This Tutorial May Save Your Life
Based on the ridiculous decorations on my street, it must be Halloween season. Halloween means just one thing: ZOMBIES. This might be the year that massive zombie attack finally happens in your town. Facing the horrifying prospect of having my brains eaten by a marauding band of the undead, I decided to prepare.
I went out to the internets and researched the subject. My research seemed to point to a few basic steps to improve survival chances.
Keep it Simple
- Identify the Zombie – Spot them and keep your distance.
- Take Shelter – Find somewhere to lay low, while you make a plan.
- Obtain Weapons – Get your hands on some weapons. Guns are best, followed by machetes, axes, or clubs.
- Kill Zombies – There is only one way to kill a zombie; kill their brain. Shoot, chop, or bash their head until the brain can no longer control their decaying bodies.
The Guys at CommonCraft will show you how to Survive a Zombie Attack in this video.
How to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse
Some people advocate a more glamorous, militaristic approach.
Recognize: Learn how to spot a zombie.
Attack: Learn how to arm yourself and kill zombies.
Survival: Learn to hunker down with a buddy and some supplies.
Panic: If the previous steps fail, just panic.
Take a look at this video for a thorough tutorial.
How to Make Your Self up like a Zombie
Some people seem to think that disguising yourself as one of the undead will help you avoid detection. I personally doubt this very much, but if you’re interested, take a look.
How to Protect your Legos from a Zombie Attack
Your friends and family are not the only ones in danger. They’re also after your legos. Arm your little plastic loved ones with this Lego Zombie Defense Pack.
Don’t think the lego zombie threat is real? Take a look a this shocking video.
Happy Halloween Season.
Oct. 7, 2008 – UPDATE: Here is a lego set that depicts the impending Zombie Apocalypse in shiny undead plastic.
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