posted on Sep, 6 2012 @ 08:58 PM
reply to post by syrinx high priest
You're not thinking critically, which means you would die in a zombie scenario in week 1 or 2. Don't worry, most would, exacerbating the epidemic to
See, the thing about Zombie prep is not the zombies. It's the survival aspects. One must prep food, resources for first aid, resources for wilderness
survival, and resources for community establishment and cohesion. One needs to have emergency MRE's, flashlights, water, water purification
resources, and contingency kits ready at a moment's notice. Plans for evacuation, beyond main highways, must be mapped out. Plans for meeting spots
for families, shelters for the displaced, and efforts to rebuild are a necessity.
The zombies are always a #2 threat. DoHS looks like it's giving too many people the benefit of the doubt in the way of critical thought.
In case of a real Zombie threat: That gun is going to get you killed. Shoot a zombie...more come. You set off a moaning domino effect, and they begin
to horde. "Oh cool, I shot 13 zombies." Now 40 more are honed in on your location and a moaning effect begins to attract loose groups of the walking
dead to your location from miles out. All that ammunition and bravado would be your end.
If you want to be the big man on the block, use melee weapons...and sparingly so.
Zombie Threat #2
Zombie engagement #9000001
If survival and emergency planning is #1 then it perfectly parallels hurricane and natural disaster preparedness. How DARE the DoHS use levity in
discussing such a thing.