Saturday, August 30, 2008

Weekend Roundup Vol. 6 - The Zombie Edition

Well another week comes to a close and that means another edition of the weekend roundup! More tips and links to some of my favorite blog posts zombie websites from around the blogosphere web...

FROM THE DESK OF FLEA
I am going camping this weekend...hurray for me! We are busting out the pop-up and heading to the state park. The fish are trembling with fear as I write this!

ADMINISTRATIVE STUFF
Somone actually found my site by typing this phrase in google:
"can you spray your potbelly pig with tap water to cool them off"
Sure as shit type that in google and my site is FIRST in the results!

 
My offer to allow folks to guest post here still stands if anyone is interested email me at beasurvivor.blogspot@gmail.com and we'll talk about it.

TIP OF THE WEEK:
If you want to survive a zombie attack, you must read The Zombie Survival Guide: Complete Protection from the Living Dead by Max Brooks...masterful...just masterful.

Bonus tip: Under no circumstance should you proceed to Wal-Mart, Costco or the mall during a zombie apocolypse...you will be eaten in short order.

Email me a tip and I will post it here and make you famous (we'll not really...but you will get credit!)

WEEKEND ROUNDUP
Zombie Squad - forums and survival info.

De-animator - flash based zombie game - addicting

The Last Stand 2 - another flash based game that is really good.

The Ultimate Zombie Survival Film

A pretty comprehensive list of Zombie Films.

Homepage of the Dead - Romero tribute site.

5 WAYS TO IMMEDIATELY IMPROVE YOUR CHANCES IN A ZOMBIE APOCOLYPSE
1.) Purchase a firearm and practice head shots until you make Vasily Zaytsev look like and amateur.
2.) Trim your hair short and wear tight fitting clothes
3.) Purchase a suit of chainmail or a shark suit.
4.) Check any survivors for bite marks (be insistant, don't take anything for granted and don't take no for an answer)
5.) Crowbars and aluminum baseball bats don't need to be reloaded and should be considered a must as a backup to any firearm.

Bonus: If your neighbor approaches is an uncoordinated and shambling manner, appears pale and is moaning as if his balls were caught in a mousetrap; proceed with caution - he is most likely not coming over to borrow your hedge trimmers.

...that is all.

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1 comment:

  1. "Day by Day Armageddon" by J.L. Bourne is a good zombie fiction read. It is written as journal entries by a USAF pilot. you can read the first few journal pages here http://www.tacticalunderground.us/journal1.htm

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