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  1. Interesting chart. The chart says 140 db is safe. In the interest of hearing preservation awareness, I would like to point out that anything over 140 db is when immediate hearing loss occurs. Sound in the 130-140 db range can be tolerated for less than a second until hearing loss begins. Just throwing that out there. You never get your hearing back once you lose it.
  2. Pretty cool video! Personally, I like playing solo. I'm not much of a multiplayer type of guy. I don't find guns to be particularly useful at all. The zombie drawing effect coupled with the small amount of ammo makes me skip collecting guns and ammo in the post zombie apocalypse world.....BUT I do get tired of killing zombies with a bat/crowbar. I long for a varied zombie killing experience. Enter the silencer! http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Suppressor That was just the first link I found. There are hundreds of tutorials on how to turn boom-sticks into quiet-sticks, so I think the silencer would fit quiet well into the crafting aspect of the game. Let me preempt someone saying "there is mod for that. mod your game and leave mine alone", I have seen those mods. The vanilla game should be modified in some way because it isn't balanced when it comes to firearms. Because of the rarity of ammo, the amount of skill need to actually be effective with a gun, and the massive crowd of zombies you get when firing a gun, guns are more of a novelty than a balanced choice when it comes to playing a character. I want guns to be part of the story of how I died, instead of just wistfully thinking they could play a role. - The ridiculously buff dude from bashing zombie skulls
  3. Well if you're looking for challenge in the post zombie-apocalypse world, try Singapore. Per square mile, they would have about 20,000 zombies and less than 100 guns. You would be so buff from killing all those zombies with a baseball bat.
  4. "37% of Americans say they or someone in their household owns a gun" according to a Pew Research Center survey conducted in February, 2013. A 2007 study by the U.N.'s Office on Drugs and Crime found that the United States, which has 5% of the world's population, owns 50% of the world's guns. Another Pew Research Center study found that people living in a rural area were twice as likely to own a gun as those living in an urban area. I'm just saying, while searching through houses in a rural area of Kentucky, it doesn't feel like I'm finding a proportionate amount of 50% of the worlds guns.
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