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"Sulaco, your name...as in U.S.S. Sulaco? I named my oldest son "Bishop" after the android in "Aliens". I'm in Sac, I play bass guitar and play paintball in between trips to the cordova shooting range. Unfortunately,…"
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I'm a nomad and a survivalist by nature and I've always had a yearning to wander, roam around and call wherever I lay my head home.
I've always preferred moving around and I've never liked settling in one area for too long.
I spend most of my time playing Paintball, going to shooting ranges, hiking, camping, hunting and playing guitar with friends.
While I'm in no way an expert on how to survive a zombie-outbreak, I'm fairly certain what I've learned about savaging from "nomadic trips" I go on at random times that I could manage to fend for myself.
I've never been a skeptic when it comes to the strange and paranormal and I've been fascinated with Zombie-survival ever since I saw the original (black and white) Dawn of the Dead when I was 5. Since then, I've often found myself day-dreaming of how I would survive a post-zombiepocalypse world and what my moves would be.
I'm a day-dreamer by birth and a notorious anarchist, always being one to do things my own way regardless of the circumstances, but I pride myself on always finishing my work, whether that be learning a new song, or fashioning a tool or weapon out of junk-parts I find in my travels.
I love music and have been playing the guitar since I was 7, but I'm not an expert and can't exactly "Shred", I prefer to play from my heart, even it's not a song but random notes. I also love playing the Harmonica on rainy days and I feel the best when I'm making people laugh, I'm the comedian of all my friends. ^.^
I have a fondness for whiskey and cigarettes, but I don't advocate the latter, but I'm fairly certain they'll keep me sane when all the world is dead. :)
I also hope that, when Hell breaks out, I'll have someone around to joke with on lazy zombie-killing days.
At the time of the zombie outbreak I was...
Sitting in my garage, playing guitar with a glass of whiskey.
Weapon of choice for fighting zombies...
.22 Rifle, a sturdy baseball bat or sledge hammer and a .45 handgun
How did you find out about LostZombies.com...
Crusing google for tips on how to survive a Zombie outbreak.
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Sulaco, your name...as in U.S.S. Sulaco? I named my oldest son "Bishop" after the android in "Aliens". I'm in Sac, I play bass guitar and play paintball in between trips to the cordova shooting range. Unfortunately, most of my "day dreams" digress into apocalyptic landscapes of zombies and anarchists. If you ever get to Sacramento...bring the guitar.