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    Busting prepping myths: part 1 – canned food

    Now that The Walking Dead hype is slowing down due to a long break between episodes, I thought it was time for some real prepping advice! So today we’re starting a new article series, busting prepping myths! In every article we take one prepping myth and bust it like Daryl busts open mushy zombie skulls […] More

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    How to prep on a budget

    After last fan requested article, we decided to keep doing articles on request! So today we’re writing an article for our number one “Facebook like fan”, Deborah Middleton! She suggested we do an article on how to prepare for apocalypse survival on a budget. So I started thinking about this and realized that when the apocalypse starts, money won’t […] More

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    Zombies Won’t Keep Away Zombies

    Once upon a time, there was no getting away from zombies. If they had you trapped, you were trapped. And you were dead. Now and days, it’s not like that anymore. Tricks can be used to disguise a living person from a hungry zombie. Such as we see on The Walking Dead, a survivor can […] More

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    5 reasons why Australia will survive the zombie apocalypse

    After Israel, Russia and Finland, it’s now Australia’s turn to survive the zombie apocalypse! And remember, these lists are fun and a little satirical… So if you don’t like the country we’re discussing, don’t get all anal about it. Just e-mail us your suggestion for a country instead! So enough jibber jabbering, let’s begin. Vast open wilderness – When […] More

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    Long-Term Zombie Survival: A Response

    Merriweather asks: What would be the best place in North America to begin rebuilding society after most of the population AND zombies had been wiped out? I would think temperatures, rainfall, land fertility, fresh water, and possible natural disasters would all need to be assessed. Materials (steel, glass, cloth, etc) would be in abundance via […] More

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    Fire Starter from Empty Lighter

    This article is how to take an empty disposable lighter and re-make it into an effective fire starting tool for use in an emergency. Think of it as an “apocalyptic tinder box” : ) What you need to make it: 1) empty lighter – they still have a flint & striker w/o fuel 2) lint […] More

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    3 common survival items that are useless

    1 – Tinder sticks Didn’t even really bother to look up the proper name for these items. They’re the little magnesium like sticks you can make sparks with. They’re this huge hype with “outdoor folk”, people in suburbs with trucks and all, or rooftop survival people in cities. Of course you could actually use them […] More

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    Koch’s Corner: A Guide to the Best in Low Tech, by Justin Koch

    Guns, guns, guns.  That’s what we all wanted when the dead started biting.  A Colt .45 sold for its weight in gold back then, bullets too. But we quickly learned that guns create more problems than they solve. Ammo is scare, shots are loud, and gunplay often let’s trouble know exactly where to find you. […] More

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    5 animals most likely to survive a zombie apocalypse

    Today we’re looking at five animals I believe will survive the zombie apocalypse. Some will not only survive, they’ll thrive during the apocalypse. Insects (and other crawlers) This has to be a no-brainer, insects will thrive during the apocalypse! Rotting corpses everywhere, death and decay to feast on at every corner! Not only will insects […] More

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    How dangerous are zombies?

    Today we’re looking at the main types of zombies and how much of a thread these really are. We’ll be looking at how the infection spreads and how dangerous the zombie itself is. Sprinting Infected The first group we’re looking at are the sprinting infected as seen in “28 days later”. These aren’t technically zombies […] More

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    General Survival Guidelines

    General Survival Guidelines     Always have some sort of weapon.     Prioritize your needs: Basic needs are food, water and shelter. Companionship is fairly important too. Things of value in the previous world (such as money and smaller comforts) must be secondary.     Strength in numbers: With more populace, your refuge will not only be […] More

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    Do’s and Dont’s

    So what are the Zombie survival do’s and don”ts? What should you so and what not? We made a list of the most important ones for you to follow. Rule 1: Cardio: This one comes up in Zombieland and clearly makes alot of sense. How many fat people do you see at the end of […] More

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    Start a trading post

    Hold on, before you get all mad here, I think this idea really has something to it! What do almost all great survival games have in common? They offer trading posts for survivors! So why not start your own when the apocalypse starts? Get it fortified and stock up on stuff worth trading. The first […] More

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