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Found 2 results

  1. mox

    San Diego, CA

    I did my undergrad at UCSD and am fairly familiar with the social and academic scenes at SDSU and USD if you have an questions fire away.
  2. superbygk

    Zombie apocalypse

    If a zombie apocalypse were to happen, what would you do? How would you prepare? Me, I live on the 2nd floor of a three story apartment building, so I already have a bit of an advantage. I already regularly buy groceries and cook at home, so I think I would have food enough for maybe about a week (less if it's not just me). Canned goods are a must. In terms of scavanging for food and supplies, I think that a bicycle might work well. It's less noisy and smaller than a car so it won't draw as much attention, but you can still outpace zombies easily. I'd also fill my bathtub, sinks, and other containers with water just in case. I don't know how to work firearms, but I may have some things I can turn into improvised weapons, like knifes, screwdrivers, wooden beams and things if need be. Of course I'd keep the lights off during the night so as not to draw attention, board up the windows and monitor all entry points into the apartment regularly, even if they are secure, just to be sure no zombie is snooping around them in case I need to make a quick getaway. The one thing I am not so sure of is this: If I needed to flee my home, I don't know if keeping to major roads and cities is better, or going on back roads and attempting to traveling rurally. I suppose both have their advantages, but which is better? What do you think?
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