In Case of Zombies

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Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #450 on: April 27, 2010, 09:29:53 AM »
Well then we are in agreement.

(Except I see this as a scenario to help cure overpopulation that should be taken full advantage of. Dropping a few off on continents other than our own might not be a bad idea either)

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Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #451 on: April 27, 2010, 11:20:38 AM »
Well then we are in agreement.

(Except I see this as a scenario to help cure overpopulation that should be taken full advantage of. Dropping a few off on continents other than our own might not be a bad idea either)
Can we pick australia, if it existed?
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Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #452 on: April 27, 2010, 09:43:07 PM »
Well then we are in agreement.

(Except I see this as a scenario to help cure overpopulation that should be taken full advantage of. Dropping a few off on continents other than our own might not be a bad idea either)
Can we pick australia, if it existed?

I was going to pick perhaps the continent that contributes the most to Malaira deaths, AIDS deaths, genocides, and all around crapping up of the world.

Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #453 on: April 28, 2010, 01:11:57 AM »
Well then we are in agreement.

(Except I see this as a scenario to help cure overpopulation that should be taken full advantage of. Dropping a few off on continents other than our own might not be a bad idea either)
Can we pick australia, if it existed?

I was going to pick perhaps the continent that contributes the most to Malaira deaths, AIDS deaths, genocides, and all around crapping up of the world.

Genocide is fun!
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I wrote down "happy."
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Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #454 on: April 28, 2010, 03:52:33 PM »
Well then we are in agreement.

(Except I see this as a scenario to help cure overpopulation that should be taken full advantage of. Dropping a few off on continents other than our own might not be a bad idea either)
Can we pick australia, if it existed?

I was going to pick perhaps the continent that contributes the most to Malaira deaths, AIDS deaths, genocides, and all around crapping up of the world.
Australia second then
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Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #455 on: April 28, 2010, 07:23:48 PM »
Well then we are in agreement.

(Except I see this as a scenario to help cure overpopulation that should be taken full advantage of. Dropping a few off on continents other than our own might not be a bad idea either)
Can we pick australia, if it existed?

I was going to pick perhaps the continent that contributes the most to Malaira deaths, AIDS deaths, genocides, and all around crapping up of the world.

Whose fault is that though

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Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #456 on: April 29, 2010, 12:11:11 AM »
Well then we are in agreement.

(Except I see this as a scenario to help cure overpopulation that should be taken full advantage of. Dropping a few off on continents other than our own might not be a bad idea either)
Can we pick australia, if it existed?

I was going to pick perhaps the continent that contributes the most to Malaira deaths, AIDS deaths, genocides, and all around crapping up of the world.

Whose fault is that though

I didn't assign fault, but I'm pretty sure the continent I'm hinting at has had all of those problems for thousands of years, so... weather, primate population, tribal religion and outlooks on life. In that order of course.

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Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #457 on: April 29, 2010, 04:06:54 AM »
Well then we are in agreement.

(Except I see this as a scenario to help cure overpopulation that should be taken full advantage of. Dropping a few off on continents other than our own might not be a bad idea either)
Can we pick australia, if it existed?

I was going to pick perhaps the continent that contributes the most to Malaira deaths, AIDS deaths, genocides, and all around crapping up of the world.

Whose fault is that though

I didn't assign fault, but I'm pretty sure the continent I'm hinting at has had all of those problems for thousands of years, so... weather, primate population, tribal religion and outlooks on life. In that order of course.

3 quarters of the US fits the bill by those standards too.
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Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #458 on: April 29, 2010, 05:47:15 AM »
Tell me, how much could you contribute if you were poor, starving and lived in the middle of a desert in a virtually ungoverned badland without acess to clean water, food, health, police or anything.
When I was 5 years old my mum always told me that happiness was the key to life.
When I went to school they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up.
I wrote down "happy."
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Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #459 on: April 29, 2010, 09:09:20 AM »
Tell me, how much could you contribute if you were poor, starving and lived in the middle of a desert in a virtually ungoverned badland without acess to clean water, food, health, police or anything.


Given the option, a lot more than most trailer trash would. Didn't you hear about the guy in Ghana (citation needed) who built a walking robot out of old TV parts, having received no formal education in the matter?

