Post by Catherine Sun Chips on Mar 12, 2012 9:36:26 GMT -8
Yeah, I wish I could take credit for this revelation, but after some interweb investigations today, I am 99.8% certain that the doctor from the CDC whispered into Rick's ear at the end of season one that everyone is already infected, but they just don't know it. Its been airborne this whole time.
Think about it--the group hasn't seen anyone get killed right in front of them yet who haven't already been zombies. We've seen the turn-around period for someone who has been scratched or chomped on, which can take days for the fever to take over them, but Randall and Shane were the first deaths of a human we've seen.
I don't mind yelling at kids when they are being shit heads, but things get really awkward when you have to yell at full grown adults.
Sorta unrelated, but I had to do this to a mother who was acting like a total shithead in front of her poor children right before Foo Fighters last year. I legitimately almost got into a fist fight with this clown.
I picked up a picnic blanket from Wally-Mart tonight. It was 15 dollars and one side is like a waterproof polyester and the other side is fuzzy and warm. It's really lightweight and comes in a handy bag that can be worn on your back. I'm really really happy with it and think it will come in very handy.
Post by Catherine Sun Chips on Mar 6, 2012 20:04:45 GMT -8
Romie, if my memory serves me correctly, you've got beautiful skin! Quit being coy
I've flirted with the idea with crazy make up, glitz and glitter, but I may change my mind. Don't think like there's anything wrong it. I think its fun to dress up for a fest, but I need to be inspired first.
Post by Catherine Sun Chips on Mar 6, 2012 19:59:27 GMT -8
Pea, we actually got a FANTASTIC deal on a Kelty canopy, which we debuted during Sasquatch last year. It was retailed at $150, but we ended up only paying $75. I know Cabela's has the stereotype, but there are some good deals if you're willing to dig through.
Post by Catherine Sun Chips on Mar 5, 2012 8:14:15 GMT -8
Depends. I think the longest I've waited is about 30-40 minutes and I got there at around 9/9:30am.
The guys line obviously goes significantly faster because the girls are too busy shaving legs, conditioning hair, and daintily packing their multiple toiletries away. That always made me anxious and annoyed seeing how slowly the girl's line goes.
But it's so worth the wait. Morning showers really re-energize you despite the hangover.