Friday, April 13, 2007

Taxonomy of Modern Dangers: Are you ready today?

Mugwug reminds us to shift all the guns in the house over to their anti-Zombie loadings for the day.

Happy "hockey mask wearing co-ed slaughtering aquatic zombie day"! :)

9 comments:

Kristopher said...

What kind of loads do we shoot on 4-20?

"Shotgun" loads?

Michael said...

What is an appropriate anti-Zombie load? Seems to me that SS-109 works good on people, Zombies or not. ;)

Tam said...

Penetration to the vitals isn't as important with zombies, as they have no vitals which to penetrate. With the shambling dead I prefer fast, fragile varmint bullets that come apart on impact and blow big divots out of them.

Dr. StrangeGun said...

And *don't* replace your divots.

Tam said...

*Snort!* :D

Diamondback said...

I'm all dressed up with nowhere to go
Walkin' with a dead man over my shoulder

Waiting for an invitation to arrive
Goin' to a party where no one's still alive

I was struck by lighting
Walkin' down the street
I was hit by something last night in my sleep
It's a dead man's party
Who could ask for more
Everybody's comin', leave your body at the door
Leave your body and soul at the door . . .

All dressed up with nowhere to go
Walkin' with a dead man
Waitin' for an invitation to arrive
With a dead man . . . Dead Man . . .

Got my best suit and my tie
Shiny silver dollar on either eye
I hear the chauffeur comin' to the door
Says there's room for maybe just one more . . .

Mark said...

D'you know, I don't think I've ever seen a single claymore used in a Zombie flick.

Somehow, that leaves me feeling all sorta cold and hollow.... ;)

Anonymous said...

I hadn't seen a helicopter used for zomber head removal til grindhouse, but I guess they weren't really zombies soo...

Mugwug said...

.. D'you know, I don't think I've ever seen a single claymore used in a Zombie flick...

I don't remember any claymores being used against zombies in any of the movies I've seen, there were (unconvincing) explosives used in "Day of the Dead II: Contagium", but no claymores.

..I hadn't seen a helicopter used for zomber head removal til grindhouse, but I guess they weren't really zombies soo...

Dude... Romeros classic "Dawn of the Dead" had a zombie climbing over some boxes and getting it's cranium shortened.