Hmm, How would I survive a zombie apocalypse?
At my age I couldn't outrun them. With physical problems I couldn't fight them. I'd get a shotgun and blow my brains out, so I couldn't become one.
Hope that's not too pragmatic for others.
I have written three books in how to survive a super volcanic eruption and volcanic winter.
Just remember: When it hits the fan, you need a plan!
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We'll not sure I agree with you plan, but at least you have one. Thanks for sharing. Here's mine. https://www.tenastetler.com/lsrs-wednesdays-blog-challenge-how-id-fare-in-a-zombie-apocalypse/
I hope it never comes to that, Patrick.
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Yes I do, Tena. Your idea of Cheyenne Mountain is interesting.
As we all do, Lydia.
I summarize your plan as, "If you can't beat 'em, join 'em."
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I think with some planning time you could probably avoid the need for drastic measures, but I admire your commitment to not letting yourself become a danger to everyone else.
Nothing is impossible if you have a plan or two, or three, or...
Thanks for visiting my blog, Patrick. :)
Thanks for coming by, Gina.
Michael, those who fought Apaches around here knew to always use the last bullet for yourself.
That's right, Mary. Always have a plan.
There's nothing wrong with pragmatism, but let's hope it doesn't come to that.
It's a solution I suppose, but perhaps a tad drastic? Why not escape to the nearest library and let the librarians take care of you? They'll know what to do because they have BOOKS!
Wow, great idea, Cathryn!
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