Feb. 14th, 2011

macdobhran: Whoop Ass (Zombieland Rule #15)
Although they have enough food to sustain your group for years, supermarkets are also dangerous. Their huge glass doors, even when locked and gated, provide little protection. The exterior of a supermarket is a giant display window, meant to show the fresh, delicious food within. With humans on the inside and zombies on the outside, that is exactly what it will do. The smaller, family-owned markets of the inner city can serve quite well as temporary havens. To protect against theft and riot, all have strong steel gates, some even solid roll-down shutters. If you find yourself in on, remember to eat perishables first.
macdobhran: Whoop Ass (Jeopardy)
Do-dee-do-do-do-dee-do do-dee-do-do-DUPE-do-do-do-do... )















ANSWER: AS THE BIRTHPLACE OF THIS COMPANY, FREMONT, MICHIGAN, CALLS ITSELF THE "BABY FOOD CAPITAL OF THE WORLD"
macdobhran: Whoop Ass (Zombieland Rule #12)
Although each zombie attack is different, given the number, terrain, reaction of the general populace, etc., its level of intensity can be measured in four distinct classes.

Class 2

Urban or densely populated rural areas are included in this level of outbreak. Total zombies will range between twenty and one hundred. Total human casualties may reach as high as several hundred. The duration of a Class 2 attack may last no longer than a Class 1 outbreak. Bands of civilians will be replaced by local, state, even federal law enforcement. Look for an additional, if low-level, military response, the National Guard in the United States or its equivalent abroad. Class 2 outbreaks almost always attract the press.
macdobhran: Whoop Ass (Zombieland Rule #4)
These small, multipoint devices were used in feudal Japan to pierce a human skull. In appearance they resemble a steel, two-dimensional replica of a shining star, hence their nickname, "throwing stars." In expert hands, they could easily bring down a zombie. However, as with many weapons discussed, the throwing star requires great expertise. Unless you are on of the few masters of this art (only a handful can still claim this title), refrain from such an exotic method.
macdobhran: Whoop Ass (Jeopardy)
Do-dee-do-do-do-dee-do do-dee-do-do-DUPE-do-do-do-do... )















ANSWER: THIS PENNSYLVANIA TOWN IS THE "WEATHER CAPITAL OF THE WORLD," NOT JUST ON FEBRUARY 2, BUT ALL YEAR LONG
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