Went to walmart yesterday to trade my federal reserve fiat currency for some post apocalyptic currency.
That's at least 50 grand right there!
I'll take the 9mm
Where are the twinkies?
I suspect think the Ho Hos will remain edible longer than the 9mm will remain shootable.
Well...if we do make it another 15 years or so without an economic collapse...
you could sell them on Ebay and make a fortune....
Ho Ho Ho :biggrin2:
The burning question is, though: Which lasts longer, Ho-Ho's or Twinkies?
I guess one could say ... only ding dongs buy twinkies, particularly at $100/cs.
As you said: the recipe likely won't die, in typical "Twinkies" (800yr half-life) fashion. Someone'll pick it up. Hopefully it won't be in China, where who-knows-what additives, preservatives and "thinners" would be added ... as if they could be made any more injurious to the health. Ah, well. The subtleties of international junk food tribulations.
I can personally testify that a HO HO hits one in the head with more force that a Twinkie.Quote:
This could turn into a Ho Ho & Twinkie war, just like "caliber wars". Let's hope not!
Its all about the weight and the speed, or force that it hits you with. Although the Twinkie has a better ballistic coefficient and fly through the air better than the HO HO...remember...its mostly about weight.
The HO HO flying at the same speed as the Twinkie will cause a momentary lapse of consciousness if it hits you. The Twinkie on the other hand, will just bounce off of your noggin and fall to the floor, you will still have the ability to just pick it up and eat it.
This is no theory, but fact. It was proven to me by my Sister when I laughed at her choice of date for the senior prom...back in 1978.