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  • Non-Zombie Movies That Can Save Your Life in A Zombie Apocalypse

    We all love zombie movies, but we all have that one friend who hates zombies. They say their gross, or dumb, but we love them too much to toss them out a window. So, when one of these negative nellies shows up at your movie night these movies will entertain them at the same time […] More

  • The Five Most Important Things to Remember in the Zombie Apocalypse

    I know you’ve probably read dozens of rules(hopefully including my own) on what to do in an apocalypse, but I wanted to take a second to discuss the five most important things to remember in the event that you find yourself attempting to survive in the harsh world of the zombie apocalypse. So then I’ll […] More

  • Five Things You Should Be Doing As Your State Reopens

    As of right now over, 20 states plan to be reopening there doors this week. People are torn about whether this is a good idea or not. Will things get good or better? Will cases spike or drop? All these uncertainties have led to many conflicting reports, but what is true? Personally, if we do […] More

  • Using Easter Sales For Your Zombie Prepping Advantage

    Even though it was created by the Anglo-Saxons to honor their goddess Eostre, Easter is now the celebration of the resurrection of Jesus in the Christian religion. It’s a week-long holiday that starts on Palm Sunday. It is the oldest, and most important, of all the Christian holidays. It is estimated that the average American […] More

  • Four Animals Most Likely to Become Extinct In the Apocalypse

    4. Aquarium Fish Sorry, but in a world, without humans, these little guys don’t have a fighting chance. They have almost no immune system, causing them to get sick quickly. They need the water to be kept at a certain temperature or they’ll freeze or overheat to death. Once, they realize that the food is […] More

  • Supplies You Should Buy At Dollar Stores

    A dollar store is an amazing place for the beginning prepper. The aisles are filled with amazing, cheap products, and everything is only a dollar. These are good places to fill your kits with the little things and help a friend get started with the basics. These are my top five you got buy items […] More

  • Top Five Herbs For Your Garden

    67% of gardeners will be planting at least one her in there garden. An herb is a nonwoody plant that dies down to the root each winter. We have been using them for multiple reasons since the dawn of mankind. Herbs are amazingly beneficial on many levels. Every herb has there perks, so you’ll need […] More

  • How to Speak Zombie- A Guide for the Living

    Social Satire at its very best. How to Speak Zombie- A Guide for the Living by Steve Mockus (Illustrated by Travis Millard) is a zombie guide with a difference. This book takes a humorous approach to the zombie apocalypse and instead of advising on strategic survival plans and modes of combat, focuses on zombie-human interaction. […] More

  • The Prepper’s Liquor Cabinet

    Alcohol is the most socially accepted drug in the US. 86% of Americans have at one point consume alcohol at least once in their lives. When consumed it is digested by the liver because it is the only organ capable of digesting its enzymes. Alcohol is believed to be older than civilization itself dating to […] More

  • Why The Toilet Paper?

    As of 2020, the Coronavirus has been officially declared a pandemic. Rioting has begun in many major cities, as supplies dwindle in these areas. People haven’t seen a pandemic at this scale since The Swine Flu Pandemic in 2009. This is led to a multitude of questions as panic and uncertainty sweep the country.   […] More

  • Fuzzy Sidekicks

    Animals are our greatest companions. We love coming home and holding our trusted dog or petting our soft kitty. During the apocalypse chances are your beloved pet will become your greatest alley. Dog makes loyal partners, but some breeds can’t handle the stresses of disasters. Cats may be fierce hunters, but they aren’t very reliable […] More

  • Survival Uses: Toilet Paper Rolls

    It’s the end of the world people. Cities are being plunged into chaos. The National Guard is being called in to help. We the people are left to figure things out on our own. Today, we begin our two-week segment on how to use everyday items for survival purposes. To begin we will start with […] More

  • Five College Majors Perfect For Preppers

    College is the next great milestone for young adults. 75% of high school seniors will be attending their first-choice college. This year there will be 19.9 million students enrolling in various colleges this fall. Unfortunately, 53% of them will drop out by the end of there freshman year. With another 60% not earning a degree […] More

  • Why boats are the way to go in a zombie apocalypse

    In all zombie movies, books and games the creators were tasked with a very important question: “What can my zombies do?” Can they run? Can they think a little? Open doors? Shamble? Run? It’s always something that has to be compiled into a neat zombie package that fits whatever entertainment is being made. The one […] More

  • Pandemic Survival Lessons We Can Learn From the Coronavirus

    The Coronavirus is the Christmas gift nobody wanted. It took two months for a simple outbreak in Wuhan, China to become a global phenomenon. It is the first major flu epidemic since the Great Swine Flu Outbreak in 2009. Since pandemics are a cornerstone to every zombie movie we can learn a lot from this […] More

  • Survival Uses: Metal Spoons

    Though a basic staple in every home, spoons can be quite versatile when you think of it. The modern-day spoon is a lot older then you think. The spoon dates back 3,000 years ago to Ancient Egypt, where they used it for religious purposes and food prep. It did gain popularity as an eating utensil […] More

  • Office Supply Hacks

    We all have at one point worked a desk job. 70% of the global workforce is compromised of office-based, white-collar, jobs. 1.5 billion of this percentage work from a cubicle. Working from cubicles suck. 90% of those who work in a cubicle say that is the worst part of the job. With us spending 90,000 […] More

  • Using Spring Sales For Your Zombie Prepping Advantage

    Now with April showers ending and May flowers begin to bloom it’s time to talk about spring! Spring, or vernal equinox, usually begins on March 22nd every year. It’s the first time of the year where the sun rises due east, and set due west. Spring usually signifies the re-birthing of Earth and all its […] More

  • Using Valentine’s Day Sales To Your Advantage

    Valentine’s Day is a day of romance. It is celebrated by 190 million people, or 52% of the population, in the US. Overall, the holiday is celebrated in 16 countries with couples everywhere celebrating their love for one another. With the average person spending $161 how can a prepper take advantage of such a festive […] More

  • Why Having Pets in a Zombie Apocalypse is a Bad Idea

    I know everyone loves their pets. I myself have two cats that I adore like children. One of which I’ve had since he was born, eight years ago. I couldn’t imagine how devastating it would be to have to abandon them. People have the ability to develop deep personal bonds with their animals. This makes […] More

  • Bad Foods to Stock Up On

    Food is the second most important part of your disaster preparedness plan. The average person can only live for three weeks without it. Many people have at least three days worth of food put aside for disaster emergencies. This is a good starting point for a beginner prepper. The government asked that each person should […] More