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Fear The Walking Dead - Premier June 2

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Its looking like they meet another big bad person or group.  

 

Also guessing D didn't find his wife

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Two weeks from the premier 

Who Dat?

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Time has made his scars worse.  

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Oh and look who rose from the dead

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I wonder if they’ll ever do the time jump so they can sync up with Walking Dead.

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2 hours ago, PastaJoe said:

I wonder if they’ll ever do the time jump so they can sync up with Walking Dead.

How long does it take to walk from Virginia to the Texas border by Mexico?

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1 hour ago, ShadyBillsFan said:

How long does it take to walk from Virginia to the Texas border by Mexico?

Google Maps says 575 hours.  That doesn't count sleeping or anything else and I'm sure you need to add on a significant amount of detour time for apocalypse related shenanigans.  If you triple the amount of time it takes you to actually walk to account for those factors, walking 8 hours a day it will take you a little over 215 days.

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1 minute ago, That's No Moon said:

Google Maps says 575 hours.  That doesn't count sleeping or anything else and I'm sure you need to add on a significant amount of detour time for apocalypse related shenanigans.  If you triple the amount of time it takes you to actually walk to account for those factors, walking 8 hours a day it will take you a little over 215 days.

great job.  

 

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On ‎5‎/‎20‎/‎2019 at 2:33 PM, That's No Moon said:

Google Maps says 575 hours.  That doesn't count sleeping or anything else and I'm sure you need to add on a significant amount of detour time for apocalypse related shenanigans.  If you triple the amount of time it takes you to actually walk to account for those factors, walking 8 hours a day it will take you a little over 215 days.

 

What's the estimated pace, how many miles a day?

 

It takes a lot of calories to maintain a good pace.

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I stopped watching after season 2... too much TV to watch so it dropped off of my priorities.

 

Is it worth getting back into?

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4 minutes ago, bdutton said:

I stopped watching after season 2... too much TV to watch so it dropped off of my priorities.

 

Is it worth getting back into?

 

I thought last season moved along better.

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6 minutes ago, Gary M said:

 

I thought last season moved along better.

 

I'm the exact opposite on this one.  The most recent season was garbage.  They had done a nice job in the prior season or two building up certain people and then they completely threw everything out the window and rebooted the show.  Sure, some of the newbies are good characters, but not enough of them.  I'm also not all that crazy about this current incarnation of Morgan.  But hey, at least I can count on him revealing his 85th alternate personality soon enough.

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11 minutes ago, Boca BIlls said:

All the dead aren't... Dead yet?

This actually. We've seen that the dead still do decompose. After the initial crush of millions of dead I wouldn't think that there would be enough living to support a continual flow of new dead to make things like massive hordes. Winter dead freeze, desert dead would almost certainly be desiccated quickly, swampy dead grow things and fall apart. Things like floods, tornados, wildfires, and hurricanes are still happening and with no ability or instinct to seek shelter you lose plenty there. You'd see predation from things like mountain lions, bears, and alligators. We are multiple years into this process at this point. There shouldn't be many dead left at all and yet.

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11 minutes ago, That's No Moon said:

This actually. We've seen that the dead still do decompose. After the initial crush of millions of dead I wouldn't think that there would be enough living to support a continual flow of new dead to make things like massive hordes. Winter dead freeze, desert dead would almost certainly be desiccated quickly, swampy dead grow things and fall apart. Things like floods, tornados, wildfires, and hurricanes are still happening and with no ability or instinct to seek shelter you lose plenty there. You'd see predation from things like mountain lions, bears, and alligators. We are multiple years into this process at this point. There shouldn't be many dead left at all and yet.

 

This would apply to the 6 year time jump on The Walking Dead.

 

Its  Fiction and grosser is better 

50 minutes ago, bdutton said:

I stopped watching after season 2... too much TV to watch so it dropped off of my priorities.

 

Is it worth getting back into?

 

45 minutes ago, Gary M said:

 

I thought last season moved along better.

 

Reasons 1 and 2

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Reason 3 and 4 

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AND the druggie Nick is long dead 

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