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Comment: Re:Releases. (Score 1) 279 279

If there's something I wish I could undo Real Life would be it.

Too dark to see anything isn't cool and I don't want to either open my eyes to extreme levels (and have to get out of my basement) nor do I want to remodel a room just to include lights so I can see.

And then the "tedium is skill" angle is the kicker.

I should have followed my corollary to the /. rule (the more /. hates something the better it is), the more /. likes something the worse it is. Given all the hype it got here I should have known it'd have issues.
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7 Scientific Reasons a Zombie Outbreak Would Fail 320 320

Whether they spoil in the heat, freeze in the winter, or get taken out by a human-friendly venue of vultures, a zombie outbreak is unlikely to succeed. Here's 7 reasons why we should stop worrying about the shambling dead and start concentrating on a real threat: sparkly vampires.

"Love is a snowmobile racing across the tundra and then suddenly it flips over, pinning you underneath. At night, the ice weasels come." --Matt Groening

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