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post #1 of 150 (permalink) Old 08-27-2008, 02:08 PM Thread Starter
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For a zombie outbreak.

It's more difficult than you think to deal with, especially if you work downtown. Good thing I came up with a zombie emergency plan at lunch.

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I have got plently of guns and stuff to bash their head in if that works. Whats your plan anyway?

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I have got plently of guns and stuff to bash their head in if that works. Whats your plan anyway?
You do at work? If the zombie outbreak happens during work hours do you know where the closest crowbar/hammer/etc in the office is? How do you plan to get to your family, avoid the zombies, stay safe, etc?

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best way to deal with zombies is to burn them burn them good

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im glad you brought this up. it explains why we have had the same botw for 3 months now.
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its safe to assume that in a zombie outbreak all the roads will be gridlocked, then gridlocked and full of road raging zombies. If you work in the loop good luck even getting the fuck out of your building. Be prepared!

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im glad you brought this up. it explains why we have had the same botw for 3 months now.
dude my zombie emergency plan is so comprehensive I've had no time for BOTW shenanigans. What if they're the dreaded fast zombies? I can only pray they're the slow variety, or possibly medium pace.

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Im pretty safe at work in the case of a zombie attack. I would run them over with my train.
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Husky to zip threw traffic and pickup daughter and wife on the way to getting to my weapons stash.

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I work out of a home office and I am armed to the hilt!! bring on the zombies

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Husky to zip threw traffic and pickup daughter and wife on the way to getting to my weapons stash.
If I had my husky at work, yes. As it is I'm stuck mapping out the closest motorcycle store and finding an enduro.

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what i meant was, im glad you are preparing instead of wasting precious time updating botw
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I'm 3-5 minutes away from work>home, depending on the lights. But, if they're the slow zombie type, no plan is needed. Just head home and shoot them from my roof. Yeah, that's hat i'd do.

If they were outside of work, no biggie, you need a keycard to get in the building/departments lol.

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I'm 3-5 minutes away from work>home, depending on the lights. But, if they're the slow zombie type, no plan is needed. Just head home and shoot them from my roof. Yeah, that's hat i'd do.

If they were outside of work, no biggie, you need a keycard to get in the building/departments lol.
spoken like someone that hasn't thought it through. the first intersection is going to be littered with smashed up car and roming zombies, now you gotta get out and go on foot. bad news. Not to mention that even the slow ones can get through those doors once they smell you, they'll just all push on it till it gives way. Sure they're dumb but they're also fearless, feel no pain, and they don't get tired.

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I'm good to go. They crave brains and fuck if I have any in my head!

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CLSB proves they are all about safety once again. Thanks for bringing this to everybody's attention. I for one am clearly unprepared for this. You have all been warned.

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i would get in my rice rocket, angle the wing in the back for more lift and drive 88 mph. hopefully that would provide enough lift to escape
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spoken like someone that hasn't thought it through. the first intersection is going to be littered with smashed up car and roming zombies, now you gotta get out and go on foot. bad news. Not to mention that even the slow ones can get through those doors once they smell you, they'll just all push on it till it gives way. Sure they're dumb but they're also fearless, feel no pain, and they don't get tired.
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I guess i'll be zombie food...

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I'd grab a sward, hop on a bike, and get the fuck out of Chicago. I'd probably head tor Joliet. Even zombies know better than to step in that shit hole.

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this reminds me, I need to bring my riot/zombie shotgun back with me next time I visit my parents.
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If they were outside of work, no biggie, you need a keycard to get in the building/departments lol.
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Zombies are dumb and won't be able to get in. Plus with my Ninja skills, I can travel via roof top once the immediate food source of vending machines has depleted to the local 7/11 down the street. I figure with the deliciousness of Chipotle being just slightly further, yet across a wide set of rail tracks, most people starving for food will be attracted to the 3000 calorie burrito. Little do they know, Zombies heart Chipotle, so they will be captured once they walk inside and be turned into human burrito bowls because Zombies like to watch their figures and will skip the tortilla.

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CLSB proves they are all about safety once again. Thanks for bringing this to everybody's attention. I for one am clearly unprepared for this. You have all been warned.
Dude I know where your shop is, it's arguable that in your neighborhood you are already surrounded by said zombies




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