Overcoming the Zombie-bike-pocalypse
Thread started by ubrayj02
at 10.29.11 - 5:22 pm
We live in precarious times. Climate change is turning parts of Miami into the ocean. Sovereign debt levels around the globe are equal to or greater than many nations entire economic output. Nervous feelings have people “prepping” for a choose-your-own-calamity future of hyperinflation, civil war, nuclear disasters, peak oil, disease epidemics, Mayan calendar predictions, and a loss of cable T.V.
The questions arises in your mind: “During the zombie apocalypse, how will I get around?”.
If you think it is going to be on a bicycle, think again.
If people had a business to run they wouldn't have time to camp for weeks on end.
They would be too busy making money or trying to stop it from bleeding money.
The political right is fearful of the FEMA camps and political left couldn't wait anymore and decided to just manifest their own camps across the country.
The apocalypses is now and people are crying to the same people that help bring it about to fix it. If you had a group of people that steal from you, willing to sacrifice you to there own ends, defraud you and lock you away all to control what they call their wealth, what makes you think that hanging out in front of a civic center is going to get them to stop. Because you had some meetings about it and now you going to demand this or that. Folk can't even figure out what happen and what they want to do about it. They are even going to celebrate when another leader (slave manger) that help facilitates this continuous mess get re-elected to keep it going.
The apocalypses isn't the lack of wealth or resources. It is the lack of know how or realization to take that wealth that exist for what you need and desire. This is easy, bring the means of productions home and you bring the wealth home. When I say wealth you may be thinking dollars, but what good is all the dollars in the world going to do if the part you need to fix your ride isn't available. Shame on US for letting it get to this point where we could actually have an apocalypses. Need a job? Josef just called out a need that isn't being meant in a (financially)--->healthy, safe and sustainable way. Start your own bicycle parts factory here in LA and end the possible scenario. While your at it you can employ your friends and fella ridazz and be a 1percenter or give it all to your employees equally and be a commie. Either way it doesn't really matter, all that matter is that there is a part to fix your ride when that time comes that it breaks. Then you can really say RIDE ON!
10.31.11 - 12:49 am