Seeing Through The Thin Veneer

Discount tennis shoes. Think about when it’s food they’re trying to get.

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6 Responses to Seeing Through The Thin Veneer

  1. R.D. Walker says:

    Part of the reason I feel anxiety in crowds. You never know…

  2. xenicalman says:

    For some strange reason I watch the TV series ” The Walking Dead”.I t is not not my usual fare but I really enjoy it.
    Each time I tune in I see the zombies as progressive liberals etc.
    I think that correlation is profoundly accurate.
    Does anyone else think likewise, or should I seek help?

  3. R.D. Walker says:

    I have seen every episode of the Walking Dead including last night’s episode.

    Whenever we talk about the zombie pocky-lips here, we aren’t really talking about walking dead. Shhhhh. It’s a secret.

  4. notamobster says:

    Yeah, we do. RD’s right, though. It’s a secret. Don’t tell anyone.

  5. xenicalman says:

    RD & NOTA
    My wife just cancelled my psyc eval appointment!

    Also, good prep tips abound.

  6. Jim22 says:

    I may have mentioned before a friend of mine who once worked natural disasters for FEMA. That person told me that this kind of brawl – on a much bigger and more wide-spread basis – is exactly what happens within a day or two of the occurrence.

    The lesson is to not need to go into town for food, water, fuel, or anything else. You need to be self-sufficient, at least until they kill each other off.

    I have heard stories of relief crews going in after storms, floods, etc., two days later and having to be pulled out because the locals were shooting at the people trying to help.