Jan. 24th, 2011

macdobhran: Whoop Ass (Jeopardy)
ANSWER: IT'S A TEN-LETTER WORD FOR AN ORNAMENTAL ARTICLE OR TRINKET



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Disposal

Jan. 24th, 2011 10:42 am
macdobhran: Whoop Ass (Zombieland Rule #2)
Studies have shown that Solanum can still inhabit the body of a terminated zombie for up to forty-eight hours. Exercise extreme care when disposing of undead corpses. The head in particular possesses the most serious hazard, given its concentration of the virus. Never handle an undead corpse without protective clothing. Treat it as you would any toxic, highly lethal material. Cremation is the safest, most effective way of disposal. Despite rumors that a pile of burning corpses will spread Solanum in a cloud of smoking plague, common sense would dicatate that any virus is unable to survive intense heat, to say nothing of an open flame.
macdobhran: Whoop Ass (Jeopardy)
ANSWER: THIS WORD FOR A FEELING OF GREAT FEAR OR TERROR COMES FROM THE OLD GERMAN FOR "TO FEAR"



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macdobhran: Whoop Ass (Zombieland Rule #29)
Definitely the best choice for fleeing an infested area. The motorcycle--specifically the dirt bike--can reach places inaccessible to four-wheeled vehicles. Their speed and maneuverability allow them to be ridden right through a crowd of zombies. Their light weight allows them to be pushed for miles. Of course, there are drawbacks.

Motorcycles have small gas tanks and offer no protection whatsoever. The statistics show, however, that these are small disadvantages. When compared to other motorists attempting to escape a zombie outbreak, dirt-bike riders have a 23-to-1 survival rate. Sadly, 31 percent of motorcycle fatalities come from ordinary accidents. Reckless and/or arrogant riders could find themselves killed just as easily by a crash as by the jaws of the walking dead.
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