squinty wrote:zombiegristle wrote:Mr. E. Monkey wrote:rjm wrote:I think one of the greatest sins commited by those games upon the fragile little minds of today's youth is convincing an entire generation that they should pick a gun that is of a popular calibur because that way you can just walk around your neighborhood and find spare ammo laying around. Everywhere you look there is ammo, always will be, so why bother buying any now? Either that or not needing a gun at all because they surely will be able to scavange one whenever the need arises. Then of coarse walk a few more feet and there will be the always available ammo stockpile.
That's why I haven't bought a crowbar.
You guys aren't taking into account the possibility of someone actively walking around and leaving caches behind for people, just to make the apocalypse more fun for all.
The PAW fairy!
(Gauzy wings. Assless chaps. Bags of ammo and spam.)
Hmm. If there was a billionaire who stockpiled ammo, but realized they wouldn't have enough time to burn through it all...
That's it. If I become a billionaire and fund the things I'd *really* like to see (space ships capable of sustaining life long enough to reach other planets, 100% global literacy and preferably 100% understanding of a common language, end to hunger, end to perpetual poverty, etc), then I'll buy shit-tons of ammo and see how the surplus ballistic missile market is, filling the warhead cavity with well-cushioned crates of ammo. Unnecessary? Yup. Possibly hazardous? Yup. One of the more creative delivery options? Yuuup,