Friday, February 25, 2011
I'm so incensed by the naivete on display at Fox News (see post below), that I'm posting this handy "How To" video on eliminating Vampires.
Has the Twilight Saga commercial success so inured us to the threat of Vampires that we'll just let them walk among us, use our court system, and show up unquestioned on cable news? They are evil and must be destroyed.
I'm a tolerant individual -- honest! But there are limits. Such as when blood-sucking Vampires are treated like living, breathing human beings. They are the worst of the Undead! They are masters of dark powers which they use to hunt the living.
So I am very upset with the fact that Fox News just let's this Fanger off the hook without any follow-up about his nocturnal activities.
I can understand that to the average person the predatory nature of a financial corporation such as Wells Fargo might seem worse, but that's only because they've never seen the gory and tragic aftermath of a Vampire attack.
Here's another case of people not taking Vampires for the serious threat that they are:
Sharpen those stakes, folks. They're coming to get ya!
Monday, February 21, 2011
No. Do some research. Go custom. Pay top dollar and demand commensurate quality in your melee weapons!
Custom shop Ollin Sword Design makes all kinds of swords, and all of them are ready to cut through the legions of darkness. But they go a step further and make a special Zombie Defense Collection of hard hitting large knives and short swords. They refer to them as machetes, but they look more like no-frills cutlasses to me. These things will chop through anything!
They aren't cheap, but they are sturdy, and with a little tender, loving care and maintenance, these short swords will protect you and your suceeding generations from things that go bump in the night.
Okay, I'm not 100% thrilled with the advice in this video. They suggest strangling zombies. I don't know how or why that would work. The walking dead don't breathe, and they have no blood circulation. I could see garroting them with razor wire, but I think that is slow, messy, and relatively risky.
Still, it's good to see some alternative viewpoints.
Sunday, February 20, 2011
I've been sharing several different hunting gear loadouts with you, my loyal readers, in an effort to provide some good examples of how to properly manage your weapons and survival gear. A little prior planning goes a long way towards your continued survival. You don't want to be stuffing random equipment into a gym bag at the last moment.
But once you have your gear together, you need to store it properly. You need to be able to get to it and don it quickly. Enter the gear stand, which not only provides quick access to your combat rig, but displays it attractively. (Hey, you've got to impress the ladies when they visit your crib, right?)
Fortunately, the gear stand is easy to build with some common materials. Plans & instructions can be found here.
Saturday, February 19, 2011
But I know many of my readers (okay, both of you) will be interested in the knives. There are four specific knives in the series: one fixed blade and three different folders. In addition, there's this parang, a large cross between a machete and a sheath knife.
The parang is something of an unsual large knife to see these days, but it's one I'm sure any would-be zombie hunter can see the potential of immediately. This thing should lop off limbs and heads with abandon.