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#193 - Assuming .1% are immune, you are missing one important point. …  [+] (20 replies) 07/08/2012 on Morbid for Zombie... +72
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#653 - pokemonstheshiz (07/09/2012) [-]
Also a point that's being missed is the initial spread. Even an airborne or waterborne disease would be quickly dealt with, and the area closed off. A disease spreading massively around the entire world is quite unlikely.
#625 - anon (07/09/2012) [-]
Yeah, but the most realistic zombie apocalypse to date seems to be the Max Brooks World War Z apocalypse. Nobody is immune, but it ONLY transmits through vital fluid contact. Therefore smart, capable people will survive. And although this may come as a surprise, there are more than you would think. Governments would not collapse, more likely the opposite. Humans are social creatures, we would bond together. Governments would unite their military forces and quickly train them on the weaknesses of the supposed zombies. In a few years or so, zombie levels would drop to the point where we could start to take back land, perhaps even cities.
In about 10 years, the zombies would either have rotted or we would have united to the point where we could unite trade lines again. Wouldn't take long after that.

Humans are highly underrated.
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#282 - dadukesta (07/08/2012) [-]
Best place to set up.

Lowes.
Theres already a garden, theres materials to set up defense, you have enough supplies to build a windmill ontop of the lowes. There is a parking lot that can easily be made into a walled off courtyard where work can be done. The plumbing could work for a week maybe and typically Lowes is surrounded by other hardware stores and clothing outlets and occasionally restraunts and general stores. Not to mention the gas station down the road.

When the apocalypse happens immediately alert everyone you know to head to one of these lowes, take all supplies possible in your vehicles, block off the front entrances to only allow 1 person in at a time and check every person head to toe for bites. Lack of privacy is ensued but protection is garaunteed.

Plenty of melee weapons for everyone and plenty of materials to turn into important devices in normal life. And not to mention, security.







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#550 - mdauch (07/09/2012) [-]
or Cabelas just saying
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#231 - thephantur (07/08/2012) [-]
Not to mention survivors will be killing each other for supplies. Roving bands of raiders will do a shit ton of damage to other survivors.
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#336 - anon (07/09/2012) [-]
WORLD'S COOLEST STORY.
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#235 - ColeTheUber (07/08/2012) [-]
Not saying that you'll be useless, but you don't have access to materials that older people would. A plan doesn't mean much if you aren't prepared ahead of time.

Good preparation questions:
What weapons do you have stockpiled?
How much ammunition do you have stockpiled?
How proficient with those weapons are you?
Do you have easily preserved food?
What about spare medical supplies?
What about transportation?
What about a guaranteed safehouse in a safe location, away from civilization?

I'm 19, and I have already accepted that I will probably be infected early on and devour everyone I care about. Yeah, I have plans, but that doesn't mean that I will survive.
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#680 - Qweeaf (07/09/2012) [-]
About the gun; if the gun was silenced it wouldn't typically draw any attention in your direction, and bullets are far more common and are smaller and thus easy to carry. Also, guns can fire multiple shots before needing to be reloaded, which isn't the case for most crossbows.
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#301 - ColeTheUber (07/08/2012) [-]
I didn't necessarily mean guns when I said weapons and ammunition, but here are a few weapons-related questions you still would need to answer.
1) Do you have a crossbow?
2) Do you have an ample supply of bolts?
3) Crossbows aren't as simple as point-and-shoot, so do you have training with one?
4) Do you have the skills with a knife to fashion new bolts?
Also, why would you stay in or near a city, and why would you want a large group of survivors? An average city has several million people living in it in close quarters, leaving a lot of room for infection. If you keep emergency supplies, even basic supplies like you would keep for a hurricane or being snowed in, you can grab those and get out, once the initial shock wears off.

Some other points:
Food will be a primary target for looters. Why would you assume that there would be any left in stores? Same for medical supplies. Those are easily purchased now, so why wait for any disaster to happen. No sense waiting until after the world has gone to hell to have a stockpile of medical supplies or preservable foods.
Also, you may be a qualified mechanic, but that doesn't mean that you ejaculate gas and car parts. Again, that means preparation.

I'm not trying to argue. I'm just saying that raiding the nearest wal-mart and running isn't a sensible plan.
#547 - mdauch (07/09/2012) [-]
1)yes,2
2) about 12 good ones 16 useable ones
3)about a good 5 years hunting
4) wouldn't need to they are reusable and i keep good care of them
do I pass?
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#215 - Trrave (07/08/2012) [-]
lol! I almost choked to death when I read the last bit.
#212 - pmilooo (07/08/2012) [-]
This guy knows his shit
#200 - cartrman (07/08/2012) [-]
**cartrman rolled a random image posted in comment #34 at post apocolyptica... **
This made so much sense, it scared me.
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#335 - runtybeaver (07/09/2012) [-]
Relevant roll is relevant.
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#71 - He's not being sweet. He is testing the bone structure of the …  [+] (3 replies) 07/08/2012 on Sweetest Cat Ever +1
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#72 - fatemah (07/08/2012) [-]
cant we just enjoy the gif?
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#67 - I would assume something like this: Shuckle has perfect de…  [+] (5 replies) 07/07/2012 on Awesome Pokemon Facts! +3
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#85 - jimbobji (07/07/2012) [-]
Pft.
And they say Pokemon is for children.

There's seriously far more mechanics and awesome-ness in Pokemon than most "hardcore" games.

not sure if related to your comment, but I wanted to say it.
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#72 - lightarcanine (07/07/2012) [-]
Almost. It would be a level 1 Ledyba or Yanma with Defense at -6 in battle and 0 defense IVs
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#76 - aerialz (07/07/2012) [-]
Is that more than a level 100 darmitaran using flare blitz, with a choice band, given the ability pure power, with a teammate with flower gift, at +6, vs a level 1 paras, with dry skin, at -6, with 0 IVs and Evs, in the sun?
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#81 - lightarcanine (07/07/2012) [-]
Yes.
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#73 - ColeTheUber (07/07/2012) [-]
Thank you
#62 - If a Pokemon has perfect IVs, all of it's stats have 31 IVs.  [+] (2 replies) 07/07/2012 on Awesome Pokemon Facts! 0
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#64 - anotherone (07/07/2012) [-]
but if you fight with it for enough time won't all of them be 31?
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#70 - ColeTheUber (07/07/2012) [-]
You can only raise EVs, there is no way to raise IVs.