Monday, October 18, 2010

Well, are ya?

Every day the impending zombie invasion draws closer and closer. Will you be ready when that time comes? Here are a few tips from me:
1)Practice aiming for the head at your local shooting range. You waste ammo on body shots.
2)Be sure to brush up on your swing. If for any reason you cant find a gun or ammo, a bat or fire axe will work just fine as a zombie deterrent.
3)Head down to your local weapons shop and buy some chain mail. If zombies cant bite through the skin youre safe (kinda)
4)Get some cardio in. Running is a great way to stay in shape as well as avoid your zombification when the time arises.

I hope these tips were helpful! Have a great day and be on the lookout for more updates tomorrow. :) 

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Fuck that guy

Nothing pisses me off more than these guys on the left. Not only do they hate on gays and lesbians, they also hate at dead soldiers funerals. They are simply put the most horrid human beings on this planet and they need to be stopped. Driving past the veterans cemetery on my way to work the other day I saw these guys across the street holding "God Hates Your Soldier" and "Fag Soldiers Die" signs. Imagine how terrible it must be to mourn your son or daughter dieing for their country only to have these dick heads across the street yelling at you. My grandfather was in the Korean war and he is getting pretty old, if these guys are there at his funeral, someones getting run over.

Saturday, October 16, 2010

The Real Killers

Fast food kills people anyway so wouldnt it be cool if the fast food people were actually killing people?

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Teenagers Struck by lightning!!

Two teenagers struck by lightning outside their Utah high school have improved and could soon be discharged from a Las Vegas hospital, their doctor said Tuesday.
The boys were recovering from burns and were no longer on life support, said pediatrics chief Meena Vohra of University Medical Center.
Dane Zdunich, 16, was improving more quickly and could be sent home in the next few days, while Alexander Lambson, 17, will require skin grafts for burns on the front of his body, Vohra said.
"They were very critical when they first came in but gradually they've improved," Vohra said. "Dane has progressed a little faster than Alex, but he's catching up."
Lambson has burns on his face, neck and chest, covering about 15 percent of his body surface.
Zdunich did not suffer as many burns because it seemed the lightning traveled through him from the right side of his head to his feet, where he has five exit wounds.
"They look sort of like a bullet hole or something," said Chris Zdunich, his father. "They're about the size of a dime or nickel, and they're healing well."
Both teens were brought to the regional trauma center because they required care from its burn unit, Lambson's mother Kaleen Talley told reporters during a news conference.School officials administered cardiopulmonary resuscitation after lightning struck the teens after classes Oct. 5 at Snow Canyon High School in Santa Clara. The school is near St. George, Utah, about 120 miles northeast of Las Vegas.
Talley and Leslie Broderick, the mother of Zdunich, said the boys don't remember the lightning strike or how they got to the hospital, where they have been visiting each other.
The families have set up a blog to provide updates about the teens and to receive messages of support.

Come at me bro!

Its a stupid picture I know but I laugh every time I see it, maybe you will to