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Sychopenguin

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Report this May. 19 2011, 3:34 am

Personally, I think that the below-linked site is the best resource for zombie apocalypse survival.


http://galatea.stetson.edu/~dgervais/DUZASP/


(An opinion which may or may not be influenced by the fact that I personally came up with that plan and designed the website to share with the world.)

lligevets

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Report this May. 19 2011, 5:27 am


In the past zombies were slow and awkward so getting away was easy enough at least for many people while some would trip and fall or hide in the wrong places they eventually would be eaten or turned. While the newest modified zombies can run and dodge and even think a small amount. Who the hell keeps inventing these diabolical chemicals the earlier movies blamed US military and now it’s big overgrown companies.


 


Zombie squirrels would scare me along with zombie birds. How the hell do you protect yourself against that.     


lligevets

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Report this May. 19 2011, 7:14 pm



The US government has offered some handy hints to avoid a zombie attack, as preachers warn of the earth's end



From:AFP 
May 20, 2011 9:50AM



 




WITH rumours swirling in conspiratorial corners that the end of the world is nigh, the US government has posted online tips on how to be prepared in case of a zombie apocalypse.



"There are all kinds of emergencies out there that we can prepare for. Take a zombie apocalypse for example," said an official blog post by Assistant Surgeon-General Ali Khan on the Centers for Disease Control website.


"You may laugh now, but when it happens you'll be happy you read this, and hey, maybe you'll even learn a thing or two about how to prepare for a real emergency," says the blog.


The tongue-in-cheek post makes no reference to fervent allegations by some preachers that the world will end on May 21.


It does however point to numerous examples of "the rise of zombies in pop culture... (giving) credence to the idea that a zombie apocalypse could happen."















The blog points readers to emergency preparedness tips that the CDC has long advocated, such as having an emergency kit at one's home containing water, food and supplies "to get you through the first couple of days before you can locate a zombie-free refugee camp", it says.


"(Or in the event of a natural disaster, it will buy you some time until you are able to make your way to an evacuation shelter or utility lines are restored)."


Knowing an evacuation route, having a designated meeting place with family and a list of emergency contacts are also high on the list.


"If zombies did start roaming the streets, CDC would conduct an investigation much like any other disease outbreak," it promises.


 


Lisajayne

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Report this May. 21 2011, 3:46 pm

I LOVE Zombies,people think I'm weird especially being a 40 year old woman.I don't care!!! what are peoples fave zombie movie mine is the original Dawn of the Dead!!!

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Report this May. 21 2011, 4:10 pm

Recentyly I have been playing Resident evil 4 and the umbella chronicles. Also I picked up the resident evil trilogy DVDs.  Awesome!


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Report this May. 21 2011, 5:56 pm

Quote: Lisajayne @ May. 21 2011, 3:46 pm

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>I LOVE Zombies,people think I'm weird especially being a 40 year old woman.I don't care!!! what are peoples fave zombie movie mine is the original Dawn of the Dead!!!

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Your hanging out with the wrong people! All my friends who are are late 30-40+ love zombies!


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Report this May. 21 2011, 7:28 pm

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>Yes, but do zombies love you or your brain? At least the 'May 21' crowd wont be liked be zombies because there is not much brain in them.

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Hmmm, well I reckon my brain is large, juicy and very ripe, so may be the brain of choice among the more discerning of zombies and... oh... thats not good is it...?


"Let me see if Ive got this straight. You're risking the ship, the crew, and the mission on the assumptions that Helkara and Leishman are engineering geniuses, Tharp is a piloting savant, our transporter chief can work miracles, and the Breen are unwilling to sacrifice themselves in a kamikaze attack?" "Yup." "Damn I LOVE this job."

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Report this May. 21 2011, 11:48 pm

I'm not much of a zombie fan, but I thought the movie Zombie Land was really funny.....


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lligevets

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Report this May. 22 2011, 9:59 am

Quote: Lisajayne @ May. 21 2011, 3:46 pm

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>I LOVE Zombies,people think I'm weird especially being a 40 year old woman.I don't care!!! what are peoples fave zombie movie mine is the original Dawn of the Dead!!!

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Dawn of the dead is one my favs also. When I first watched Resident Evil I had no clue what the movie was about my life was so busy I payed no attention to tv, ,movies or games. My wife picked up the dvd recommended by my son. I did not expect zombies at all the cast was great and the story was fantastic.  



Now Resident evil is in my fav zombie movies and fav actress Milo that I first seen in Fifth Element also a  fav movie.    


