.Leadership. It takes strength of character, courage of convictions, and a weapon more badass than all the other douchebags willing to follow you. For the discerning leader of a post-apocalyptic squad, ZT introduces the d’Capitan: Sabre
These "grown-ass men" have been at this for some time now, and they know what they're doing. Their geometry explorations are very important.I mean.....
These are grown-ass men talking about a sci-fi genre like it's actually going to happen. AND they are making tools to use and selling them, for a pretty penny, to other grown-ass men who are indulging in this fantasy, made-up, cukoo shit!
I live in Seattle and spend a fair amount of time worrying about the Cascadian Subduction Zone and the fault that runs just under the surface close to my house. I was here for the Nisqually quake in 2001 and when the proverbial big one hits it's going to be a natural disaster with human consequences beyond anything we've seen in this country before. I'm prepared to last 3+ weeks without access to electricity or running water but I wonder if even that is not enough. There is no way of getting out by vehicle when all the bridges and highways collapse.There's plenty of things out there to worry about that actually fucking exist.
All true, and I agree with the industry criticism. That said, there's nothing wrong with a bit of fun and, to be entirely fair, we have indeed seen a rebirth of struggling industries as a result of the zombie craze; and a number of genuinely good products.OK. Clearly you have an emotional investment in knives and swords and shit. I'll concede.
To be fair, I wasn't arguing about Zombie Tools in particular. I was wondering when the zombie craze in general will end. There's plenty of things out there to worry about that actually fucking exist. I mean, zombies make for a great movie, but so do aliens, flying kung fu guys, cars that do 200 on city streets, and guys with 13" peckers, but none of that shit exists! It's a story. Enjoy it and move on.
True that. Nothing cracks me up more than seeing a fat guy decked out in full Johnny Tactical gear. They always remind me of Walter from the Big Lebowski.I honestly find the "tactical" industry more annoying. There's no sense of humor at all in there but, again, some good stuff has seen the light of day as a result.
Yep. That happens sometimes when I post from my phone. It shrinks pics automagically so I never know how big they turn out!Edit: Thanks for shrinking the picture. That thing was massive. :rofl:
Indeed....If you are yelling at someone and they pull out a sword you really have to question how firm their grasp on reality is.