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kyle wrote:
Here's a great review of the second half of Zombie Con:

http://zombiekiller.blogspot.com/2005/0 ... -2005.html


I totally got canoe kudos, but my name wasn't in it :P

Still yet, rock on!

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Slings, I think you hit the nail right on. The cool thing about ZS is the sense of watching out for each other. That's what it takes to survive, to thrive, and to have fun: community.

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Slings, I think you hit the nail right on. The cool thing about ZS is the sense of watching out for each other. That's what it takes to survive, to thrive, and to have fun: community.


You guys better be careful, or your bug out locations will look less and less attractive as you realise that in the paw, it's gonna be better to group together in danger than sit alone in safety.

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I thought this whole forum thing was about finding other, like-minded, individuals who could form a group in times of crisis and work together to achieve a common goal. If we were all the "lone-wolf" or "Raptorman" type, surviving in the PAW would be kind of useless. The fact that so many strangers could so quickly become bound together for a greater purpose should give us all some hope that this organization is accomplishing something worthwhile.

Now let’s kick up the charity portion of this bitch and see what we can do!

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I'm SO attending Zombiecon '06. What? Best friend's wedding? He can postpone that, right?

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What am I talking about? ZOMBIE HUNTING THEME WEDDING!

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Well, I think about half the core group are ULC ministers, so weddings are doable. :D

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jamoni wrote:
Well, I think about half the core group are ULC ministers, so weddings are doable. :D


Hell, who ISN'T a ULC minister? :lol:

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NON ULC ministers.

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NON ULC ministers.


Excellent point.... but we don't care about them now do we? :lol:

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Nightside_Eclipse wrote:
jamoni wrote:
NON ULC ministers.


Excellent point.... but we don't care about them now do we? :lol:


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What was Slings saying about looking out for one another? Well, I'm off to drown my sorrows in housework.

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