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Zombie Programs, Movies, Series, etc » Post #17

Mon Apr 08, 2019 05:45 in General Talk

For all my years.....long time.....I thought the moon was Swiss cheese.

Zombie Programs, Movies, Series, etc » Post #16

Mon Apr 08, 2019 05:44 in General Talk

Oh sure, spastic plastic creatures would be very interesting.
The show isn't about people watching it making a change, it's about entertainment.
Altho some people really might take it to heart and make a change.

Creatures coming out of the ocean at night is scary. So best be inside before dark.

The creatures could look like people to an extent but more fish like with fins that
give them brief flight. They eat people but also other foods. This makes a double
whammy because people have to look for food and try and grow their own in an
area where the creatures don't go. Some creatures fall in love with people. Even
at some point, half breeds come along ..... half creature half human.

Of course people would watch it. People watch anything. hahahahahaha

Zombie Programs, Movies, Series, etc » Post #6

Sun Apr 07, 2019 06:24 in General Talk

How did zombies come to exist? Why do people turn into a
zombie if bitten but not when zombie blood splashes in their
face? Why do zombies only die for good, when they are stabbed
in the brain? Why are zombies hungry? Why do zombies want
to eat people?

There is lots of questions about zombies and even answers
would not be realistic.

Take the spastic plastic beings.....that makes sense. The
plastic spastic creatures have a reason, a purpose, a goal.
They are starving due to loss of coral and sea life which is
due to humans plastic.

In addition, just think what an impact it would have on people
in real life after watching the shows. They might stop using
plastic, stop throwing plastic in the ocean.

There could be hundreds of episodes. All sorts of situations.

Zombie Programs, Movies, Series, etc » Post #1

Sat Apr 06, 2019 16:03 in General Talk

Netflix is coming out with a new zombie series beginning April 11, 2019 'Black Summer'.
I'm looking forward to it.

I've watched some pretty good British zombie movies, can't recall the name.

I do watch Walking Dead but stay a season behind since I watch it on Netflix.

The thing is, I don't really care for the actual 'zombies' in the programs. I wish
they would get off the zombie kick and do something else. So I came up with
an idea for a series....

Plastic Spastic Down Below

This program would be about creatures that live below the ocean sea bed.
The creatures live off various sea life and corals. Their food is running scarce
due to plastic's that are dumped into the ocean by humans. The creatures
only come out at night and they kill and eat humans.....especially the humans
that are holding plastic water bottles! The creatures goal is to kill the human
population so that no more plastic will be created. The creatures are very
spastic and some have fins that make them able to fly.

I like my idea better than zombies. Zombies don't make sense. Spastic
Creatures from below the ocean, make sense. :lol:

Referral's signup commission - Why not 0.30$? » Post #2

Fri Apr 05, 2019 15:26 in General Talk

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Tango Card - Get Your Funds » Post #5

Tue Apr 02, 2019 16:37 in General Talk

I most always choose check. It is only $1 fee and the first time you cash out
by way of check, it is fee free.

Can I promote my reference code on google adwords? » Post #2

Sun Mar 31, 2019 05:44 in General Talk

Any time u r not sure about advertising, submit a support ticket to admin.

What is your FAVOURITE SUBJECT » Post #2

Sat Mar 30, 2019 11:10 in General Talk

Difficult to choose a favorite.

There was subjects I excelled in, in school, but I wouldn't label them a favorite of mine.

I'd probably have to say 'religion'. I believe it is difficult for most people to keep an
open mind when it comes to the religion they were taught to believe. There is such
a ton of different beliefs and everyone thinks theirs is the only one.

Reading, Writing too. When I was younger I wanted to be a writer, write novels and
sci-fiction. Stupid me, got married instead. :lol:

I like all things about the earth, wildlife, etc.

Maybe a better question is 'what subject bores you to tears?' My answer to that would
be math. :lol:

I'm the luckiest guy in the world. » Post #2

Sat Mar 30, 2019 04:39 in General Talk

Some people have all the luck. :roll:

Recent Privacy Policy Changes, » Post #19

Fri Mar 29, 2019 15:11 in General Talk

Yep, all I got from that, if they choose to sell the program or give it to someone
else, your info is still here and it would be up to you if you want to cancel out
entirely or continue. The new owner would not be entitled to your info if you

Really Alarming- WARNING » Post #17

Wed Mar 27, 2019 17:22 in General Talk

I like the push mower. I mowed my entire yard and I could push it one handed at times.
I did have to go over areas where the grass was taller, but now that it is cut, it should be
very simple to keep it that way by mowing it once a week. Really good exercise too!

Reject recycling ......tasman1 » Post #11

Tue Mar 26, 2019 15:25 in General Talk

I think they need to focus on items that desinagrate .... disenigrate...disenagrate........
that deteriorate quickly.

:lol: I was just thinking about someone drinking milk out of a plastic carton and
the carton melts in their know, like.....times up!

Reject recycling ......tasman1 » Post #9

Tue Mar 26, 2019 15:12 in General Talk

Can't u just say 'poopiedoopie' and 'weewee'!

