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Old 09-28-2009, 01:20 PM   #1
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I just came across this picture I made using some free design software I downloaded. I painstakingly recreated my office including furniture and computers. I had this hung on the wall of my office* for several years. My clients always got a kick out of seeing it.

Do you have a plan for the zombie apocalypse?!




*The company I worked for was called DSI
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Old 09-28-2009, 05:02 PM   #2
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I have a plan... Not a pictoral one.... but I know what I'll be doing when those ****ers arrive... its called a 12 gauge...
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Old 09-28-2009, 07:30 PM   #3
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I have a plan... Not a pictoral one.... but I know what I'll be doing when those ****ers arrive... its called a 12 gauge...
No no no, reload time on a 12 gauge is far too long. It IS an effective tool, but you want something smaller, easy to reload (has clips), and gives you the ability to double up! I'd probably go with couple of Glocks. Super common, so they are easy to get ammo for. You don't need to be taking a zombie's head off, just gotta get a good head shot in there.

Of course, those would be my back ups to a trusty M4 or two. The glocks would hopefully be more of a last ditch, close range option.

Now if I am at my apartment complex, I would head up to the fourth floor. Some of the apartments have little bridges that lead to them as the only way in, so I would blow that out and keep some ply wood or ladder to get myself across, all the while keeping the zombies safely on the other side.

But I haven't thought about it
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Old 09-28-2009, 07:58 PM   #4
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That's why I carry a small hatchet next to my driver's seat in my Jeep, and have various swords hanging on the walls. I've also informed my wife that the bike room in our apartment is a great last-ditch place to be, since the very heavy metal doors open outward from the room, and there's the small chance to escape through a small (though grated) window that leads to an enclosed courtyard in our apartment building.

So yes, I have a plan.
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Old 09-28-2009, 08:20 PM   #5
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No no no, reload time on a 12 gauge is far too long. It IS an effective tool, but you want something smaller, easy to reload (has clips), and gives you the ability to double up! I'd probably go with couple of Glocks. Super common, so they are easy to get ammo for. You don't need to be taking a zombie's head off, just gotta get a good head shot in there.

Of course, those would be my back ups to a trusty M4 or two. The glocks would hopefully be more of a last ditch, close range option.

Now if I am at my apartment complex, I would head up to the fourth floor. Some of the apartments have little bridges that lead to them as the only way in, so I would blow that out and keep some ply wood or ladder to get myself across, all the while keeping the zombies safely on the other side.

But I haven't thought about it
Nothing puts a Zombie down like a 12-Gauge! I'd take my dad's old Auto-5 any day of the week! But you have to have a backup plan. Nearly anything can be a weapon against Zombies, but some weapons are just cooler than others.

Seems like nobody ever likes to use fire on zombies. I, for one, think that a flamethrower in a crowd of brain hunting zombies would be killer... Or UNkiller, or whatever.
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Old 09-28-2009, 08:30 PM   #6
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Seems like nobody ever likes to use fire on zombies. I, for one, think that a flamethrower in a crowd of brain hunting zombies would be killer... Or UNkiller, or whatever.
Until they shamble, in flames, over to where you are and start eating and cooking you at the same time.
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Old 09-28-2009, 08:44 PM   #7
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Some of you are talking about what you would do. Do you have these items ready? Don't talk about what you want to do, talk about what you have ready, it is something that can happen any day it is not a future idea...

I for one have two plans:
One is I have my hatchet next to my bed. I don't want to turn into a zombie during sex I want to at least finish.

Second I will just become one of them, why not?

 
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Do you have these items ready?
Yes, and I have sword training (japanese katana) that would help, though I could probably keep sharper swords around.
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Old 09-28-2009, 09:05 PM   #9
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I just looked at your profile. I didn't see anything handsome at all! What is this? some kind of scam user name?

 
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Old 09-28-2009, 10:24 PM   #10
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No no no, reload time on a 12 gauge is far too long.
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