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The zombie apocalypse is a blood-curdling thought to ponder about and yet an unlikely chain of event that you will think that could perhaps never happen but what if there was a day when walking infested people started hunting people The barrel of Toxin has opened or a rat as escaped from experimental laboratory and started a new world order Given the knowledge of movies made about them we look at them as zombies who are slow idiotic and relatively easy to kill With that knowledge there are some truths to that but collectively zombies are an inexorable force knocking down chain-link fences busting through windows treating your neighbors like bowls of spinach dip walking infected people One by one uninfected people are becoming infected by the infectious bites that one zombie submits to one person There destroying the human race and now you have to go into survival mode to keep yourself from becoming a victim Your first thing to do is to devise a plan that will make sure your safety for the rest of your tie on earth For one the first thing you want to do is to find a great place Then you would want to know your zombie like you know your brother or sister What is the zombie weakness and how will you use that to advantage Just like when you keep poking at your sister or brother neck knowing that it will make them retaliate Lastly you will need to give yourself defensive tactics Reality kicks in that people are just eating people within your town With the support from the radio and TV you are now aware that this is happening all around the United States There are just limited places to go to within the US but there are locations that could work out better in your advantage The first thing to think of is to go out in the outskirts of your town to
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