Really Alarming- WARNING » Post #15

Tue Mar 26, 2019 05:57 in General Talk

I ordered from Walmart but it is also at Amazon.
Great States 304-14 14-Inch, 5-Blade Push Reel Lawn Mower.
The biggest complaint seems to be the handle.
The second biggest complaint is the twigs stop it and having
to rake the yard first.

There is a video review on Amazon, several pages over in the
customer reviews. Might be on youtube, have not looked.

Yep, lots of reasons I did not choose an electric mower.

Reject recycling ......tasman1 » Post #2

Mon Mar 25, 2019 18:34 in General Talk

Go to island in the middle of sea. Be stranded there all alone.

You won't need old recycled poopie pants. :lol:

You won't need ink either.

Only you can recycle and buy for free.

Eat coconut. Recycle coconut shell for a hat.
Hat get old, stomp on it with rock, recycle hat for fire start shavings.

Fire be good to throw fish on for charbroiled dinner. Recycle fish bones
for floss.

Really Alarming- WARNING » Post #12

Mon Mar 25, 2019 18:23 in General Talk

Darkstar2 wrote: There are electric and battery mowers too you know :) Same for snow blowers.

I was going to get a cordless mower. After looking in to them, some don't
even come with the battery. Many problems with the batteries too. That's
in the cordless mower's under a couple hundred bucks. I am guessing for
more money, they may be better.

Then I almost decided to get a corded electric mower. No problems with a
battery if you use a cord. You just have to watch out and not mow over the
cord. lol

I'm going to see how this little rotary mower works for me. I may try a
corded mower if I feel the rotary blade push mower is not going to cut
the mustard....errrrr....grass.

Really Alarming- WARNING » Post #10

Mon Mar 25, 2019 14:52 in General Talk

I'm doing my part.

My lawn mower arrives tomorrow.
It's a 14 inch cut, 5 blade, push mower. No gas. :mrgreen:

I have a small yard now. Last summer, I moved in near the end of summer.
The mow man that was mowing this yard through the estate folks, I continued
to pay until end of season. He only charged me $25 every two weeks. He mows
lots of peoples yard in the area. He'd pull up with his long trailer, unload the his
riding mower, and mow my yard. I timed him a couple of times. One time he
mowed it in 6 minutes and another time in 5 minutes. He'd do a tad of weed
eating and blow the grass of the drive.

Mo man knocked on my door a week ago and I told him I wouldn't be using
his services that I'd be mowing it myself.

I paid about $67 for the little push mower. My sister said she will come over
and laugh at me whilst I mow. :lol: I told her I would get the last laugh.
After all, I won't be buying gas, I won't be buying oil, I won't be paying for
maintenance, and I won't have any trouble with it taking up a lot of room.

Sure it will certainly take me longer than 5 minutes to mow it. So what. I'll
get exercise and fresh air without the gas fumes or dirt blowing in my face.
They say these mowers will hang up ever time you run over a twig. Eh, more
exercise, rake first, mow second.

Really Alarming- WARNING » Post #7

Mon Mar 25, 2019 12:15 in General Talk

I don't think there is much one can do about it.

People often want to blame people for the climate change but I do beg to differ
a lot on that subject. No doubt people are to blame to an extent. After all, it
can't be good for all the ocean life to be full of plastic and trash, dare to mention
the planet itself. Then there is the extraction of fossils and fracking, etc. So truly
we do need alternatives. I am not sure about trees. It can actually be very good
for fires to burn off wooded areas and plant life as a fertile part of regrowth. Many
people do and companies do, plant new trees and such afterwards. There's also
people that have children like jack rabbits. Some times it is due to their religious
faith and other times it is due to nothing more than carelessness. I do believe in
implementing some population restrictions. Isn't having 1, 2, or 3 children enough
in this day and time?

Weather has not been recorded very long, less than 150 years. I believe the
majority of what we are experiencing in weather, is nothing so new. We can
see by looking at the formations of the earth, cracks, craters, etc, that the
weather is always changing. Look at the Grand Canyon as an example.

What we need to do as a people in todays world, is focus on alternatives and
implement some legal rules that are enforced.

Some things are very simple yet we wonder why we don't do them. Such as
planting FRUIT and NUT trees so the hungry can grab something to eat.

I love UK Parliament system » Post #5

Sun Mar 24, 2019 07:45 in General Talk

Dinosaurs were not dinosaurs. They were peaceful creatures. A big kitten, so to speak.

Sin - evil.

Dinosaurs became 'Beasts' due to evil.
They weren't known as dinosaurs. They were known as 'beasts'.

Some beasts survived. Giraffe for example. Elephant as another example. Whale, etc.

I love you valerie » Post #9

Fri Mar 22, 2019 14:27 in General Talk

Thank you, much appreciated.

Some members think I am mean. I may come off that way at times, but
I don't intend to. Some times, people misunderstand which is easy to do
because it can be difficult to read the tone of a post. I'm usually rather
straight forward unless I am being silly/fun.
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