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Re: 667 Comments

Postby wa5 » Fri Mar 19, 2010 1:59 am

I have introduced my sister to 667, she likes it a lot, but like me, keeps wondering when the next installment will appear..

:)
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Re: 667 Comments

Postby Saxon Dog » Fri Mar 19, 2010 10:12 am

I apologize. I have been lax lately in researching 667 stuff.
My Zombie Movie Project is on hold due to lack of Actress. I need 3 to do the movie justice, and I only have 1.
SO I am pondering alternate project just to keep movie making a viable alternative to going back to work.

Also I've rather boxed myself in plotwise on 667, I should go ahead and do the Climax now and get it over with, but it seems too early in the "year" to do it.

Also Also Im hesitant to throw the plot out so soon, since 667 is one of my ideas for a "2nd movie".
If I could get the "1st movie" moving it wouldnt bother me so much.
Indie movie making is a lot harder than folks would have you believe.
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Re: 667 Comments

Postby wa5 » Fri Mar 19, 2010 8:37 pm

Sorry to hear about the problems with the movie, I could well believe that it would not be an easy thing to pull together... hope it works out.
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Re: 667 Comments

Postby wa5 » Fri Apr 02, 2010 4:06 am

1,2,3,4,5,8,9,10.... What is wrong with this sequence of numbers?

The observant ones amongst you may see that it is missing its' 6s and 7s... much like my good self :)
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Re: 667 Comments

Postby wa5 » Sun Apr 04, 2010 9:04 am

My appetite has been sated for a while, Thankyou..... problem is, every time you post something up, I always end up wanting more...


Trev.

Edit... Nice to see that 667 is starting to feature more heavily in the story. Things are starting to get ugly. Wonder what weapons are available to the good guy (and the bad guys too I guess)..
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Re: 667 Comments

Postby Saxon Dog » Sun Apr 04, 2010 10:15 am

I must be doing it right then.
Wouldnt you really rather wait and see the MOVIE hint hint? (i guess i need investors)

And you hit on a cool part of the Big Upcoming Fight - homemade weapons
All the guns and knives are going to be locked away.
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Re: 667 Comments

Postby wa5 » Sun Apr 04, 2010 8:49 pm

I guess those in control of the food/ power/ water will have the luxury of digging in and waiting the other side out... Unless the losing team gets nasty, (an insightful person might start laying in some supplies against the coming storm... ) and goes for the pumps.. (if I cant win... nobody can... )

I would gladly invest in 667 the Movie, but I am in the throws of purchasing my first property... A Church, Hasn't got a bomb shelter .... yet (does have a very sturdy out house however, with a 5 inch concrete slab for a roof.... I may not have much room, come the apocolypse, but I can at least be regular :) ), but at least I have the Hallowed ground thing covered... so the Kurgan cant get me!
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Re: 667 Comments

Postby Saxon Dog » Mon Apr 05, 2010 10:49 am

Wow, buying a church. My mind races at the possibilities. Some quick thoughts:

1) Old Catholic Churches all have Ammo Bunkers hidden somewhere. Dont know what kind your getting but its worth a look.

2) 5 inch concrete roof on an outhouse? Im guessing this church used to be a missile silo. Either way, make sure the walls will hold up that weight in a 10.5 quake. 2012 is just around the corner and I'd hate to have that much roof laying on top of me while I have my pants down.

3) Hallowed Ground is fine, but theres always a Portal to Hell somewhere near that goes with it. Make sure its not under the kitchen or you'll be sorry. Also check your local Indian Legends for burial grounds or Massacres, as Indian Spirits can really bring down the value of a property.
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Re: 667 Comments

Postby wa5 » Tue Apr 06, 2010 7:41 am

Only Indians in Australia, are the curried variety... though pressumably, they still get burried/ cremated. Havent found any Aboriginal bones either, though there is a columbrarium (cremated remains wall/memorial).

Only thing under this Church, was a Rabbit trap. :D
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Re: 667 Comments

Postby Saxon Dog » Sat Apr 10, 2010 10:47 pm

Rabbits? Ever see the horror classic "Night of the Lepus"?

It was really bad. Huge mutant... rabbits. Mill... Thou.. Hundr.. OK, dozens of Huge Mutant Rabbits.
As big as a box car. As big as normal rabbits running around on a scaled down set, with HO scale trains I think.
Better if you just had a portal to Hell. Those are easy to deal with.
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