Megalyth

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  1. He enjoys sucking dust and watching restricted flicks.
  2. Most of my mapping has been done on a desktop, but I used to have a sweet netbook that was great for fiddling around with maps and music when I wasn't at home. I really miss that thing, it's unfortunate that netbooks were only a fad, they were handy. Edit: No I have never made a map out of bread.
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    1. YukiRaven

      YukiRaven

      Oh man, I wish I could find some Roman Meal around where I live. Last time I looked, I couldn't find any.

    2. Megalyth

      Megalyth

      THE END IS EXTREMELY FUCKING NIGH

       

      Purists unite! 🍞 🎸

    3. Xyzzy01

      Xyzzy01

      Can't we just eat the end slices of the loaf?

    4. Megalyth

      Megalyth

      Only if you're a godless commie hipster. #TEAMMIDDLE

    5. Megalyth

      Megalyth

      Winter-2012-Oregon-Ventures-Dave-s-Kille

       

      THIS IS HEAVY BREADAL

       

      DON'T GET CONFUSED

    6. CzechMate29200

      CzechMate29200

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      its like bread, but BETTER

    7. MysteriousHaruko

      MysteriousHaruko

      We should make community project about bread. I wonder how would it turn.

    8. Alfonzo

      "The end is extremely fucking rye*," surely?

  4. I don't know if I came across that way, so I'll reiterate that I don't even like to think about doing horrible things in the name of survival. I'm not some tough guy or anything, and there's a good chance I would die in these hypothetical situations as well. The first time I killed a chicken, it gave me such bad death anxiety that I nearly vomited. I sincerely prefer a life without extreme violence.
  5. Comedy gold, 10/10, post of the century. Practice what you're preaching if you expect to be taken seriously.
  6. I didn't say that humanity would die off. I said it would be violent and terrible, much like the Medieval times (another media-glorified era). It's worth noting that my wife and probably my son would have died during child-birth if not for modern medicine and the comforts of electricity and technology. Much like Medieval times.
  7. You're over-estimating human ability to co-exist in a catastrophic situation. I can speak for myself, being a farm boy and a woodsman, and I suppose you can too, but the vast majority of people have very little real survival skills. When the food in the super-markets goes bad after a few days, what do you think your estimate of about 50% of people will do? They will become desperate. You can imagine what would happen next. I don't even like thinking about it, but I would go to extreme lengths to not only keep myself alive, but my family as well. Unfortunately for me, so would everyone else.
  8. It seems like you don't understand infrastructure and what it takes to feed and shelter roughly 7 billion people world-wide, and how quickly it could turn to shit.
  9. It's only a hypothetical discussion, sheesh. But to answer your question, it's because the scenario has been glamorized across every type of media. I'd wager that many people fancy such an event to be cool, but if , for instance, the electrical grid failed for whatever reason and could not be restored, the world would become a violent, terrible place for quite some time. People would die by the hundreds of thousands, and then millions, every day. Certainly not anything I'd like to experience, despite any skills that may help me survive.
  10. Don't forget my maintenance experience, I'll bring my tools. :) I can shoot too.
  11. If it was only myself, I'd be well suited for a wandering lifestyle, but I have a family, so I'd have to settle in somewhere to take care of them. To that end, I know how to repair and build a wide variety of things, I'm a decent gardener and hunter, I know how to care for livestock (including butchering animals for meat), etc.
  12. So many objective opinions in this thread.
  13. Back before Doom3 was released, I recall a thread about what you'd like to see as a final boss. I remember thinking that a monster akin to the "watcher in the water" from the first LotR movie would be pretty horrific to face given the nature of Doom3. My mental vision of fighting a monster like that in a claustrophobic, forgotten underground corner of Hell sent chills down my spine.
  14. I backed into a truck and scraped the shit out of the paint. Whoo! I'm fucking awesome!

    1. Nine Inch Heels

      Nine Inch Heels

      Well, I know you're awesome, but I don't quite get what the rest of this update has to do with that.

       

      Sounds like a pretty annoying thing to happen though. Let's hope it doesn't get too expensive

       

    2. Megalyth

      Megalyth

      Yeah, it sucks. It shouldn't be too costly, insurance will cover it. It was just stupidity on my part. It was a busy parking lot, and in the process of trying not to back into anyone, I backed into the vehicle next to me. D'oh!

       

      In my defense, they were parked crooked and really close to me.

    3. Nine Inch Heels

      Nine Inch Heels

      Well, then it's probably more a nuisance than anything else. Still though, not the best of days I assume... If cars were made out of bread, things like that wouldn't be an issue anymore. ;-)

    4. Megalyth

      Megalyth

      Now THERE'S a great idea...

    5. CzechMate29200

      CzechMate29200

      Congrats Megalyth! Let's celebrate with some BREAD

    6. KVELLER

      KVELLER

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      If cars were made out of bread, things like that wouldn't be an issue anymore. ;-)

      But wouldn't you have to fight the temptation to eat your own car, then? :P

    7. Doomkid

      Doomkid

      I'd be pissed if my car got moldy after a week

    8. Megalyth

      Megalyth

      Preservatives and butter. Lots and lots of butter.

    9. CzechMate29200