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Joss Whedon: Vote for the greater evil already! Vote Romney!

Why settle for anything less than Romney and the oncoming zombie apocalypse? Let’s make with the natural selection already!

I’m playing all the Assassin’s Creed and Mirror’s Edge I can in preparation for the apocalypse. What are you doing?

Comments

  1. Serena says

    Omg I have to show this to my oldest friend who is not only an Ayn Rand/LaVey devotee (at age 36, heh), but is also convinced
    the zombie apocalypse is imminent. On second thought, maybe I shouldn’t show him, for fear of him missing the sarcasm.

  2. Aliasalpha says

    His kitchen is so small, it’ll be hard fending off zombies in there. Looks like both ends are open and there’s no cover, perfect place to be boxed in.

  3. says

    Zombies don’t stand a chance up here. They freeze solid, and can’t get through the windrows the city plows 6 feet high, in Edmonton, anyways. It’s like shooting frozen fish in a barrel. It’ll be 6 months before they become ambulatory, and by then, all the crows and seagulls will have picked their bones clean.

  4. says

    mikmik:

    Exactly, and its not like we’re crazy populated here either. Once you get outside that 100K zone next to the US border our population drops incredibly fast. Zombie apocalypse comes I’m heading to Northern Ontario, moose and deer for food and practically no one lives there!

    Heck, I drove through northern Saskatchewan a few years back on a beautiful summer day and literally didn’t see another car for close to an hour.

    Get north, build an igloo, trap for some rabbits or other small animals, and hole up ’till after winter. When the zombies start to thaw in the spring the ice crystals formed in their brains will have basically shredded them – its why you can’t reanimate living tissue after its been frozen, water expands as it freezes shredding tissue at the microscopic level – effectively killing them.

    Unless they’re the “I Am Legend” zombies, which are crazy warm blooded, in which case we’re in deep shit no matter where we go. :-)

  5. Brownian says

    I’ve played every version of SimCity made, so when it comes time to rebuild, I’ll know how to do the zoning and where to lay the roads.

  6. Brownian says

    Unless they’re the “I Am Legend” zombies, which are crazy warm blooded, in which case we’re in deep shit no matter where we go. :-)

    I’m warm-blooded, and I had problems with mik-mik’s windrows. Unless the zombies organise a residential snow-clearing program, I think we’ll be okay.

  7. sambarge says

    Oh yeah. That’s typical. You all sit around Toronto and Vancouver sipping your lattes but the second the zombie apocolypse start, you’re beating a path to Northern Ontario. Okay, come on up. We have a couple inflatable mattresses and a sofa bed.

    Don’t forget, Highway 17 has been washed out at Wawa. If you’re coming from the East, make sure to take Highway 11. Don’t worry if you see zombies in Cochrane. That’s just the locals…

  8. says

    Brownian,

    I’m not so worried about them getting in the crazy high snowbank encased windows its that crazily warm blooded zombies won’t freeze in the winter at lower latitudes, we’d have to go even further north and risk freezing to death ourselves.

    sambarge,

    Sweet, now I don’t have to build an igloo, though I’m not going as far as Wawa. I’m thinking Elliot Lake, there’s some nice camping sites and cottages near there that looked promising the last time I was out that way. Then there’s the fact its mostly retirees that live there, I should be able to outrun them if they zombify.

  9. sinned34 says

    What happened to the post I made in this thread yesterday? Weird. Oh well, now all of you are going to perish without my pearls of wisdom regarding survival in the coming Zombie Apocalypse.

    Sorry.

  10. Tony–Queer Duck Overlord of The Bronze– says

    WCLPeter:

    Unless they’re the “I Am Legend” zombies, which are crazy warm blooded, in which case we’re in deep shit no matter where we go. :-)

    Whoa, are we talking the disrespectful movie version with Will Smith, or are you speaking of Richard Matheson’s wonderful book? Those things in the movie were more zombie like than the vampiric creatures in the book.

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