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Old 03-18-2015, 07:16 PM   #1
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Cant believe the last thread went on for 5 years

I still love this show just as much as I did 5 years ago. Stop hating
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Old 03-18-2015, 08:47 PM   #2
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Why does it take Hershel's head so long to roll to Alexanderia? It's not like he has to stop for potty breaks or anything....guess that's just how he rolls.
He took the interstate.
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Stop and go traffic these days?
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Old 03-18-2015, 09:40 PM   #4
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More stop than go, if you know what I mean. Also, after Hershel's tongue came off, the rolling got harder.
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Wait, it's been 5 years?!
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The show debuted in 2010.
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Who will be the next to die?
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I hope Mullet Boy gets it in glorious fashion. Even though he did step up in the last episode by rounding up the van.
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I wonder if something is going to happen to Judith - she is pretty useless afterall.
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I wonder if something is going to happen to Judith - she is pretty useless afterall.

Something tells me she's gonna make it through. The show has already had its share of kids getting killed. Plus, kids in general are pretty useless until they're at least 7 or 8.
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Something tells me she's gonna make it through. The show has already had its share of kids getting killed. Plus, kids in general are pretty useless until they're at least 7 or 8.
for the average kid in america walking around like zombies glued to their tablets and devices instead of having any real communication with an actual human being - you could probably add 5 or 10 years to that estimate.
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for the average kid in america walking around like zombies glued to their tablets and devices instead of having any real communication with an actual human being - you could probably add 5 or 10 years to that estimate.
One of the major things I love about TWD is that there are no cell phones or computers. They do have video games at Alexandria, but that's gonna change soon when all Hell breaks loose again. But, yes you are absolutely right. Adults are guilty of this too.
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One of the major things I love about TWD is that there are no cell phones or computers. They do have video games at Alexandria, but that's gonna change soon when all Hell breaks loose again. But, yes you are absolutely right. Adults are guilty of this too.
Yes you are right. We adults can be enablers because we also have those devices and we remember what it was like to be a kid and want what all the other kids had so we wouldn't be one of those kids who were 'different' or whatever.

Also with adults, i see this all the time, some cant make it from point A to point B without looking at their phone device and watching some damn stupid video. I see it in the grocery store line, i see it at work, idiots driving on the street, i see it everywhere. Even when i would go to happy hour with my friends, half the time they would be on their devices instead of watching a game or enjoying conversation.

Back to teenagers, i will never forget the time i was at a gas station and i was inside paying for something when i noticed these high school aged girls at the counter in front of me. They were talking to each other as girls their age often do, but instead of saying "oh my god" they actually said it like "OMG" and one of them actually said "LOL" instead of simply laughing.

I was like WTF, seriously.

The zombie apocalypse is really not such a bad thing is it? Half of the population probably does not deserve this planet. Of course i might have that backwards.
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Well, aside from the walkers and the bad people, the apocalypse almost seems cool. Going around to empty houses and taking what you want. Having random sex because we can all die tomorrow or what else is there to do anyway. Lol! Money is useless. The banks are all gone. The military has been wiped out. Plus, if you really hate someone, you can just kill them and blame it on a walker.
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