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    Apocalyptic Ethics

    Part One

    I recently finished playing the video game “The Last of Us.” I’m sure many out there are saying “dude, I finished it almost three years ago.” Well, for reasons of a busy life and travel, I fell behind in my gaming. But I’m just stoked that had the time to finish it, so if anyone […] More

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    Made out Alive a free zombie movie

    ***DONATE to see us make a bigger better film!!*** FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Made-Out-Alive/266813840053068?ref_type=bookmark The new Zombie film! RED TIDE-FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Red-Tide/512098212204004?ref=hl&ref_type=bookmark Made out alive is a full feature independent film, made in Austin Texas. We shot this film for under 3 thousand dollars! The story follows a few friends that find themselves in the middle of an […] More

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    Redeker Plan

    The Redeker Plan (commonly known as “The South African war plan”) is a strategy employed in the fictional world of World War Z, a novel written by Max Brooks. The Redeker Plan is essentially the intentional sacrifice of a large portion of the population in order to save a population in a more defensible or […] More

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    How not to be a damsel in distress

    I have spent much of my zombie debate time and career campaigning for girly girls and their place in the world after the zombie apocalypse. Tireless hours have been spent trying to explain the sheer amount of stealthy ninja like skills that you Martha Stewarts in training are bringing to the table!But damn it you […] More

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    Destroying the Brain(stem)

    I want to preface this article by saying that I’m going to be talking about some medical stuff, but I am not a doctor. I never finished my residency. Also, I never started my residency or went to medical school. Or college. This was just a topic that I got to thinking about when I […] More

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    Self-Sufficiency

    Self-Sufficiency. Introduction Most zombie survival plans entail at least some degree of scavenging. But really, how long will you be able to scavenge and hoard? Most food will last anywhere from a few days to a few months, though canned and dried goods will last years if stored properly. A lot of this depends on […] More

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    Confessions of a Zombie Prepper

    I am preparing for the Zombie Apocalypse. I get a lot of strange looks for that statement so I don’t go around touting it. I do not have a cache of weapons, nor am I expecting the end of the world. Although, there are many out there that are expecting just that. You might have […] More

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    Limited approach defense

    Limited approach defense is something that can and should be applied in a variety of assaults. The basic principle is to use mobility against your opponent and allow only a limited number of enemies to approach at once. A small scale example would be a lone defender with a drywall hatchet at the top of the ladder […] More

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