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  • Survival Use: Empty Aluminum Soda Pop Cans

    I love soda pop! Since 2013 soft drinks have been America’s number one beverage. 6 in 10 children, and 5 in 10 adults consume soft drinks daily. The soft drink industry makes $75 billion a year. Part of this is the 582 cans that drink each year by each consumer. This accounts for 200 billion […] More

  • Assembling A Sick Day Tote Bag

    Eventually, you will get sick. Whether it be the Coronavirus, Influenza, or a Common Cold, you will get sick at least once this year. I have learned over the years that not only being sick sucks but having to go outside and get supplies makes it worse. You have to deal with traffic with a […] More

  • Survival Foot Care

    Eventually, there will be no more gas to keep the cars rolling, your bike chain will rust, and you won’t be trained enough to ride a horse. At one point during the disaster, you will have to walk. The average American walks 4,000 steps a day, which is roughly 1.5 miles. That puts a lot […] More

  • Survival Uses For Makeup

    Makeup is the fifth most bought woman based product in the world. The average woman will spend $15,000 on makeup in her lifetime. Many of us look at these products with one thing in mind, making us look pretty. But, what if I told you that your makeup bag can double as a survival kit. […] More

  • Supplies That You Should Not Buy From The Dollar Stores

    Dollar stores are wonderful places for those prepping on a budget but don’t be fooled by those low prices. Some things are good buys, while many others need to just be skipped over. These items are selected based on my dollar store prepping experiences. Toilet Paper Toilet paper is a hygiene necessity for everyone in […] More

  • Top Five Martial Arts Perfect for Zombie Defense

    Every prepper has one dedicated weapon of choice they plan to use to fight the herds of the undead. Wither you’re melee or firearms person, you trained yourself on all the ins and outs of that particular style of weaponry. But, what happens when the weapon finally dies on you? What if a zombie is […] More

  • Forgotten First Aid Items

    Accidents are a fact of life. 60,000 people will be admitted this year to the hospital just for cuts. If the cut is severe enough your body can suffer from blood loss and shock. Under the best circumstances, it takes eight minutes to arrive on the scene. But, that’s okay because you are one in […] More

  • Zombie Prepping Bad Habits

    We all have a bad habit we need to break. Some are harmless like buying the occasional scratcher at the gas station or mine which is biting my lower lip. But, some could be dangerous, and potentially fatal even in the best situation. In a disaster, we’ll become more dependent on these bad habits for […] More

  • Don’t Wait for Reanimation, Your Loved Ones Deserve to Stay Dead

    I understand that it’s hard to let the ones you love go. It’s difficult and sad to image life without them. You would do anything to keep them safe and happy. This feeling isn’t going to go away when the apocalypse comes. Quite the opposite, you will feel more responsible for and worried about losing […] More

  • Eight Most Forgotten Items From Your Bug-Out Bug

    When assembling your bug out bag you think to yourself the ‘rule of three’; three minutes without air, three hours without shelter, three days without water, and three weeks without food. You stocked up on N95 masks and invested in a couple of great gas masks for extra insurance. You studied how to make a […] More

  • Top Five Best Hiding Places Nobody Thought About

    Where will you go when the dead begin to walk the Earth? Bugging out is a popular topic among zombie enthusiasts. We all have at least one plan on where we will go to outlive the zombies. Many peoples’ plans involve going to a big box store like Target or Walmart. With millions upon millions […] More

  • Foraging for Survival

    Foraging for survival is a risky endeavor.  The phrase I hear the most is “I’ll just move to the woods and forage for my food”.  The optimist in me hopes by “foraging” they mean hunting, farming and foraging.  But let’s assume that’s not what they mean.  Foraging for food as a means of survival is […] More

  • The Big N-O in the ZA

    Have you noticed how hot zombies have gotten? I don’t mean hot as in fashionable or trendy, but hot like Salma Hayek’s dance scene in From Dusk Till Dawn. Everywhere you look in the zombie world, the undead are getting more and more doable. Go to any zombie themed Facebook page or Pinterest board and […] More

  • Offensive Strategies Against Zombies

    Stationary Tactics (any strategy where you destroy the undead from a fixed position) The Lure Use of meat (animal, perhaps even human) as bait or something to make sound if you like animals too much. Remember that dead bait equals useless bait. The Fortress More of a defensive strategy, the idea of the Fortress is […] More

  • Never travel on foot during the apocalypse

    There’s a good reason one of the first things people ever did, was find animals they could ride. Traveling on foot is very limiting and isn’t easy, especially if you plan on carrying lots of stuff. I mean most people these days already complain their body is killing them after an afternoon of shopping. Imagine […] More

  • Things you should be doing now

    I know that when the time comes you are ready to be all that you can be against the undead zombie horde. When the apocalypse starts you know exactly where you’ll be. Who you’ll be with, and what you will have on hand. Well we’ve compiled another helpful list of things that the guy next […] More

  • Tanks and APC’s instead of a shelter

    Preppers invest large amounts of money in getting their property, family, friends and vehicles ready for any kind of apocalypse. But what they’re basically doing with this, is prepping civilian property for war. You can build a basement shelter, stockpile food, board up windows, build fences and what not all you want. But you’re just building […] More

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    A Little Something to Think About

    I recently was looking through google to find funny zombie jokes and despite my search for humor I ended up coming across this photo. It reads, “The population of the world is 6,894,594,844. Assuming that a zombie virus was airborne, waterborne, and spread through bites and scratches then only the few who were immune would […] More

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    Is the Zombie Apocalypse the New Underwater Basket Weaving?

    The zombie apocalypse is the subject of a sociology course I am teaching during winter term at Linfield College in Oregon, and the class is packed. When I tell friends and colleagues, the reaction ranges from “Wow! Nice!” to giving me looks once reserved only for “Underwater Basket Weaving 101” courses taught back in the […] More