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Yay, another topic split by me.
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29% ?
LOLZ, You're FUBAR mister.
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Eh, it doesn't take into account that he's a kid... for some reason in those movies, the little kid always ends up living, so I'd give him a lot higher of a chance.
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ooh, FUBAR! :)

And, you do realize that this fit perfectly in the lines of the spam thread, and that there was no reason to split it, right?

Oh, wait, I don't think you do! :P
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Dogbreath wrote:Eh, it doesn't take into account that he's a kid... for some reason in those movies, the little kid always ends up living, so I'd give him a lot higher of a chance.
Oh, RLY?
Night of the Living Dead can be credited with pushing zombies into every genre and subgenre, and shifting them away from two-dimensional plot devices. In the film, dust from Venus raises the dead, causing besieged humans to dig their own graves (metaphorically and literally) by mistrusting each other and constantly bickering over how to defend themselves. There is little blood in the film; Romero relies more on high-tension kills, as in the absolutely intense scene of the zombified little girl who dispatches her mom with a gardening trowel.
So if he's a she he_she could end up killing his_her mother, and die afterwards.
There are no real kids in movies anymore.



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You're jealous of my high quality thread.
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dosraider wrote:So if he's a she he_she could end up killing his_her mother, and die afterwards.

Actually, he_she would be dead by the time he_she would kill his_her mother! :P
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45% at least I wouldn't have to worry.

I like these quizes.
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50%
NO Windows, NO DOSBox, DOS!
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Looks like we got a 50% guys.

GET HIM BOYS!! :laugh:
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No way! *Fires*
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