How to Survive a Zombie Attackby
Although I’d rather hear about how to survive this wicked cold, I got a shout out on Digg this morning from Darren regarding the latest video from Common Craft. Lee and Sachi LeFever create these simple and “in plain English” demos (see my write up about Lee in the BarCamp live blog) for anything from wikis and RSS, to client-specific productions.
Since ’tis the season, they’ve just posted “Zombies in Plain English“. It’s rather amusing, especially if you’re familiar with their other work, and since I pretty much feel like a zombie today, it just fits. Enjoy!
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I quickly read skimmed over the title in my RSS reader and though that Vancouver was doing another Zombie march lol.
About that cold, Rebecca… I have used Tylenol Cold and it works wonders as far as the symptoms go. But you know what they say… if it’s just a cold, let it run its course. I hate doing that, so I just take Tylenol Cold.
I have also had good results with NeoCitron Plus. Hope this helps. Failing that, my Mom’s old remedy — two aspirins with a really hot tea with honey and lemon. It’s worked on me!
Hope you get well soon!
does costco stock premade anti-zombie kits? or perhaps a book of zombie plans?
To feel better while getting over a cold, I recommend a hot toddy. Bombay sapphire gin, hot water, honey and lemon. Sleep like a baby, the heat helps with the congestion, and the honey soothes a sore throat.
im a zombie hunter. and the best thing to do is avodi them at ALL COST!!!. tis your best bet but if you see one and it sees you RUN. if you want to counter attack KEEP OUT OF THERE REACH!!! one bite is all it takes and one drop of blood and maybe spit. and long ranged wepaon will do the best bet is a .357 magnum or and compasit bow. the most powerful wepaon is your brain SO USE IT!!! ok im done saying what i have too say ohh, one more thing head north to the moutins done bye.