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05-09-2014 11:38 PM
oysterman23
Re: Would a sailboat be a good place to be

So how do you Know itsa friendly
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05-09-2014 08:20 PM
miatapaul
Re: Would a sailboat be a good place to be

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This actually has implications for boaters:

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Sorry....
Feel sorry for anyone in a wood boat when they are around! Love the guy who throws his own foot!

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05-09-2014 07:25 PM
christian.hess
Re: Would a sailboat be a good place to be

is it me or was the title of the movie misleading?

jejeje
05-09-2014 06:28 PM
Bene505
Re: Would a sailboat be a good place to be



Regards,
Brad
05-08-2014 07:33 PM
Kielanders
Re: Would a sailboat be a good place to be

Newbie here with a few quick questions.

Would a solo non-stop unassisted circumnavigation on a sailboat be a good way to avoid the zombies?

If so, I'm pretty sure I want to use this approach.

Followup Questions:

What's a zombie?
What's a sailboat?
What's a circumnavigation?

Thanks in advance for your help.
05-08-2014 02:36 PM
nighthawk
Re: Would a sailboat be a good place to be

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Originally Posted by flyingwelshman View Post
This actually has implications for boaters:



Sorry....
Well, now! That didn't go where I expected it to at all. Glad the zombie thread is revived again tho! HEHEHEHE
05-08-2014 01:39 PM
vega1860
Re: Would a sailboat be a good place to be

I see I have picked the perfect time to revisit this thread
05-08-2014 12:37 PM
christian.hess
Re: Would a sailboat be a good place to be

ajajaajaja! man
05-08-2014 12:24 PM
MedSailor
Re: Would a sailboat be a good place to be

Quote:
Originally Posted by flyingwelshman View Post
This actually has implications for boaters:



Sorry....

That, my friend, was the best 1:42 seconds of time I've spent in recent memory.

MedSailor
05-08-2014 12:14 PM
Boasun
Re: Would a sailboat be a good place to be

Well John Ringo has started a series about the Z.A.. The first two books are really interesting and does set up a passible senario.
1. Under a graveyard sky.
2. To sail a darkling sea.
Now waiting for the third book in the series...which should be out in late August.
To think that some genius who is stupid enough to develop a zombie causing virus and spread through air fresheners in public bath rooms.
That is the primus(sp?) of the first book. And the only survivors are living on boats at sea.
You will laugh at their views on the M-4 weapon. It is designed to only piss off your enemies and before the Viet Nam war the weapons used killed people. Actually from the AR-15 to the M-4 the idea was to wound the enemy. Yes I was there and elected to carry an M-14 plus operate a Ma-duce BMG. And being brown Water Navy, I rode the water ways of that country and didn't have to go for long walks in the country.
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