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Friday, August 5, 2011

Some of you know my deepest concerns about being prepared for disasters.
My instinct tells me to be ready.

I have numerous thoughts that keep me forever diligent. My mind races with options and scenarios.
I keep in my head puzzles that keeps me on the lookout for resources, skills that I can acquire, and people I need to know in order to solve eventual issues.
What would I take with me? What would I leave behind. I have been avoiding attachments to large items that I can't carry.


I consider keeping my keys in my car, in order to have access to them in an emergency.
I don't let my can goods supply become to low.
Calm bodies of water frighten me.
I exercise to build my endurance and strength.
I drink my tea unsweetened and am learning to appreciate other foods without the extras.
I have a pair of running shoes in my bedroom, the basement, the car and at work.

I have phone chargers in the same locations.
I buy tons of candles and incense.
I keep my credit card balances low.
I check in with my family members often. I keep a list of my closest friends updated and edited. I consider who has the same blood type as me? Who would donate an organ for me? I have to know all of these things and more.
I thought I had a pretty good understanding of being prepared for disaster.

Yes, I am talking about the Zombie Apocalypse. That is what you were thinking,correct?
I took this survey and learned that I am no where near ready.

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I was surprised. I needed to conduct some practice drills.
When a new book hit the library Will you Survive the Zombie Apocalypse
I picked it up. As a pick-your-own-adventure book, I felt that I would be successful and survive most scenarios.

funny graphs - Know Your Movie Zombie Danger Levels
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I mostly did not.
I really thought that I had a chance. I picked the Hell's Angel zombie clean-up crew and died. I followed my old high school girl friend to her house and died. One time, following my instincts I trusted the military. Another time following other instincts, I did not. Heck, I stole a police car which is completely not in my me.
I hung out with a pothead and well, I didn't die but I didn't care either.
Although my character was a male, my female instincts took over when I chose to save a child. A few pages latter we both were eaten alive.

The adventures take place in the Big Apple. I chose scenarios where I got to visit all the famous places. Madison Gardens, the subway system, Central Park, One spoiler, NEVER head to the Statue of Liberty during a zombie outbreak.Think about it. Why, would you?
Many endings had my character brainless and masticated.
So much for my zombie survival instincts.
funny graphs and charts
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I must consider what would I really do when the zombies break free of our imaginations and begin chopping on our brains.
I think human instinct would lead me to want to be with other non-infected people in a safe group. I think I should probably ignore those instincts and head for a cave near Lake Erie with packets of seeds and some gardening equipment.

What about you?

9 comments:

Kyle said...

Get excited because it's really happening! ROFL!

I have actually looking into prepping (for emergencies), but found that anyone who's "serious" about prepping essentially has to give up their current life, move to the sticks, build a mini-fortress compound, and sock in enough food and guns to last... well, who knows how long. Not realistic for a suburbanite who's barely making his credit card payments.

Word Nerd said...

Whew! For a minute there I thought you'd gone a bit off the deep end... :O)

The Frizzy Hooker said...

@kyle LOL
@word nerd - I am teetering on the edge.

Kate said...

LOL!


gbe: instinct (kate escape)

Kiwi Riverman's Blogesphere said...

Yopu are well prepared. You could be a girl scout. Be Prepared is the scouting motto!

peter

http://anzacbloggersunite.blog.co.uk

Kathy29156 said...

It sounds like you have it planned!! It never hurts to be prepared!

Kathy
http://www.thetruckerswife.com/

SJerZGirl said...

I have to admit, I had no idea where this one was headed considering the title! LOL

The Frizzy Hooker said...

Yeah.
My spam folder has awesome subject headings

Mojo Writin' said...

My instinct would be to be on my own or in a very small group, no more than three. Not sure about the whole safety in numbers thing. Note to self - refresher course on driving a tank for squashing zombies in!

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