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Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #460 on: April 29, 2010, 04:25:17 PM »
Well then we are in agreement.

(Except I see this as a scenario to help cure overpopulation that should be taken full advantage of. Dropping a few off on continents other than our own might not be a bad idea either)
Can we pick australia, if it existed?

I was going to pick perhaps the continent that contributes the most to Malaira deaths, AIDS deaths, genocides, and all around crapping up of the world.

Whose fault is that though

I didn't assign fault, but I'm pretty sure the continent I'm hinting at has had all of those problems for thousands of years, so... weather, primate population, tribal religion and outlooks on life. In that order of course.

Not really. Small tribal societies have been succeful on their own throughout history. It's the wave of colonialism that followed that did most of the damage.
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Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #461 on: April 30, 2010, 09:52:20 AM »
Well then we are in agreement.

(Except I see this as a scenario to help cure overpopulation that should be taken full advantage of. Dropping a few off on continents other than our own might not be a bad idea either)
Can we pick australia, if it existed?

I was going to pick perhaps the continent that contributes the most to Malaira deaths, AIDS deaths, genocides, and all around crapping up of the world.

Whose fault is that though

I didn't assign fault, but I'm pretty sure the continent I'm hinting at has had all of those problems for thousands of years, so... weather, primate population, tribal religion and outlooks on life. In that order of course.

3 quarters of the US fits the bill by those standards too.

3/4 of the US is full of AIDS Malaria and genocides?

I'm not assigning worth to people, I'm simply stating that these problems exist there and we'd be better off without the problems.

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Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #462 on: April 30, 2010, 11:15:45 AM »
Well then we are in agreement.

(Except I see this as a scenario to help cure overpopulation that should be taken full advantage of. Dropping a few off on continents other than our own might not be a bad idea either)
Can we pick australia, if it existed?

I was going to pick perhaps the continent that contributes the most to Malaira deaths, AIDS deaths, genocides, and all around crapping up of the world.

Whose fault is that though

I didn't assign fault, but I'm pretty sure the continent I'm hinting at has had all of those problems for thousands of years, so... weather, primate population, tribal religion and outlooks on life. In that order of course.

3 quarters of the US fits the bill by those standards too.

3/4 of the US is full of AIDS Malaria and genocides?

I'm not assigning worth to people, I'm simply stating that these problems exist there and we'd be better off without the problems.

No, but they've got deadly weather, primate population and tribal culture.
No but I'm guess your what? 90? Cause you just so darn mature </sarcasm>

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Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #463 on: April 30, 2010, 11:40:12 AM »
Well then we are in agreement.

(Except I see this as a scenario to help cure overpopulation that should be taken full advantage of. Dropping a few off on continents other than our own might not be a bad idea either)
Can we pick australia, if it existed?

I was going to pick perhaps the continent that contributes the most to Malaira deaths, AIDS deaths, genocides, and all around crapping up of the world.

Whose fault is that though

I didn't assign fault, but I'm pretty sure the continent I'm hinting at has had all of those problems for thousands of years, so... weather, primate population, tribal religion and outlooks on life. In that order of course.

3 quarters of the US fits the bill by those standards too.

3/4 of the US is full of AIDS Malaria and genocides?

I'm not assigning worth to people, I'm simply stating that these problems exist there and we'd be better off without the problems.

No, but they've got deadly weather, primate population and tribal culture.
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Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #464 on: April 30, 2010, 03:08:35 PM »
Well then we are in agreement.

(Except I see this as a scenario to help cure overpopulation that should be taken full advantage of. Dropping a few off on continents other than our own might not be a bad idea either)
Can we pick australia, if it existed?

I was going to pick perhaps the continent that contributes the most to Malaira deaths, AIDS deaths, genocides, and all around crapping up of the world.

Whose fault is that though

I didn't assign fault, but I'm pretty sure the continent I'm hinting at has had all of those problems for thousands of years, so... weather, primate population, tribal religion and outlooks on life. In that order of course.

3 quarters of the US fits the bill by those standards too.

3/4 of the US is full of AIDS Malaria and genocides?

I'm not assigning worth to people, I'm simply stating that these problems exist there and we'd be better off without the problems.

No, but they've got deadly weather, primate population and tribal culture.

