#1 2019-03-28 10:26:29

anthony77
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The Zombies are comming

So you catch a break, through a friend of a friend you find out that the end of days is only 24 hours away, a virus has been released and within 24 hours the spread will reach 90% of the world population through bites and scratches and zombie blood, that right.... the zombies are here.

So you have 24 hours to prepare yourself, what are your first steps, lets call this the "pre-apocalypse preparation Saturday"?

Do you try to leave and get to another place that is not as familiar to get out of a populated area or do you use your time to secure your own location and prepare?

My first steps would be to get to the DIY shop get rivet guns, wood, metal sheeting, chicken wire, nail guns etc, completely seal the house with propped doors, jammed hinges, boarded entrances, metal sheet and chicken wire the windows, seal off the stairs as well and cover the entire bottom floor with razor wire, of of course leave the car parked in front of the most vulnerable entrance.

Buy about 4000 tins of mixed veg and other foods in tins and about 500 gallons of water along with at least 2 years worth of multi vitamins.

That would be my preparation...under the assumption that you need to wait out at lease 18 months before it is safe to venture out of the house due to zombie population decrease how about you?

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#2 2019-03-28 13:43:17

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Re: The Zombies are comming

I don't have time to answer this right now however I would like to say this is my favorite post on this forum ever so far.


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#3 2019-03-28 15:32:38

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Re: The Zombies are comming

Zombie poon is still poon.  Just sayin'.

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#4 2019-04-10 15:51:45

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Re: The Zombies are comming

anthony77 wrote:

So you catch a break, through a friend of a friend you find out that the end of days is only 24 hours away, a virus has been released and within 24 hours the spread will reach 90% of the world population through bites and scratches and zombie blood, that right.... the zombies are here.

So you have 24 hours to prepare yourself, what are your first steps, lets call this the "pre-apocalypse preparation Saturday"?

Do you try to leave and get to another place that is not as familiar to get out of a populated area or do you use your time to secure your own location and prepare?

My first steps would be to get to the DIY shop get rivet guns, wood, metal sheeting, chicken wire, nail guns etc, completely seal the house with propped doors, jammed hinges, boarded entrances, metal sheet and chicken wire the windows, seal off the stairs as well and cover the entire bottom floor with razor wire, of of course leave the car parked in front of the most vulnerable entrance.

Buy about 4000 tins of mixed veg and other foods in tins and about 500 gallons of water along with at least 2 years worth of multi vitamins.

That would be my preparation...under the assumption that you need to wait out at lease 18 months before it is safe to venture out of the house due to zombie population decrease how about you?

Hour 1: First I would contact all family members and have them convene at a location to which I see fit, which in this case would be a place in Temiskaming, QC. There are 4 large cabins built there. It is very very secluded. It sits at the base of a mountain in a large clearing where a large river intersects a large lake (fresh water). There is lots of wildlife and many fish there to live off of, so that covers the food. I would immediately rent 2 RV's to handle all the supplies I would be bringing. I obviously am not going to have to return these RV's, but need to rent them solely to get my hands on them right away.



Hour 2-3: I hit up my local gas station and fill up as many jerry cans as I could, before heading to my local 'outdoors' store. I would buy all necessary tools to survive in the wilderness; Axe, saw, knives, lots of flint, a machete, a few bows and lots of arrows (arrows could also be made from the land) and all other tools I may need.



Hours 4-6: I would spend this time collecting food that will need to last for at least the next 6 months for all intended family and friends that would be meeting us there. I suspect that would be around 15 people, so lots of food will be needed. The food would mainly consist of rice (cheap, easily cooked and takes up less space when un-cooked), and Canned beans (protein). Once the food is collected, I would pick up medical supplies. Tylenol, Aspirin, antibiotics, bandages, alcohol, Gauss, sewing needles for stitches, Etc...



Hour 7: I would then hit up my local library and take out any and all books that may lend a hand in our survival in the wilderness. Some of these books would include, farming, hunting, outdoor survival, local fauna/wildlife, maps of the country, province and area I'm going to, and any other informative book. I would also pick up several dozen purely for leisurely reading, as we will be out there for quite a while.



Hour 8: Seeds, seeds, seeds. Because we will not be travelling back into town once we arrive, we will need to do our own gardening to provide us with the vitamins and minerals our bodies will need. I will pick up 15-20 packs of every type of fruit or vegetable that could survive being planted in the area I'm going to. I will then use the seeds from these plants to continue the venture in the future.



Hour 9: Now that I have all the basics, Its on to the more 'luxury' items. Firepower. Head to my local gun store and pick up some guns and ammo, that will be used for both protection and hunting in the first year until we are comfortable enough hunting with the bow. Since the cabins are all stocked with beds, kitchens, fireplaces and kayaks/canoes, this saves us lots of time tracking down comfort items.



Hour 10: Solar panels. I would pick up some solar panels that could be used to charge cell phones (constantly checking for service to see if the apocalypse has ended) but will also be used for flashlights, radio's, lights in the cabins at night and other various things that could help us live more comfortably.



Hour 11: Go and rent and ATV and a snow machine for easier travelling as well as covering ground while hunting.



Hour 12: Go and buy a HAM radio to keep in contact with the rest of the world.



Hour 13: I would spend this time collecting anything that could potentially be used for bartering in the future. Alocohol, tabacco, matches, etc...



Hour 14: In the last hour before leaving, if everything else has been gathered and I have time, I would go and stock up on more luxuries. Toilet paper, tooth brushes, deodorant, shaving kits, soap, shampoo, and lots and lots of clothes that cover all sizes for both boys and girls.



Hour 15: Its Go-Time. I suspect it would take an hour to haul ass around the city to gather the most important people and load them into the RV's. I gather I could fit 8 people in each RV, each RV loaded with exactly half of each kind of supply gathered, in case anything were to happen on the way there.



Hour 16-24: Time it would take to drive to Temiskaming, all while towing the ATV behind one RV, and the snow machine behind the 2nd RV.

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