• San Marcos, Texas
10 Sep 15
Right now making a batch of brownies to throw at the zombies to get away from me and whoever hangs out with me.... making some killer chili texas style.. that will blast a huge gas bubble that will cloud over texas so everybody better get over here..texas is huge so we all should fit..that virus won't get us.. How about some chili petines and jalapenos to Nuke the war..all will get diarrhea poor things..
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• Boston, Massachusetts
11 Sep 15
I am pretty well prepared for zombies. As I explained on another discussion, you simply rub zombie guts on yourself and they think you're one of them. As for nuclear war, you either survived it or you didn't. Take showers and iodine. As for the EMP, well you've got to have matches to start fires. I have those. Killer virus? I never even get a cold. My immune system is pumped up. The only thing that worries me about the apocalypse is the lack of pizza delivery service.
• Centralia, Missouri
11 Sep 15
Funny thing you mention this, I have been reading some prepper books, and while I don't think I am ready to be an extreme prepper, I have decided to take some steps. Like I think we should have enough supplies on hand to be able to last 2 weeks with no store runs, this includes food and water. We aren't there yet, but each payday I put back a little more! And I think EMP is the most likely scenario, especially in countries like america, we rely way too much on things an EMP would fry.
14 Sep 15
@1wldngl Oh okay. I have to choose option 4 I guess because I would want to know if indeed people can find remedy to some very deadly viruses. Off course I'd hope I'd survive so I will know if man can indeed finds its way from extinction.
• United States
12 Sep 15
I avoid people so I would have no issues with some silly virus. And when there are less people and the ground is good (not the case with nuclear stuff) we would be fine. Hit the libraries and book stores for how to books on canning and such, survival places for the dried storage food just as back up. Use the shelf items from the stores to eat while we wait for the garden to grow. See if like minded folks would want to join and trade services - a farmer, a herder, teacher, medic, and so on.
12 Sep 15
I am prepared to go with the flow & just die already. Too lazy to be a survivor! Think of all the hard work you'd have to do, hunt & gather, generate electricity, reboot world-wide-web, reinitiate Facebook just to post your status.. "omg this sucks".. no thanks.. too much work already