 



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Report this Jun. 14 2011, 1:17 pm

Quote: Chief Warrant Officer Finn @ May. 18 2011, 10:50 am

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>I'm a huge zombie movie fan, but I hated Walking Dead.  The writers for that show were unbelievably STUPID.

>Hell, I'm not going to take the plethora of HUMVEEs, helicopters, or MPVs available, I'll take a horse!

>I'm not going to take an AR-15 or other more useful semi-automatic rifle with 30 round magazine, I'll take a pump shotgun!  Then before I shoot the shotgun, I'll waste a shot by ejecting an unused shell because it sounds cool!

>The left 4 lanes of the highway are completely empty, but I'm going to obey traffic laws during a zombie apocalypse!  Wouldn't want a reckless driving conviction!

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What's wrong with taking a horse? You can get to places that many vehicles can't get to and that are most likely to be completely zombie-free, such as undeveloped forested mountain sides, and with a horse you don't have to worry about finding gas (as well as zombies attacking you while you gas up), you just have to find grass for the horse to eat.


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Report this Jun. 14 2011, 3:32 pm

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Report this Jun. 14 2011, 6:48 pm

Night of the Living Dead

This old film (black and white) revolutionized horror movies. But one of the strangest aspects of the film is the character Harry Cooper, the cranky man hiding in the cellar with his wife and daughter. While Harry is not one of the friendliest person you will ever meet, I cannot help but think:Harry Cooper’s actions regarding the zombies was justified.




1. His “hiding in the cellar” plan worked at the end of the film.


Harry Cooper spent a good deal of the film arguing with Ben about staying in the cellar because it’s the safest place in the house and in the end: Ben retreats to the cellar to live through the night. Now, had they all gotten in the cellar in the first place, all of the futile plans of escaping would have been averted. Now, Cooper’s daughter still would have become a zombie, but there would have been several extra people down there including Ben, Tom, Judy and Barbara and they could have handled one little girl. Instead, because of bickering: the house gets overrun and they all died.


2. He was protecting his wife and child.


As people watch the film, they’ll all criticize Cooper because of his actions and anger but the truth is that he was trying to protect his family. If most families were stuck in the same situation, I’d bet that people would see themselves doing the same actions of Cooper long before they acted like Ben. It’s simply human nature to protect ones family.


3. Ben and Barbara are dangerous strangers to Cooper and his family.


While Cooper is not a politically correct person he is trying to save the lives of people he loves as opposed to these two dangerous strangers. Ben with his we must make a run for it ideas and a useless comatose Barbara are huge threats to everyones survival. The teenage couple like the idea of hiding in the cellar until Ben made the scene. Sometimes it's ok to be conservative during a zombie attack.





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SnugglePuff

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Report this Jun. 17 2011, 4:57 am

I am a part of Zombie Response Unit 4! Let the bastards come!


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lligevets

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Report this Jun. 17 2011, 5:21 am

Quote: 3 of 12 @ Jun. 14 2011, 6:48 pm

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>Night of the Living Dead

This old film (black and white) revolutionized horror movies. But one of the strangest aspects of the film is the character Harry Cooper, the cranky man hiding in the cellar with his wife and daughter. While Harry is not one of the friendliest person you will ever meet, I cannot help but think:Harry Cooper’s actions regarding the zombies was justified.

>1. His “hiding in the cellar” plan worked at the end of the film.

>Harry Cooper spent a good deal of the film arguing with Ben about staying in the cellar because it’s the safest place in the house and in the end: Ben retreats to the cellar to live through the night. Now, had they all gotten in the cellar in the first place, all of the futile plans of escaping would have been averted. Now, Cooper’s daughter still would have become a zombie, but there would have been several extra people down there including Ben, Tom, Judy and Barbara and they could have handled one little girl. Instead, because of bickering: the house gets overrun and they all died.

>2. He was protecting his wife and child.

>As people watch the film, they’ll all criticize Cooper because of his actions and anger but the truth is that he was trying to protect his family. If most families were stuck in the same situation, I’d bet that people would see themselves doing the same actions of Cooper long before they acted like Ben. It’s simply human nature to protect ones family.

>3. Ben and Barbara are dangerous strangers to Cooper and his family.

>While Cooper is not a politically correct person he is trying to save the lives of people he loves as opposed to these two dangerous strangers. Ben with his we must make a run for it ideas and a useless comatose Barbara are huge threats to everyones survival. The teenage couple like the idea of hiding in the cellar until Ben made the scene. Sometimes it's ok to be conservative during a zombie attack.


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Nice analogy although I would have been more like Ben not wanting to be cornered in the basement.


 


 


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