Remember I said that if I was first responder to the bus I would have shot the guy through the window when he was holding up the severed head and
terrorizing the passengers who were outside the bus.
Well the cops shot this guy who was eating that guys face 6 times and he kept eating.
The issue is whether or not it is appropriate to shoot zombies and Hanuman is very much against me engaging in that sport. The Titans on the other
hand like at the end of the movie Night of the Living Dead, shoot the zombies and burn them.
And since they carry disease that is how they would like to handle it. And for sport since they are Romans.
So then what if you saw one eating someone? Well it would not be too bad if you shot one that was eating another one because its a horror and we
don't want to see that happening.
Before they get serious about this and cover all the what ifs, there would be reasons to shoot people such as if you were defending yourself. Just
like you would need to shoot a wild animal to protect your own life.
If you lay down and play dead when a grizzly comes at you he will eat you. And if you shoot it no one will blame you although there are those who
would say that is cruelty to animals and you should not do that.
Well we had that discussion a few months back in the thread "Grizzy Bear Attack? Shut em down with a telescopic baton"
And while we were discussing that a guy out hunting saw a grizzly, and laid down and played dead and yeah, he was getting eaten. Here is a guy who had
a gun, but decided to try protocol. Well he should have read the fine print at the rangers station because it says quite clearly fight back with
everything you have.
Since the bear is a predator and will try to kill you and eat you.
So for my bug out bag I bought a telescopic baton, and two cans of pepper spray.
I don't expect to make Custers Last Stand. But that doesn't mean I don't have a contingency plan because I do.
I don't live that far from the Armory that I could not get there.
But since IF zombies attack and it is not just hunger or fear or natural instincts but if they are being manipulated to attack like in the movies,
well then you have to fight back. And I should think that in this universe not only Chupee could puppet them. So that is why although I trust Chupee,
I still have to think in terms of logic and reason and not take chances.
That guy trusted that Grizzly bear and he was eaten. That griz was just acting under his instincts.
Well ape people have animal instincts too. But under most circumstances I think I could fend them off with a baseball bat or a baton and some pepper
spray and a canned fog horn that is loud enough to scare away most animals.
Ever try to fight against a guy who keeps blasting an air horn in your face?
You would be surprised how it throws you off your game.
Still if it happens my first task will be to obtain a Brink's Truck. So then it will be safe to sleep under almost all circumstances. Why take
chances? You want peace of mind.
You want to walk on coals and trust people and all that thats fine but in my philosophy, I do not put my friends like Chuppe into a position where he
has to worry about stuff like that. You see he doesn't have to worry about if I trust him or not. I am merely taking precautions based on normal
every day life. Something you learn as an Anunnaki who is immortal is how to keep your friends forever. And you do that by avoiding situations where
things can become a problem. Its too difficult to relate that philosophy to you. But when you live with and around other immortals, you need to know
how to avoid conflict. For everyone's sake. There is nothing more important than friendship and love and so you want to maintain those relationships.