Beware of The BLOG...it creeps, it leaps, it glides & slides all over the place.
good cartoon...and the most sarcasm in one short blog post that I've ever seen :-)Cube, I don't know what's going to happen, but I know what would happen to my finances if I max'd out my credit cards and then got an even higher limit....hell to pay later.Why's that so difficult for some to understand?As for defense......'gutted' is a euphemism. THAT is scary.
Will my zombie apocalypse preparations work here?
Z: I hear you. I don't know what's going to happen either, but I do know that there's not much I can do to change the situation. The die is cast. Jan: Zombie preparations can't hurt. I mean, most obama voters are almost zombies anyway, eh? ;-)
LOL! I love Dilbert. My fella's parents stocked food for Y2K... rice, beans, powdered eggs, etc. I'm talking gallons of the stuff! We tried to give it to the local food banks and they didn't even want it. So it went to cuz's pigs who appreciated it.As for zombies... I think that apocalypse has been in motion since someone got elected. I also give the debt solution a solid "meh."
Silly Rabbit: As Florida residents, we always have a well-stocked pantry and a fresh water supply in case of hurricanes. We rotate the items so they remain as fresh as possible. It's just something we do as a part of our daily routine. Believe me, thanks in large part to Mr. Cube, our house is the one you want to come to in case of an emergency or a zombipocalypse.
lolz are we really living thru this Cube?
Great depiction! I am with Jan, I know how to defeat and kill zombies, could work? Right?
When the zombies attack... we'll be on our way there!
I always enjoy reading Dilbert. Stocking the pantry is a must in case of a zombipocalypse.
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