Beautiful Mashup from „The Walking Dead“ and „Friends“, what makes really a nice intro. About the beginning of the 6. Season last week I have to get rid of something: Since it has a hole full Zombies, da eventually erupt, and the best idea is, they rauszulocken as controlled and somewhere to send in? Believed to be just the next shit-city care about! Not, not really, or? One type as said yes also, that this is a bad idea and he was absolutely right. After all, he has built ever walls and said, that that is not enough. Would easily have a bit of fun and small, Remote-controlled Robot to build with chainsaws or turn it all into a swamp or simply burn everything. The process is much faster, is much more fun and the death rate would be much lower… well, let's see how it now goes…
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