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  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Gifts for Your Zombie Prepper

    Still trying to figure out gifts for your Zombie Prepper? Here are a few cool items I have come across in my search for my own wish list.   Books  Max Brooks Boxed Set:  World War Z & The Zombie Survival Guide – Max Brooks ($24 Amazon) This one is obvious; any zombie prepper has […] More

  • The importance of having a night watch

    By now many of you have seen the first episode of season 4 of The Walking Dead. At the ending of this episode, Patrick gets sick, dies and turns. The following trailer shows mass chaos, panic and the group leaving the prison. The first question this raises, is how did he get infected? Or did […] More

  • Seven Things You Should Be Teaching Your Kids

    With states officially declaring the end of the school year the children rejoiced, while their parents groan in distaste. This left many parents wondering what to do about their education, so next year they don’t fall behind other students. Their anxiety grew as schools are becoming uncertain as to when, if, they’ll open next year. […] More

  • The Best and Worst Places to be When Zombies Attack

    The Best Places to Be When Zombies Attack: A Walmart Superstore – This one is a no-brainer. Walmart Superstores have everything, and some of them even carry guns and ammunition (jackpot!). If you’re lucky enough to get caught in a Redneck Walmart, your first stop should be the firearms section. Get yourself a Windham SRC […] More

  • How To Make Your Own COVID Cloth Mask

    Face masks have become a hot topic today. The N95 mask is designed to help those who have direct contact with the virus to prevent them from catching it. Meaning healthcare workers and other essential employees should be using them. But, the CDC is asking the general public to stop buying them as this is […] More

  • Reason Why Every Team Should Have A Redneck

    Many people identify as being a Redneck. It is a popular term in the rural Southern regions of the United States. When we say, Redneck, we usually think of a big heavy set dumb guy named Bubba sipping beer in the back of a pickup truck wearing no shirt and blue overalls. This, unfortunately, is […] More

  • More Then Just Zombies Out There

    Zombies are everywhere they are in your towns, your suburbs, and your homes. You may have spent years training for the moment the dead stop dying, but are you truly ready? Zombies movies gave us a false idea that zombies are the only threat that you and your family will have to face in the […] More

  • Top Five Flowers To Plant In Your Garden

    Flowers are the prettiest part of spring. The flower industry is a 34.3 billion dollar market. There are 15,307 florists in operation in the US alone. Flowers were the last to evolved on Earth, making them the universal late bloomers. Flowers are the most popular gardening plant in the US since the 1970s. They may […] More

  • Starting A Seed Bank

    Happy Earth Day, everyone! Today marks the annual event where we get together to support our beautiful planet. This holiday is acknowledged in 193 countries. It began in 1970 by peace activist John McConnell as an effort to encourage others to coordinate environmental protection events. What a better way to save Earth than by starting […] More

  • Baking Aisle Hacks

    Baking is an important part of the Easter celebration. It has been part of the Easter tradition since it first began thousands of years ago when Pagans baked scared cakes to please the Gods. It was adapted by Christians in their early years with a cake blessing. Baking today brings the family together and give […] More

  • Using drones during the zombie apocalypse

    Now I know what people will say, drones require power that could be used for other means. Like powering light bulbs or other useful equipement. But just to entertain a thought, in case you might have enough power. For example by having invested in solar panels or a windmill in your hideout, or current prepper-home. […] More

  • Six Things You Should Be Doing During Quarantine

    Many states have been in a shelter-in-place mode for the last week or so, leaving many people stuck at home. Kids can’t go to school and countless stores are closed. Right now boredom is becoming a major problem for people everywhere. We spend on average 1,638 hours a year at our jobs, with many of […] More

  • Survival Uses: Butter Tubs

    Butter is a staple in almost every cooking dish, whether it be greasing up a pan, side ingredient, or the main component, America loves butter. Butter is a very simple food; it consists of milk protein (butterfat), salt, and water. In the 1800s butter was used for all sorts of things such as fueling lamps […] More