So? I said those are the causes of the problems, not the problems. Obviously there are other factors not present here in america. Please debate logically, not pedantically.

Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #465 on: April 30, 2010, 10:08:52 PM »
I think it's kind of unfair to simply say "Argh Africa sucks, therefore nukes" because it's kind of like seeing a content child minding his own business, beating the shit out of him and crippling him for life, taking his ice cream away, and than yelling at him 10 years later or not contributing enough to society. The world needs to take responsibility at some point.

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Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #466 on: April 30, 2010, 10:28:49 PM »
I think it's kind of unfair to simply say "Argh Africa sucks, therefore nukes" because it's kind of like seeing a content child minding his own business, beating the shit out of him and crippling him for life, taking his ice cream away, and than yelling at him 10 years later or not contributing enough to society. The world needs to take responsibility at some point.

No, it's more like seeing a spot in the world so unsuited for living in that it is impossible to sustain agriculture and disease is so rampant that it is affecting the rest of the world and saying "nuke it."

I didn't blame the poverty, the social situations, etc for what is wrong with it, I named the problems that are inherent in the environment and culture.

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Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #467 on: July 16, 2010, 02:14:20 AM »
also, don't forget Defib, Pills, Medkits, Adrenaline, mollies, and pipebombs.

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Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #468 on: July 16, 2010, 03:38:44 AM »
I think it's kind of unfair to simply say "Argh Africa sucks, therefore nukes" because it's kind of like seeing a content child minding his own business, beating the shit out of him and crippling him for life, taking his ice cream away, and than yelling at him 10 years later or not contributing enough to society. The world needs to take responsibility at some point.

No, it's more like seeing a spot in the world so unsuited for living in that it is impossible to sustain agriculture and disease is so rampant that it is affecting the rest of the world and saying "nuke it."

I didn't blame the poverty, the social situations, etc for what is wrong with it, I named the problems that are inherent in the environment and culture.

What about our culture that created nukes in the first place? The one that, in its constant search for ever cooler ways to annihilate ourselves, is probably going to end up creating the zombie-virus in the first place?
No but I'm guess your what? 90? Cause you just so darn mature </sarcasm>

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Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #469 on: July 16, 2010, 05:27:16 AM »
Lots of old threads popping up.

Must be that Zombie Virus: it's now a zombie COMPUTER virus.
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Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #470 on: July 16, 2010, 09:02:28 AM »
I think it's kind of unfair to simply say "Argh Africa sucks, therefore nukes" because it's kind of like seeing a content child minding his own business, beating the shit out of him and crippling him for life, taking his ice cream away, and than yelling at him 10 years later or not contributing enough to society. The world needs to take responsibility at some point.

No, it's more like seeing a spot in the world so unsuited for living in that it is impossible to sustain agriculture and disease is so rampant that it is affecting the rest of the world and saying "nuke it."

I didn't blame the poverty, the social situations, etc for what is wrong with it, I named the problems that are inherent in the environment and culture.

What about our culture that created nukes in the first place? The one that, in its constant search for ever cooler ways to annihilate ourselves, is probably going to end up creating the zombie-virus in the first place?

So with your logic africa's jungles are just going to spawn worse and worse viruses due to their nature and produce a jungle zombie virus.

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Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #471 on: July 16, 2010, 09:43:57 AM »
I think it's kind of unfair to simply say "Argh Africa sucks, therefore nukes" because it's kind of like seeing a content child minding his own business, beating the shit out of him and crippling him for life, taking his ice cream away, and than yelling at him 10 years later or not contributing enough to society. The world needs to take responsibility at some point.

No, it's more like seeing a spot in the world so unsuited for living in that it is impossible to sustain agriculture and disease is so rampant that it is affecting the rest of the world and saying "nuke it."

I didn't blame the poverty, the social situations, etc for what is wrong with it, I named the problems that are inherent in the environment and culture.

What about our culture that created nukes in the first place? The one that, in its constant search for ever cooler ways to annihilate ourselves, is probably going to end up creating the zombie-virus in the first place?

So with your logic africa's jungles are just going to spawn worse and worse viruses due to their nature and produce a jungle zombie virus.

