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 on: November 19, 2015, 02:44:37 pm 
Started by Boomstick - Last post by Roxtar
more than an update on the comic radio silence, I'd like an update on the book 2 debacle.
<-- sponsored the book, and only have a .pdf to show for it.

but yeah, facebook groups killed forums in many forms. which is a shame because forums offer a lot of resources you don't get with other social media... like search-able threads, topic organization, etc. 

 on: November 19, 2015, 11:15:17 am 
Started by Anonymoose - Last post by Anonymoose
"I picked the wrong day to stop snorting pixie dust."

Man Truth. I have actually used this in real life coversation and pretty much meant it. The baffled looks were amusing, though did little to improve the situation. Thank you, Rich Burlew, sorta.

 on: November 19, 2015, 08:55:03 am 
Started by Anonymoose - Last post by Anonymoose
Or, there's that. And it makes much more sense than blatant addiction to rampant destruction or hot robeless Brotherhood Scribes. I really need to stop assuming everyone else shares the company of my demons.

 on: November 19, 2015, 08:53:07 am 
Started by Boomstick - Last post by TheLastOutlaw
Well, I remember a few years back when the forums were a bit livelier. This must have been 2008 or 2009. There were some RPG sessions in progress and there always seemed to be people on. Then the forums crashed for a prolonged period and everything got wiped. Things weren't the same after that.

You can pretty much graph the ascendancy of social media like Facebook and Twitter with the overall slow withering of forums in general.  The great wipe you're referring to certainly didn't help things though.  Greg spent a great deal of time pulling his hair out (probably literally) trying to recover the lost content but it sadly never worked out.

 on: November 19, 2015, 08:49:43 am 
Started by Anonymoose - Last post by TheLastOutlaw
A LOT of registrations get weeded out by the spam filter and never go any further.  I stop in two or three times a week to see who's made it to the final "pending approval" stage.  I can report that none have made it that far this week.  In very rare cases people will email the mod team to challenge why they were screened out by the spam filter in which case we'll usually approve them.  But most actually are spam accounts so they give up and go elsewhere.

 on: November 18, 2015, 10:32:44 pm 
Started by Anonymoose - Last post by Anonymoose
As an addendum to the above; My neice (whos tolerance of a clueless uncle I greatly appreciate) has reminded me that Fallout 4 just came out and the moderators, probably being gamers (plays the odds,she does), are more likely than not up their crack in super mutants, ghouls, raiders or rad scorpions (or tying to figure out how to get the smoking hot Brotherhood Scribe out of inconvenient robes, right guys?) and may be lagging behind for a little while.

So, if your'e wanting to be new on the forums, please be patient and the next available forum moderator will be with you shortly. We appreciate your forum account registration. Please enjoy the ambient lunacy (provided by: Cthullu (pbhn), there can be only one.) until such time as you are allowed to join in.

 on: November 18, 2015, 12:29:16 pm 
Started by Anonymoose - Last post by Anonymoose
Romey (holding up the end of the car, with one hand): Are you about done? This isn't as easy as it looks.
Lovecraft (FINALLY getting the spare tire on): There. Now where are the lugnuts?
Romey (looking around): I don't see them anywhere.
Lovecraft (looking under the car, just in case): They were right here. Moon, have you seen my lugnuts?
Moon (winking suggestively): No, but if you want to show them to me.....
Lovecraft (asking himelf again 'Why me?): Now what are we going to do?
Sheila (thinking murderous thoughts to herself): You could just take one lugnut off of each of the other tires, use them on that one and that should get us back to town.
Lovecraft (mental shock and awe): ........
Romey (mental shock and awe): ........
Moon (staring at her ample cleavage): ........
Sheila (still thinking murderous thoughts to herself): What? I'm vaginally equipped not stupid.
Lovecraft (relieved her help didn't hurt more): Wow, Sheila, I'm actually glad you came along for once.
Sheila (pulling out the cheese grater and sausage stuffer): No problem. Now there's a little something you boys can help me with....

If you have ever sojourned in the Zombie Nation, you know where this one came from.

 on: November 18, 2015, 11:43:22 am 
Started by Anonymoose - Last post by Anonymoose
I should have done this before. I posted this before my nephew pointed out the facebook link. The answer to above is there. Again, best wishes, Jenny.

 on: November 18, 2015, 11:38:45 am 
Started by Anonymoose - Last post by Anonymoose
Man Truth. Mouth-full, hand-full or truck-full are irrelevant. A Man's favorite kind of breasts will always be whichever ones he is getting to play with at the moment.

 on: November 18, 2015, 11:01:25 am 
Started by Anonymoose - Last post by Anonymoose
Men are from Mars and Women are silly as hell, no matter where they are from.

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