Esteves wrote:Well, he is the "Thread Necromancer", and it is on topic, and necrotic and...
Sorry, I made it through about 9 pages, not all 27. Lol
Yes, he takes it so seriously that we have a competition named after him and his Zed fascination/preoccupation:Cyberfly wrote:Yup yup yup.
We take our zombie survival very seriously here.
Just ask blue...
Dude!!! You should SO market that!!Esteves wrote:My 6YO (almost 7) and I invented a variant on Checkers that we call "Zombie Checkers"
Play as regular Checkers, except:
* One player is designated zombies, the other is humans/scientists.
* Instead of removing the opponent's piece when jumped, it gets replaced with one of yours (turned into a zombie or "cured")
Zombies are getting to be too mainstream - they aren't as fun any more I'm switching to reavers. :thumb:When big, news-breaking stuff happens on campus, you want to know, right? But seriously, how can we let you know if we don’t know how to contact you? Bengalerts: the new ISU Emergency Notification System can help. Once you sign up, we’ll use every means possible—email, text, voice message—to get info to you about anything that might affect your health and safety at ISU—and what you should do about it. This includes building or school closures, weather emergencies, and, of course, zombie attacks.
Because, you never know what might happen, right?
[How to subscribe information redacted]
That’s it–except for packing your zombie apocalypse survival kit. Better get on it.
Cyberfly wrote:But...there IS no escaping Reavers!
They have spaceships and will kill you and rape you and eat your face and... eww...I got chills. I skeered myself.
Actually, with the numerous acts of cannibalism that have been on the news, they may be closer than you think.Cyberfly wrote:Well, hey. If you're willing to wait umpteen hunnerd years for them to get made and git here, then more power to ya.
And when he loses, they'll riot. The Mayans may yet be right :laugh:Cyberfly wrote:Me? I'm preparing for the mindless hordes. They should be casting their votes for Obama this November...
SEATTLE (AP) — The infection is as grim as it sounds: "Zombie bees" have a parasite that causes them to fly at night and lurch around erratically until they die.
And experts say the condition has crept into Washington state.
"I joke with my kids that the zombie apocalypse is starting at my house," said Mark Hohn, a novice beekeeper who spotted the infected insects at his suburban Seattle home.
Hohn returned from vacation a few weeks ago to find many of his bees either dead or flying in jerky patterns and then flopping on the floor.
He remembered hearing about zombie bees, so he collected several of the corpses and popped them into a plastic bag. About a week later, the Kent man had evidence his bees were infected: the pupae of parasitic flies.
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