"i have only read through a few comments but from what i gather most of you don't take this seriosly EVEN THOUGH IT SAYS REALLSTICALLY ON THE PAGE FRONT
i dont want to get into the discussion if zombies are or arn't but i am a solid…"
"As I recall, a bunch of enviromentalist did make a go of it on an old oil rig in the north sea several years ago, so it is possible. For those of us that don't live within 500 miles of an oil rig, maybe not a good plan. Supplies need to be…"
So we all love to sit around and talk about where we go for the next zombie outbreak:`Lets go to Costco.``Lets go to Big 5 they have guns there!`But stop and think for a minute. In the event of an emergency where people are being evacuated or under attack, EVERYONE is going to need supplies and weapons. This means that places like Walmart or Costco or even Liqour stores are going to be cleaned out.Also, where would you hold up assuming you do have supplies? The High School? The police station?…See More
"Good thinking if you're at home when TSHTF. I like the idea of not panicking and keeping a low profile. Sometimes you have to move. When you do it make sure you know where you're going and have a good idea of what is waiting for you.
"I mentioned this in another discussion somewhere... Here we're talking of the initial outbreak, the chaos blah blah blah.... Not everyone will have the same circumstance, but still ...
A person is intelligent, people are thick as shit. In the…"
"I'm fortunate in that I live very close to rain forest. 20 mins by dirt bike and I'm gone. No shortage of fresh clean water, lots of game and bush food. All I need is a sleeping platform in a tree and I'm home sweet home. My Bug out…"
Thanks I sort of do but there are still alot of people on this site that know what do as well. My first tip would be buy some cheap plywood beforehand and measure your windows then cut out planks. That way when a outbreak occurs just whip out your already measured planks of wood and secure your windows and doors.