"Again man, I really dig your style. Anyone can throw a bunch of gun tech at you. Not everyone can do it well and tell a great story while doing it. You do man, fucking awesome.
Note: I have always been a sucker for a 30-30."
I am a married fella with a great wife and three great kids aged 20, 18, and 8. I also have couple of blue heelers.
I'm in to writing, gardening, barbecuing, drinking copious amounts of alcohol, and burning a bowl or three (not necessarily in that order).
At the time of the zombie outbreak I was...
Working as a farm hand in Central Illinois
Weapon of choice for fighting zombies...
Whatever is available. I have modified one of the farm's skid-steers, a Bobcat T-300, to help in mass attacks but there is not much diesel fuel left in my reserves. I have a Mossberg lever action .30-30 but am down to about a dozen rounds or so. I also have a compound bow that is good for launching flaming missles but I only have two arrows left. Food is getting scarce and I've been saving them for any deer that may have survived the "sweep". There is also the old splitting maul I got from my grandfather.
How did you find out about LostZombies.com...
From the good jellies at Fluther.com
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Hey Jack, I've just read Spoon River Safe House: 06/26/07 (Marc & Edmund RoaD Trip) and I think it's amazing how it inspires and catches my imagination, I'm currently working on making a graphic novel and you've given me so many ideas from the ambulance bed to drinking beers whilst traveling, even the thought of the van previously being a prison van has inspired me, I intend to read all your installments, I would happily pay money to buy a book of your story, you should really look into publishing it. A lot of people would pay good money to read your stories.
Hi Jack. Thanks for the comments on my Blog enties.
I was wondering if anyone would catch the reference to "The Fugitive" or to "Gomer Pyle, USMC". I'll have little references to assorted media throughout my blog. Thanks for reading. :)
Stay alive, brother.