Monday, March 21, 2011

Day 2.

Nightmares. Reality. Today made me realize that there is no difference between the two. I shot a man. Or at least he was a man. A lone zombie was wondering as we were siphoning gasoline from the cars in the parking lot. He ran up to my brother and I so fast I barely had enough time to react. I shot him in the head and he just laid there dead. Well re-dead. But I thought to myself, this guy probably had a wife and kids. Yet I felt nothing. That's what scared me. I didn't care what I had to do to stay alive and keep my family and friends safe. We finished up getting the gasoline that we needed. Only what we need. We cannot be greedy in a world like this. Later in the afternoon, an unexpected visitor came by. An old friend and his gang. His name was Kevin. Smart, skinny Asian fellow. Apparently, he got a hold of my post and rushed down here. He told us of his lost relatives and beloved friends. I knew the rest of his friends since we all went to the same high school. Everyone thought they were pretty weird in high school; they watched anime, played video games, you know, normal geeky stuff. But they got the last laugh. Like me, they were pretty prepared if a zombie attack ever came.His most notable companions were: Dean was the soft hearted giant, Jose was the thrill seeking junkie, and his brother Vu was the  know-it-all guy that everyone loved to hate. He didn't talk about what happened with the rest of his family. I didn't want to bring it up, he seemed pretty distraught when I asked the first time. Now we got about 20 people living here. I took upon myself to make rules for this place.



  • Rule 1. Never go out alone. Especially without notifying at least 3 people.
  • Rule 2. Work together. To survive, we all gotta mesh well and respect each other.
  • Rule 3. Everyone will pull their weight. We must all work so we can survive.
  • Rule 4. No mercy. I know this sounds insensitive but if one of us has been bitten, it could spell doom for the rest of the group.
  • Rule 5. Everyone is equal. There maybe a leader but everyone has a say in what is decided in this place.
  • Rule 6. Stay alive. Self explanatory.  
Those are our rules. We must follow them if we ever wish to survive this ordeal. That's all that really happened today. My mother made dinner. The fathers refueled the generators. Don't worry though we got enough cars around this area to keep the generators running for awhile. At least until rescue comes along. I hope this message gets out, We are here. Costco in Irvine, CA 1234 Irvine Lane. If anyone is out there please message me and we will do what we can to help. 

17 comments:

  1. Where's the double-tap?

    You should watch Zombieland

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  2. omg zombie blog!!! following. look for a post on my end of the world blog about a the zombiepocalypse!!!

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  3. Holy... That's a great story! Following sir, also keep on posting :) i like these blogs!

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  4. Applicable to any situation involving people.
    +following.

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  5. I thought the number one rule would be get guns. Lots of guns.

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  6. This is going to make all those zombie apocalypse dreams i have worthwhile.

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  7. great zombie survival tips!

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  8. Great posting. If it's all about zombies - not real life. It's hard to recognize, thats why i'm following :)

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  9. Looks interesting, following to see more.

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  10. Hey great entertaining read man :D...followd

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  11. I agree, i think you should watchzombie land. I own it on bluray and would highly recommend it.

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  12. brrraaiiinnsss... *ahem*, i mean, followin!

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  13. I really like this. Following. Please continue the creative writing

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  14. This post reminds me of Zombieland, I love that movie. :) Followed.

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  15. Whew...luckily you still have your computer to post in this blog! :D

    this is interesting though, followed!

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