Monday, April 14, 2008

Zombie 2.0

I think it's important to differentiate between the zombies that threaten the future of this world. There is the classic zombie, a la George Romero, which shumbles along at a slow pace; and then there is what I like to call the SWAT Team Zombie, a la 28 Days Later, which runs along side your car as you attempt to zoom away. With any luck, the upcoming zombie infestation will be composed of the classic zombies, which are much easier to deal with. While they will undoubtedly grow to hundreds of thousands, if not millions (billions?), their lack of agility lends itself to common sense defense/attack strategy. This is not the case with the SWAT Team Zombie. These creatures jump into your home through skylights, where they will gouge out your eyes before feasting upon your flesh. It will take more than a brisk pace to outstrip these.

It is time to step up your cardio routine.

Friday, April 11, 2008

It makes its way among us...

In a gradual trickle, we attempt to explain away the fate that lingers...

Walking Corpse Syndrome: they believe to have died

It is a syndrome of mental depression and suicidal tendencies, in which the patient complains of having lost everything: possessions, part of or entire body, often believing that he or she has died and is a walking corpse. This delusion is usually expanded to the degree that the patient might claim that he can smell his own rotting flesh and feel worms crawling through his skin. The latter phenomenon is a recurring experience of people chronically deprived of sleep or suffering amphetamine/cocaine psychosis. Paradoxically, being "dead" often gives the patient the nation of being immortal.


This is a game we are currently testing as a survival simulator. Please try it and let us know if you play this established RPG. OZP is very impressed by the game's wiki and the map outlining all the suburbs and cities. Our new character and trainer are testing the interface and avoiding a zombie existence.

Friday, April 4, 2008

Common Craft Video

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The contributors of this blog appreciate the recent acknowledgement of the mainstream, specifically those at THREADLESS, for their endeavor to add to the existing body of discourse regarding the undead. While the presentation of this information may seem "hokey," please take the following methods offered by the below image as viable means of escape during what is to come.

1) clobber
2) jump to higher ground
3) further protect others in higher ground
4) mimic other zombies; falsely acquire their characteristics to blend in
5) stand very, very still
6) shotgun. perfect.
7) turn and run with haste
9) succumb

Brain parasites.

Meet toxoplasma gondii.

I read this article in the past as link to a cat-lady story; did not make the zombie connection until recently. Beware. "Return of the Puppet Masters by Carl Zimmer

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A comprehensive article; despite the unscholarly platform, it is a good overview of what may come. Please review "5 Scientific Reasons a Zombie Apocalypse Could Actually Happen" By David Wong, TE Sloth, and feel free to comment below.

Take your time, as it is a wealth of other information, which lead the owners of this blog to find this cached article on Clairvius Narcisse.

Or, please see our archived version of this article.