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(NBC News)   Just in time for Mayan apocalypse mongering, the seas around Australia have turned to blood. Beware skies dark as sackcloth, dead rising from the grave, Dan Akroyd peddling Ghostbusters III   (photoblog.nbcnews.com) divider line 67
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2012-11-27 03:06:41 PM
Lazarus arose and said we are in for a hell of a time!
 
2012-11-27 03:07:34 PM
I've seen this movie. Is Penelope Cruz in grave danger? If not, I don't care.
 
2012-11-27 03:11:23 PM

Captain Steroid: Now they've got "red tide"?! O_O


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Not impressed.
 
2012-11-27 03:14:24 PM
don't have a tampon big enuff...
 
2012-11-27 03:16:47 PM

CeroX: You guys know that the reason zombies appeal to the masses is because they are a metaphor for the modern general population right?

If things like the economy in the US were to catastrophically collapse, and there was no electricity, food, clean water, and the likes... the ultra modernized people who can't get by day to day without texting or gabbing on their cell phones, the ones who barely know how to boil water, let alone know why they should will panic. That's when the panic will turn into violence. Looting and rioting, people will die, and it won't be with dignity. You can hunker down in a bunker, but when all the easily available food is gone, they will start looting houses. Those with guns and weapons will initially be at the advantage, and desperation makes them dangerous. Once the houses have been pillaged, they will find you in your bunker. They will look for you specifically, knowing you are down there with food and water. You won't be safe, you'll be trapped, and unless you are willing to just stand aside and let them take it all, you'll be dead...

Starting to see the correlations now?

Zombies are scary, because they are people, and masses of desperate, hungry people are far more dangerous than you think...


you're just a crazy mofo, huh.

That wouldn't, and can't, happen. We're not going to all wake up one day to water, gas, electricity, roads, jobs, etc all being gone overnight. That shiat will take years, and we'll either revolt before it actually happens, or we'll sit back and let it happen. Having spent a lot of time in third-world countries that have no water, gas, electrity, sewage, or jobs...people can still be civilized, rational people in such a situation. Sounds to me like someone took the stupid "lord of the flies" book a bit too far in grade school...
 
2012-11-27 03:24:15 PM
Oh the signs were right there, right in front of us! First Dick Clark, then Vidal Sassoon. So many sings, why didn't i pay attention? The Browns beat the Steelers. The sea has turned to blood.
We're so screwed.
 
2012-11-27 03:24:55 PM

XplodedSynapses: Oh the signs were right there, right in front of us! First Dick Clark, then Vidal Sassoon. So many sings SIGNS!, why didn't i pay attention? The Browns beat the Steelers. The sea has turned to blood.
We're so screwed.


/FTFM
 
2012-11-27 03:25:52 PM
Of course, if i had struck out the word sings, it would have looked better. Oh well.
 
2012-11-27 03:40:05 PM
www.reddwarfmedia.com 
/obligatory
 
2012-11-27 04:13:46 PM
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oh. Algae bloom
 
2012-11-27 04:27:03 PM

CeroX: You guys know that the reason zombies appeal to the masses is because they are a metaphor for the modern general population right?

If things like the economy in the US were to catastrophically collapse, and there was no electricity, food, clean water, and the likes... the ultra modernized people who can't get by day to day without texting or gabbing on their cell phones, the ones who barely know how to boil water, let alone know why they should will panic. That's when the panic will turn into violence. Looting and rioting, people will die, and it won't be with dignity. You can hunker down in a bunker, but when all the easily available food is gone, they will start looting houses. Those with guns and weapons will initially be at the advantage, and desperation makes them dangerous. Once the houses have been pillaged, they will find you in your bunker. They will look for you specifically, knowing you are down there with food and water. You won't be safe, you'll be trapped, and unless you are willing to just stand aside and let them take it all, you'll be dead...

Starting to see the correlations now?

Zombies are scary, because they are people, and masses of desperate, hungry people are far more dangerous than you think...


I haven't taken a psychology class since Nixon was in office,but yeah I remember when Hollywood monster flicks played on fears of atomic testing and warfare.

Since the fall of the Soviet Union and the Eastern Bloc, it isn't the scare it used to be.

I knew there was something to the zombie fascination, (and not the classic drugged individual,but from Night of the Living Dead).

Do you think some of us need something to worry about?
 
2012-11-27 04:30:30 PM
maybe this is the so called "blood" from the bible when the rivers turned blood red
 
2012-11-27 05:11:48 PM

CeroX: You guys know that the reason zombies appeal to the masses is because they are a metaphor for the modern general population right?

If things like the economy in the US were to catastrophically collapse, and there was no electricity, food, clean water, and the likes... the ultra modernized people who can't get by day to day without texting or gabbing on their cell phones, the ones who barely know how to boil water, let alone know why they should will panic. That's when the panic will turn into violence. Looting and rioting, people will die, and it won't be with dignity. You can hunker down in a bunker, but when all the easily available food is gone, they will start looting houses. Those with guns and weapons will initially be at the advantage, and desperation makes them dangerous. Once the houses have been pillaged, they will find you in your bunker. They will look for you specifically, knowing you are down there with food and water. You won't be safe, you'll be trapped, and unless you are willing to just stand aside and let them take it all, you'll be dead...

Starting to see the correlations now?

Zombies are scary, because they are people, and masses of desperate, hungry people are far more dangerous than you think...


Well that, and the fact that they're partially decayed, difficult to kill, and given a chance, will pull your intestines out and chew on them while you watch.
 
2012-11-27 05:15:48 PM
Better tell him about the Twinkie.

Am I really the first one?
 
2012-11-27 05:28:33 PM

tb tibbles: atomic testing and warfare


I watched The Abyss again the other day. First time I really noticed all the cold war stuff. Pretty funny and dated!
 
2012-11-27 05:53:51 PM
Pokerface

Or,

shugborough.info 

/obscure?
 
2012-11-28 04:52:39 PM
i297.photobucket.com

I came
 
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