
*pant, pant, pant*
*Open Choke*
*pppbbbtthhhh...ring. RING-DING-DING-DINGGGGGG!!!!!!!*
*Close choke*
*DINGGGGGG!!!!!!...ack.*
*pbbbbthh*
This is friggin' priceless. My co-workers are wondering why I'm LMAO.

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Personally, I do NOT want a weapon that is two-stroke powered with a pull-start when I've got a zombie infestation.
*flick*
*prime*
*pbbbtth*
*prime again*
*pbbbttthhh*
*pbbbthh pbbbthh pbbbthh pbbbttthhh ppppbbbbttthhh...*
*pant, pant, pant*
*Open Choke*
*pppbbbtthhhh...ring. RING-DING-DING-DINGGGGGG!!!!!!!*
*Close choke*
*DINGGGGGG!!!!!!...ack.*
*pbbbbthh*
Sounds like foreplay.
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Personally, I do NOT want a weapon that is two-stroke powered with a pull-start when I've got a zombie infestation.
*flick*
*prime*
*pbbbtth*
*prime again*
*pbbbttthhh*
*pbbbthh pbbbthh pbbbthh pbbbttthhh ppppbbbbttthhh...*
*pant, pant, pant*
*Open Choke*
*pppbbbtthhhh...ring. RING-DING-DING-DINGGGGGG!!!!!!!*
*Close choke*
*DINGGGGGG!!!!!!...ack.*
*pbbbbthh*
LMAO!!!!


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