When an apocalypse breaks out, there is sure to be a vast lost in knowledge. Libraries burnt and the internet down, how will will school the new generation, in the zombie ridden streets?
Well it will be hard and many things will be lost, but not all hope is lost. For there are still teachers, students, firefighters, hunters, and many more. People who can teach their trade.
Even though teaching and learning are very important, you cannot start your school until you have a secure base. After you are well fortified, you can begin teaching. First teach your group a rough idea of what you used to do and how it can be applied to survival. After all of the adults have a good idea of everyone else’s abilities, you can start teaching the few young you may have alive, the basic tools for their survival.
Teach them with practical learning, put it to use. Need them to learn about math, have them calculate the surface area needed for a building. Hands-on learning. And now good luck, teach them all you know and have the others do so as well, an maybe someday, we could restore the world once more.
Now if you’ll excuse me, I have some barricade lengths to calculate.
Want to survive the zombie apocalypse? Keeping you and your loved ones sane, is going to be a big step in the right direction. “How can I do that?”, you ask? One word: Entertainment!
Without a good way to exercise your brain, you will end up without it.
Pack a deck of cards, a few good books, and some kind of entertainment device (one with good battery life). I would suggest either the Gameboy color or the original Gameboy, both with good battery life and fun games. If you could charge a laptop with a wind mill or a solar panel you could play movies and shows. I suggest something with a high re-watch value such as Futurama or what ever you could watch a hundred times and still enjoy.
You should have some kind of set monthly or weekly, game day. When you challenge your friends, play music instruments, and having a good time in general, anything to keep morale high. Morale is very important when trying to keep a relatively large group of people from stealing, threatening, and killing each other. Keep going strong!
Now if you’ll excuse me I have some Futurama to watch.
Today I am going to show a video from a YouTuber, ZMZreloaded. Sadly he is no longer active, but I feel he videos still deserve some attention and admiration. What are the worst places to go? Hopefully I, along with some help from ZMZ, shall answer this questions.
Camping out on a roof top for the night is a great idea, find a building that is at least two stories tall, with a strong foundation, made of brick or stone. If no building are in sight, or it is to dangerous, you can stay the night in a tall tree.
Stores in general are a bad place to go. Feel free to loot stores if you survived the initial horror show, but be careful, some people may have survived and are living there.
Avoid going north, unless properly prepared. Many people will die because food and gear will be low. I recommend getting a two story tall farm house and defending that with spikes, ditches, and lots and lots of razor wire.
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This is a diary of Shaun Michaels, a Wannabe Zombie Hunter. Which you probably already guessed, this is a diary blog in where the blogger keeps us up to date by writing in their diary. (The Posts) Follow his life and adventure through the hostile apocalypse. To start the read click on this link: Day 1
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Now if you’ll excuse me, it’s time to scavenge!