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*rereads post*
What?
No but I'm guess your what? 90? Cause you just so darn mature </sarcasm>

Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #472 on: July 16, 2010, 01:09:07 PM »
I think it's kind of unfair to simply say "Argh Africa sucks, therefore nukes" because it's kind of like seeing a content child minding his own business, beating the shit out of him and crippling him for life, taking his ice cream away, and than yelling at him 10 years later or not contributing enough to society. The world needs to take responsibility at some point.

No, it's more like seeing a spot in the world so unsuited for living in that it is impossible to sustain agriculture and disease is so rampant that it is affecting the rest of the world and saying "nuke it."

I didn't blame the poverty, the social situations, etc for what is wrong with it, I named the problems that are inherent in the environment and culture.


So we should nuke an entire continent simply for those reasons? Why don't we nuke Australia than?

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Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #473 on: July 16, 2010, 01:55:30 PM »
I think it's kind of unfair to simply say "Argh Africa sucks, therefore nukes" because it's kind of like seeing a content child minding his own business, beating the shit out of him and crippling him for life, taking his ice cream away, and than yelling at him 10 years later or not contributing enough to society. The world needs to take responsibility at some point.

No, it's more like seeing a spot in the world so unsuited for living in that it is impossible to sustain agriculture and disease is so rampant that it is affecting the rest of the world and saying "nuke it."

I didn't blame the poverty, the social situations, etc for what is wrong with it, I named the problems that are inherent in the environment and culture.


So we should nuke an entire continent simply for those reasons? Why don't we nuke Australia than?

I've been suggesting this for ages!

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Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #474 on: July 16, 2010, 02:43:30 PM »
It already doesn't exist.
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Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #475 on: July 17, 2010, 10:23:53 AM »
I think it's kind of unfair to simply say "Argh Africa sucks, therefore nukes" because it's kind of like seeing a content child minding his own business, beating the shit out of him and crippling him for life, taking his ice cream away, and than yelling at him 10 years later or not contributing enough to society. The world needs to take responsibility at some point.

No, it's more like seeing a spot in the world so unsuited for living in that it is impossible to sustain agriculture and disease is so rampant that it is affecting the rest of the world and saying "nuke it."

I didn't blame the poverty, the social situations, etc for what is wrong with it, I named the problems that are inherent in the environment and culture.

What about our culture that created nukes in the first place? The one that, in its constant search for ever cooler ways to annihilate ourselves, is probably going to end up creating the zombie-virus in the first place?

So with your logic africa's jungles are just going to spawn worse and worse viruses due to their nature and produce a jungle zombie virus.

...
*rereads post*
What?

We invented nukes, we are completely satisfied with them. We have no reason to make a virus that kills everyone and is uncontrollable yet you claim it is logical that if we make one thing that kills we will automatically progress to something else that you see as worse.

I used your same progression logic to assume that the african continent will continually produce worse and worse viruses, as it has been shown to do, until it produces the same zombie virus.

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Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #476 on: July 17, 2010, 12:20:00 PM »
I think it's kind of unfair to simply say "Argh Africa sucks, therefore nukes" because it's kind of like seeing a content child minding his own business, beating the shit out of him and crippling him for life, taking his ice cream away, and than yelling at him 10 years later or not contributing enough to society. The world needs to take responsibility at some point.

No, it's more like seeing a spot in the world so unsuited for living in that it is impossible to sustain agriculture and disease is so rampant that it is affecting the rest of the world and saying "nuke it."

I didn't blame the poverty, the social situations, etc for what is wrong with it, I named the problems that are inherent in the environment and culture.

What about our culture that created nukes in the first place? The one that, in its constant search for ever cooler ways to annihilate ourselves, is probably going to end up creating the zombie-virus in the first place?

So with your logic africa's jungles are just going to spawn worse and worse viruses due to their nature and produce a jungle zombie virus.

...
*rereads post*
What?

We invented nukes, we are completely satisfied with them. We have no reason to make a virus that kills everyone and is uncontrollable yet you claim it is logical that if we make one thing that kills we will automatically progress to something else that you see as worse.

I used your same progression logic to assume that the african continent will continually produce worse and worse viruses, as it has been shown to do, until it produces the same zombie virus.

