So I took a peek at the screenshots for the apple app, Notes From The Apocalypse, and thought that they looked absolutely sick! Unfortunately, I don't have an iPhone. I have a Droid. Now, I love my…Continue
"This is just one of the many reasons why I'm gonna stay in my house as longs as possible once the zpoc hits. Zeds wont be killing much of anyone the first few months, it'll be people armed with stupidity that will do the killing. These…"
"When I was in Cali, the plan was to bunker down the house temporarily (two story house with a particularly flimsy staircase) and then make a move to my dad's paper factory. The huge paper rolls provide instant fortification, the doors to the…"
"Man, I wish I had some pics from my .22 to show you. I had a similar issue with mounting a scope, so I took measurements and welded two strips of metal on the rear part of the site and created a slider mount with thumb screws holding the scope in…"
So I took a peek at the screenshots for the apple app, Notes From The Apocalypse, and thought that they looked absolutely sick! Unfortunately, I don't have an iPhone. I have a Droid. Now, I love my Droid and I would love it more with a bit of undead apocalypse on it. I'm sure there are many other users who feel the same way. Would it be possible for the dev team at lostzombies to come out with an app for the Droid market?
Names Joey Skull. Friends call me Headlong after I charged at a runner with a crowbar. Get's me into trouble sometimes, but that's why I have friends.
Well, I’m a fairly typical early twenty-something. Was going to school and going to clubs on the occasion. I listened to industrial music, watched zombie/cyber-punk/period flix. Read a lot too, mainly Russian others like Gogol, Pushkin, Bulgakov and Dostoyevsky.
F*&kin’ hell, life sucks. I haven’t been able to listen to music for over two years. It’s not that I don’t have a device or that power can’t be had (well, not precisely true. Before my group switched to vegetable oil, fuel for the genies and the truck was hard to come by) it boils down to having your senses numbed by something. Can’t hear the music of the zombie shuffle and moan with headphones on, and reading proves yet another distraction, though I did bring a book of Tennyson’s poetry as “In Memoriam” has become a constant companion for me.
Right now, my group (family now, I guess) is hold up in San Antonio, TX. We’ve been on the move since the super flu first broke. My parent’s former church had a camp ground and retreat complex up in the hills near Pepperdine in Cali. After we saw the “lost zombie” headline, we had planned on holding tight until the infection ran its course. However, the need for food and fuel drove us further and further away from Mt.C—g. Finally, a large group of us decided to start moving to find more resources and to avoid the horde. The camp was too close to L.A. and raiding the suburbs surrounding the camp only compounded the increasing risk of detection.
Four friends, my girlfriend and I worked on moding my dad’s diesel Dodge to run on vegetable oil and built a huge tank inside the camper. We loaded up supplies and took off in search of a life. The others remained to pray for an end to the infection. I hope they prayed for a swift death.
At the time of the zombie outbreak I was...
Mt. C--g's. Malibu, CA
Weapon of choice for fighting zombies...
crow-bar (multi use is awesome), .22 bolt action rifle with a 5 shot clip (it's been my fav for target practice and the stock is a solid piece of wood, so it kills no matter what), and a glock (it's everywhere in the US. out of amo? take it off of a cop, living, dead or otherwise)
How did you find out about LostZombies.com...
a friend and fellow survivor, Mr. Um-------.
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