Weekly Overview (May 22nd)

In the last week…

ZAM Week 3: Survival of the Fittest!

ZAM saw:

We asked whether the zombie apocalypse could really happen which the CDC later all but confirmed the possibility when they acknowledged the undead threat.

Steph supplied us with some much needed survival advice including a weapons guide and I provided some tips on identfying and distracting zombies.

You can test your knowledge gained about zombies and practice your skills at killing them in Practice Makes Perfect.

We scoured the virtual shelves for an ultimate survival book wishlist in Wishing Well Wednesday to fill in any gaps in your knowledge.

I laughed at the Dick Figures video “Zombies & Shotguns” and was intrigued by this week’s Freaky Friday featuring a wise but zombified Marie Curie, an unusual Thanksgiving and a not so pretty Brad Pitt.

Ever wonder How Long Would YOU Survive? Use the college student flowchart or take the Z-SAT test and find out. Plus, a warning on what not to do.

Other posts included:


What’s coming up…

ZAM Week 4: Zombies Need Love Too!

We’ll be discussing whether loving a zombie makes you a necrophiliac.

The living aren’t the only people who have difficulty finding love so there’ll be zombie dating advice and tips on how to attract the best partners.

We’re also going to (reluctantly) look at zombie sex.

And much more!

Enjoy the rest of your weekend and see you next week!



~May is ‘Zombie Awareness Month’ (ZAM)~

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Posted on May 22, 2011, in Weekly Overviews and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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