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    Stupid bint shot Daryl. She's murdered her ass off ever since Shane taught her how to shoot.

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    So yeah another episode of me wanting to beat Andrea's head into the ground. Nothing new there. Loved the Daryl scenes and for a few minutes there I was kind of hoping Rick and the Governor would just make out.
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    I like it when they leave the prison. Honestly, I'm depressed for the night when I'm done watching sometimes. The show can really get to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KrisNine View Post
    I like it when they leave the prison. Honestly, I'm depressed for the night when I'm done watching sometimes. The show can really get to you.
    If you're not depressed at the end of the episode, they did something wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post
    If you're not depressed at the end of the episode, they did something wrong.
    That's true. The show really gets to me sometimes. I have bad dreams some nights. Not necessarily about zombies, but about fear and sadness. It's weird.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KrisNine View Post
    That's true. The show really gets to me sometimes. I have bad dreams some nights. Not necessarily about zombies, but about fear and sadness. It's weird.
    Have you seen "The Road" yet? With Viggo Mortenson? Another post-apocalyptic movie that is relentless realistic. It literally shifted my view of the world on its axis. Horrifying, and I still haven't gotten over it.

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    guys, it gets SO much worse in the last few eps.. i mean, wow i'm depressed and haven't even seen them yet!

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    Oh God, seriously??? I don't want to know
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    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post
    Have you seen "The Road" yet? With Viggo Mortenson? Another post-apocalyptic movie that is relentless realistic. It literally shifted my view of the world on its axis. Horrifying, and I still haven't gotten over it.
    Yes! I read the book and it was more depressing than the movie (if that's possible). It really was horrifying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KrisNine View Post
    Yes! I read the book and it was more depressing than the movie (if that's possible). It really was horrifying.
    I haven't read the book yet, and I'm not sure I ever will. As someone with a little boy that age, it just hits too close to home. I did have a question for you, though. What do you think it was that caused the apocalypse in "The Road"? I have my own theory, but I was wondering if you had thought of the same thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post
    I haven't read the book yet, and I'm not sure I ever will. As someone with a little boy that age, it just hits too close to home. I did have a question for you, though. What do you think it was that caused the apocalypse in "The Road"? I have my own theory, but I was wondering if you had thought of the same thing.
    I've always thought it was a nuclear disaster or perhaps an asteroid. I'm guessing because the landscape is so stark. I'm really not sure. What do you think?

    Yeah, I wouldn't read the book for a while if I were you. The movie is enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KrisNine View Post
    I've always thought it was a nuclear disaster or perhaps an asteroid. I'm guessing because the landscape is so stark. I'm really not sure. What do you think?

    Yeah, I wouldn't read the book for a while if I were you. The movie is enough.
    Okay, this is what I think based on watching the movie. I think it was an eruption of something like the Yellowstone Super Caldera.

    It's been a while since I've seen the movie, but I remember that there were a series of explosions that started happening (while Charlize Theron's character in the movie was still around). Because they were multiple, intermittent explosions it would cancel out an asteroid, but not nukes.

    The nukes would supposedly cause a nuclear winter, but I remember also that in the movie there were ongoing seismic events happening as Viggo and his son were making their way across the landscape. That doesn't coincide with a nuclear catastrophe.

    Everything seems to be gray and covered with ash, which is what you would expect from a super-caldera explosion. In 1991, Mt. Pinatubo, which is 1/100 the size of Yellowstone in terms of potential ash ejected, put about 10 billion tons of material into the atmosphere and lowered global temperatures by .5 degrees C and .9 F. Imagine what 100 times that material in the atmosphere would do.
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    What caused the zombie apocalypse, that's what I wanna know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lobelia View Post
    What caused the zombie apocalypse, that's what I wanna know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post
    Okay, this is what I think based on watching the movie. I think it was an eruption of something like the Yellowstone Super Caldera.

    It's been a while since I've seen the movie, but I remember that there were a series of explosions that started happening (while Charlize Theron's character in the movie was still around). Because they were multiple, intermittent explosions it would cancel out an asteroid, but not nukes.

    The nukes would supposedly cause a nuclear winter, but I remember also that in the movie there were ongoing seismic events happening as Viggo and his son were making their way across the landscape. That doesn't coincide with a nuclear catastrophe.

    Everything seems to be gray and covered with ash, which is what you would expect from a super-caldera explosion. In 1991, Mt. Pinatubo, which is 1/100 the size of Yellowstone in terms of potential ash ejected, put about 10 billion tons of material into the atmosphere and lowered global temperatures by .5 degrees C and .9 F. Imagine what 100 times that material in the atmosphere would do.

    This is a really good theory. The book was so depressing that I still haven't watched the movie. And I love Viggo.
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