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    RE: Zombie Apocalypse! What would you do?

    Get a big ass wooden stick, possibly a broom and hope my constantly playing fighting games has actually taught me something, along with hoping my family is safe.

    raid as many shops as possible, getting tins of food, bottles of water, nappies and camping stuff. Strap my kids to me so they're safe and find the safest place in town...even if it's the attic at home. Shack up there until help arrives, hopefully.

    That's what I'd like to think I'd do...but, to be honest, I'd die in minutes in reality. Dx
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    RE: Zombie Apocalypse! What would you do?

    1. Pack a hiking backpack consisting of a bedroll, a change of clothes, canteen, fire starting kit, the Zombie Survival Guide, and a day's worth of food. Grab my dad's machete and my bike from the garage. Keep the machete out when needed.
    2. Take my bike over to my friend's house who has a police officer as a father. Ask if I can "borrow" an AR-10 semiautomatic rifle with at least 100 rounds. Tell my friend to pack everything I did and if he has a bike, take it with him. Also tell him to bring along his M1 carbine.
    3. Contact a handful of close friends and relatives and organize a rendezvous point near the highway. Everyone must be sufficiently packed, battle-ready, and be ready to travel. Make it clear that NO ONE should pack any electronics; when the power grid fails, they'll become dead weight.
    4. Travel near the highway at a steady and alert pace. Spend the night up off the ground and in a suitable position to awaken and fight off the horde at a moment's notice.
    5. As time goes on, people will have either abandoned their houses or have died within the walls. The unlucky few will still be heavily defending their keeps. While traveling, ransack everything useful that we can and keep moving.
    6. Once out of the city, we can afford to slow the pace; urban areas are the most infested with zombies, but we should always be alert. Stay on the main roads and watch the shoulder, especially in places that have a ton of tall grass. Zombies tend to hide often.
    7. There will never truly be a permanent place of rest for our group. Only when we can find a place that's high in elevation, suitable for planting crops, and nearly void of urban activity can we even hope to settle down. Until then, we keep on moving and pray that we're not being followed...

    It may not be the best plan of action, but...is there really a GOOD plan for surviving a zombie apocalypse?
    A boy has the right to dream. There are endless possibilities stretched out before him. What awaits him down the path he will then have to choose; the boy doesn't always know. At some point the boy then becomes an adult, and learns what he was able to become. Joy and sadness will forever accompany this. He is confronted with a choice; when this happens, does he bid his past farewell in his heart? Once a boy becomes an adult, he can no longer go back to being a boy; the boy is now a man. Only one thing can be said: "A boy has the right to dream.". For those endless possibilities are stretched out before him.

    We must remember...all men were once boys.

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    Slow zombies? Just go out to eat popcorn and see how they kill themselves with my spiky fence, I guess And then I'd wander off to the nearest bar to stock up some alcohol.
    Fast ones? I'd be dead right off the bat. Where do you think the masses come from?

    But honestly the slowly rotting ones would be of no match to anyone with anything besides their hands as weapons, so getting killes by one would be a practical impossibility. How can you get killed by something you see and hear miles away and have time to take a nap before it's even attacking? There's no need for guns in that scenario at all. Unless you want to rob other people, I guess.

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    This familiar question is always thrown at the back of our heads but really now, what do we all do if we ever live to see the day that humanity will be infected with a deadly virus thus turning all people that comes in contact with it into zombies...?

    We might get taken aback by seeing our family and friends turn into flesh eating mindless ghouls. And preserving sanity as well as our lives is a mighty tedious task. But the thought of hacking and shooting someone in order to survive is something straight from a movie or a game. Just the thought of it somehow sends chill down to my spine.

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    I have had this one planned out for a while and i wanna get more people on board with it, I want to take over a Home Depot, think about it, there would be almost no competition for it because there are no guns or food or anything really to go after like many other stores have. You can barricade it with supplies you find inside, weapons from what you find inside, and given some time and effort you could even grow your own food, its like a little town. Then just expand out from the main building like any normal group. Best part is that by spreading the idea around i dont have to worry about others stealing my ideas, because the whole concept relies on people locking up inside and working together
    A boy has the right to dream. There are endless possibilities stretched out before him. What awaits him down the path he will then have to choose. The boy doesn't always now. At some point, the boy then becomes an adult and learns what he was able to become. Joy and Sadness forever will accompany this. He is confronted with a choice. When this happens, does he bid his past farewell in his heart? Once a boy becomes an adult, he can no longer go back to being a boy. The boy is now a man. Only one thing can be said: "A boy has the right to dream, for those endless possbilities are stretched out before him". We must remember... all men were once boys

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    Quote Originally Posted by fondofwisdom View Post
    I have had this one planned out for a while and i wanna get more people on board with it, I want to take over a Home Depot, think about it, there would be almost no competition for it because there are no guns or food or anything really to go after like many other stores have. You can barricade it with supplies you find inside, weapons from what you find inside, and given some time and effort you could even grow your own food, its like a little town. Then just expand out from the main building like any normal group. Best part is that by spreading the idea around i dont have to worry about others stealing my ideas, because the whole concept relies on people locking up inside and working together
    I like this plan. It's very kumbaya.
    This Home Depot appears to be on board.
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    This was a good idea Mantis.

  7. Agree fondofwisdom agreed with this post
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    This is one of the things that still randomly pops in my head when I'm out driving and traveling. I'll see a tower or fenced in location and think to myself, "this would be a good place to fortify or defend myself from a zombie attack.
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