Junior Mad Scientist – Lab Notes

Tools for the Zombie Apocolypse

October 6th, 2010 by Weber


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Found this beauty while researching USMC bolo machetes for a little project that’s in the works.

You’re looking at the Condor CT-5 — a 22-inch machete cut from 1095 spring steel. (The good stuff, or so I read.) Figure in the full tang and overall length is 27.5 inches. Just the kind of quality instrument one best have when dealing with the undead. Or heavy jungle. Or Whatever.

My 6-year old was next to me while I was looking these over so, naturally, I had to explain what a machete was, how it was different from a sword, and why I wanted one.

The wife tells me, “You don’t need a machete.”

The kid tells her, “Sure he does!”

That’s my girl . . .

Also found something called a bush cutlass, which looks like a cavalry saber for ninjas. The knuckle guard is nice . . . so is the point. Good for getting at the brain through the eye socket. But will the narrow blade hold up against zombie skulls?

Guess there’s only one way to find out.

Look for more edged weapons and other survival gear here:

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Just click the image and you’ll zip right over.


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Lauren Richer — Someone You Should Know

October 5th, 2010 by Weber


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Meet Lauren Richer — photographer, graphic designer, writer.

Talented? Oh, yeah.

Home base = San Diego.

The Scrabble ads are especially well done.

YOU GO NOW!


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Got my mime on my money & my money on my mime

October 4th, 2010 by Weber


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Tried posting this seemingly simple question over on Yahoo!’s “Group Of The Living Dead,” a few weeks ago but it’s never appeared. So what, right? Their loss. Anyway, here it is:

If a mime became a zombie, would it moan at the living?

Discuss.


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