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Heh. Parasol Corp.
Parasol Corp. That’s a brand you can sign in under.
Parasol Corp LLC? Or is that redundant?
Not sure, something tells me they work in the shadows.
They seem like the kind to work under cover of darkness.
Are they using FEV? You’re good, as long as they don’t go feral.
Not sure if setting up for a story arc, or making a one-off joke.
I imagine just a standalone, or maybe a chain of two or three related pages. The tone of the comic doesn’t really fit a long-term arc involving zombies.
Though I could imagine an ongoing zombie apocalypse, but one that only ever happens as humourous background events, totally ignored by everyone else, that ends up going away because people are just tired of the whole zombie thing.
Or the origin story or a zombie super.
We had the zombie-donkey Asstronomus, but that was just a few pages on the tail end of a larger arc.
Neat name, anyway the product isn’t bold enough, what we need is a zombie RPG armed terminator with tentacles because…reasons.
You know, tentacles are really big in certain Japanese Animations…
Hard to market but probably welcome all the same.
Nothing like the drama of seeing loved ones turn into mindless killing machines, or the joy of finally using those stockpiles of bought weapons for something useful. Like shooting (zombie) neighbors…
Ah, yes new coke. Making a product that is difficult to sell and not profitable.
Well, if it gets loose, we’ll still make millions (of zombies). Just remember to patent it, so everyone who becomes a zombie owes us a royalty, and if they don’t pay, they forfeit their fortune (which they won’t contest in court, because zombies don’t care for money).
Oh, like a biological Windows Vista (AKA Windows ME updated)? Yeah, that will work.
Nah, Vista actually worked. It was just bloated as hell, latching onto your RAM like a barnacle. For that matter, it wasn’t too bad if you had 4 gigs of RAM, as my Vista-based laptop had; we just shouldn’t have needed that much, in that period of computing.
I never had an ME-based computer (of which I had 3, with different motherboards and processors) which didn’t blue-screen at least once a day.
You had Vista working? Congratulations.
A friend of mine gave me this advice on computers. Read the reviews and buy the previous version or wait a year, so that Microsoft can fix the bugs. I avoided Vista and ME.
Certainly, there was no reason to ever use Vista, unless your computer came with it. I never intentionally installed a copy.
Vista was the first commonly 64-bit Windows OS, though. There was a 64-bit version of XP, but freaking no one used it.
I didn’t get my Vista laptop until well after the OS was out, though. It was perfectly stable, just chewed up far more of the computer than it should have.
There were reasons to get ME, as well. The functionality that was added over 98-SP2 was amazing. The actual OS knew what to do with all of the stuff that you were plugging up to it. It actually knew what a webcam was. 98-SP2 was a nightmare for getting the computer to recognize anything even vaguely beyond the barest basics.
There were also big reasons to avoid ME … such as the constant system crashes.
The first-year rule is definitely a thing. I waited about 9 months to upgrade my gaming desktop to 10. My laptop is still 7 and will remain so. After that first year, though, Vista was fine … not so much with ME, but every Windows version after that has been fine, even if every alternate version (98 pre-SP2 (which I count as a different OS), ME, Vista, 8.1) has been horribly flawed (ME more than the others).
I used it.
Came with bonus goodies like having to hack drivers to get them to install in the first place, then hack them some more (and I really mean hack – decompilation and recompilation with changes) to get the hardware to run, and then you had to hack the installers that refused to run because they had no idea what XP 64-bit was and just gave up otherwise.
Not the most useful OS ever.
Jeeze, I knew it was useless, but I didn’t know it was that aggressively bad. I never had a copy, myself. I’m guessing that it didn’t handle the 32-bit compatibility particularly well?
I considered it to be not worth getting, because freaking nothing on the market at the time would make use of the 64-bit architecture, even if the application would run on it. Hell, at the time, I don’t think that any games took advantage of more than 2 gigs of system RAM, never mind using more than 4. Well, maybe Sim City 4, which would swing on your hardware like a monkey, if you blew the city-size limits out to max and really filled up the available landscape.
There are obviously many efficiency gains to be had from moving to a 64-bit architecture, but the ability to address more than 4 gigs of system RAM is a big advantage for modern games. Hell, a few will take advantage of more than 16, if you have it.
Patent zombies? have a strangehold on the wealth prior to their forced inhumane condition? You fiend!
Your hired, welcome onboard.
To be fair, that applies more to Movie Umbrella than Game Umbrella. Zombies in the games were just an accidental byproduct of a virus designed to produce bioweapons.
The movies suddenly described them as another bioweapon.
“Nothing to be gained”?? It’s like you don’t even WANT to consider the military applications of using walking corpses! Honestly. “Nothing to be gained.” Next thing you’ll tell me my giant malfunctioning walking robot with the machine gun arms ISN’T a great idea for a crossing guard! I should have stayed at OCP; at least THEY understood vision, even if it didn’t always work out.
There are zombies on our corp!
There are zombies on our corp?
There are zombies on our corp!
Don’t want zombies on our corp!
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