Why would you assume the same progression? A virus that drives its host species to extinction is genetic suicide, it would take a completely retarded virus for that to happen, and the odds of it surviving this far would be astronomically slim, unless you expect it to evolve in a single generation from another entirely different disease and catch on from there. Your claim makes absolutely no evolutionary sense.
No but I'm guess your what? 90? Cause you just so darn mature </sarcasm>

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Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #477 on: July 18, 2010, 10:43:24 AM »
I think it's kind of unfair to simply say "Argh Africa sucks, therefore nukes" because it's kind of like seeing a content child minding his own business, beating the shit out of him and crippling him for life, taking his ice cream away, and than yelling at him 10 years later or not contributing enough to society. The world needs to take responsibility at some point.

No, it's more like seeing a spot in the world so unsuited for living in that it is impossible to sustain agriculture and disease is so rampant that it is affecting the rest of the world and saying "nuke it."

I didn't blame the poverty, the social situations, etc for what is wrong with it, I named the problems that are inherent in the environment and culture.

What about our culture that created nukes in the first place? The one that, in its constant search for ever cooler ways to annihilate ourselves, is probably going to end up creating the zombie-virus in the first place?

So with your logic africa's jungles are just going to spawn worse and worse viruses due to their nature and produce a jungle zombie virus.

...
*rereads post*
What?

We invented nukes, we are completely satisfied with them. We have no reason to make a virus that kills everyone and is uncontrollable yet you claim it is logical that if we make one thing that kills we will automatically progress to something else that you see as worse.

I used your same progression logic to assume that the african continent will continually produce worse and worse viruses, as it has been shown to do, until it produces the same zombie virus.

Why would you assume the same progression? A virus that drives its host species to extinction is genetic suicide, it would take a completely retarded virus for that to happen, and the odds of it surviving this far would be astronomically slim, unless you expect it to evolve in a single generation from another entirely different disease and catch on from there. Your claim makes absolutely no evolutionary sense.

a) I was using your logic.

b) I was assuming an animal host where the virus behaves differently.

c) zombie viruses do not kill their host.


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Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #478 on: July 18, 2010, 12:51:51 PM »

c) zombie viruses do not kill their host.



You really have no idea what your saying lol.

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Re: In Case of Zombies
« Reply #479 on: July 19, 2010, 06:34:46 AM »
I think it's kind of unfair to simply say "Argh Africa sucks, therefore nukes" because it's kind of like seeing a content child minding his own business, beating the shit out of him and crippling him for life, taking his ice cream away, and than yelling at him 10 years later or not contributing enough to society. The world needs to take responsibility at some point.

No, it's more like seeing a spot in the world so unsuited for living in that it is impossible to sustain agriculture and disease is so rampant that it is affecting the rest of the world and saying "nuke it."

I didn't blame the poverty, the social situations, etc for what is wrong with it, I named the problems that are inherent in the environment and culture.

What about our culture that created nukes in the first place? The one that, in its constant search for ever cooler ways to annihilate ourselves, is probably going to end up creating the zombie-virus in the first place?

So with your logic africa's jungles are just going to spawn worse and worse viruses due to their nature and produce a jungle zombie virus.

...
*rereads post*
What?

We invented nukes, we are completely satisfied with them. We have no reason to make a virus that kills everyone and is uncontrollable yet you claim it is logical that if we make one thing that kills we will automatically progress to something else that you see as worse.

I used your same progression logic to assume that the african continent will continually produce worse and worse viruses, as it has been shown to do, until it produces the same zombie virus.

Why would you assume the same progression? A virus that drives its host species to extinction is genetic suicide, it would take a completely retarded virus for that to happen, and the odds of it surviving this far would be astronomically slim, unless you expect it to evolve in a single generation from another entirely different disease and catch on from there. Your claim makes absolutely no evolutionary sense.

a) I was using your logic.

b) I was assuming an animal host where the virus behaves differently.

c) zombie viruses do not kill their host.



a) You're not using my logic not any other, you're just copying what I say, and replacing people with nature. They don't work in the same way, it's stupid to try and make them and we both know that.

b) So you're looking for an entirely different virus then. In that case well done, there's loads of those in Africa. I'd like to point out, however, that there's hundreds of thousands of other viruses that also fit the bill of affecting animals in ways other than destroying their minds and driving them to cannibalism.

c) They do eventually.
No but I'm guess your what? 90? Cause you just so darn mature </sarcasm>