2008-05-07 04:15 pm (UTC)
LOL thats priceless
Oh god. My dad actually bought one of those green and purple monstrosities for himself a few years ago.
And have you been killed by zombies?
Clearly, this device is keeping you safe.
My god, it all makes sense now.
Bruce Campbell's Right Hand 2?
No no no.
It's BLUES Campbell's Right Hand 2
oh i forgot!
Are the Japanese making fun of their own Engrish?
Well...you can't have too many chainsaws I suppose. Especially given zombie season is right round the corner. *heads to Wally World*
2008-05-07 06:48 pm (UTC)
Oh, man, that's just wonderful. Thanks for finding that, I was getting worried what I'd do when the zombies came back this summer!
FUN FACT: In the event of a Zombie Apocalypse, a chainsaw is NOT the way to go. It's loud (attracts other zombies!), heavy, and requires a steady supply of fuel that will rapidly become difficult to find.
I much prefer a nice sharp sword. Of the slicing variety - cavalry sword, katana, etc.
Cricket bats have a more satisfying 'whack.'
Cricket bats also break more easily and are heavier. A solid slashing sword is a valuable companion in the war against the undead, although they aren't easy to find on short notice.
In a pinch, a crowbar is about as good as you're going to get.
Hehe, I've got a sharp two-hander in my room. I'm covered.
In a zombie apocalypse I know my chances are not much better than the next mans, so I might as well make my tiny spot in the movie as loud and messy as I possibly can!
You just never know when you'll have to chop your neighbor into teeny tiny little bits....
I once emailed Black & Decker asking if their Alligator
was suitable for zombies, but the humourless bastards never replied.
We found out after Katrina that one of the few things FEMA actually reimbersed for was purchase of a chain saw.
The problem in 2005 must have been that Brownie was expecting zombies rather than a hurricane.
2008-05-08 04:10 am (UTC)
I'm sure you've seen this...
We're training our kids from a young age.
...yeah, I want one now.
Shop Smart, Shop S Mart.
as for zombie killing shaolin spade... or machete, don't forget kids practice 3 hours a day and always have a exit plan and/or strategy for the zombpocolypse
2008-05-08 10:34 am (UTC)
stop thinking inside the box
I've been to Wal*Mart. I've seen what their customers are like.
This is clearly marketed to the horrifically deformed malcontents looking to rid their abandoned houses or graveyards where they live of drunken, sexually active teenagers.
I dunno, I'm more fond of a Husqavana, not the Poulan. Luckily, we have like 7 chainsaws at home, so I can fit my own zombie-massacring army!
The biggest problem is that everyone fights over who gets to take point with the flame throwers, but I only have two of those.
While I'm sure they would make effective weapons, the smell of burnt zombie flesh would be terrible.
And the original smell of rotting shambling oozing zombie flesh would be...?
Trust me, the smell of burning hair and flesh isn't as bad as you think. I've occasionally used a flame thrower to fry placentas off wire, and it dissipates relatively fast. :D
Thanks for hosting the party last night. It was a lot of fun, and it was very generous and brave of you to open your doors to all us crazy lj people. (I'm the one who was chatting with Karen on your car.)
Thanks tons, you are wicked awesome. When should I move my stuff in?
Well first, I'mma friendslist you.