senseibarry:

Do zombies have allergies?
If you’re allergic to something and you die, will the walking corpse version of you also suffer from that same allergy? Let’s say you’re allergic to gluten. Would eating the brains of a glutinous gluten-eater make your zombie belly ache? Or do the after dead have some sort of invincibility cloak when it comes to allergies? Please let me know if you or anyone else you know has the answer to this question. It’s important.

senseibarry:

Do zombies have allergies?

If you’re allergic to something and you die, will the walking corpse version of you also suffer from that same allergy? Let’s say you’re allergic to gluten. Would eating the brains of a glutinous gluten-eater make your zombie belly ache? Or do the after dead have some sort of invincibility cloak when it comes to allergies? Please let me know if you or anyone else you know has the answer to this question. It’s important.

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ihopericksantorum:

5/16: McArthur High School HazMat Situation
Students, Teachers Decontaminated After Breaking Out In Rash
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/16/mcarthur-high-school-contamination_n_1521764.html

5/19: No confirmation on chemical at Fort Lauderdale International Airport

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the common sense guide to surviving the zombie apocalypse:

gyzym:

So, in the wake of reading this terrifying shit, Postcard and I started chatting, as you do, about the zombie apocalypse. Here are some things Postcard and I enjoy: zombie media, common sense, and YELLING ABOUT STUFF. Thus, for your reading pleasure, please enjoy our simple twenty-step guide to NOT DYING in the unlikely event that a zombie apocalypse ravages humanity:
  1. IN THE EVENT OF AN ACTUAL APOCALYPTIC SITUATION, ASSUME THAT THE FOLLOWING THINGS ARE GOING TO STOP WORKING: running water (this includes toilets); anything that relies on electricity (this includes gas pumps); anything that relies on natural gas lines (this includes gas stoves/central heat); basically, anything that relies on there being a factory of some variety at the other end of thing you want to make do stuff. THAT’S ALL GONNA BREAK. THIS INCLUDES THE INTERNET. Thus, the most important thing to do in the event of a zombie apocalypse is: 
  2. RESEARCH. For as long as you possess the internet, do everything you can to learn as much as possible. Research edible/medicinal plants (or seriously, go into a bookstore and loot your shit a guidebook, they’re not large, they sell little tiny ones, you can put it in your pocket, WHY DOES EVERYONE IN EVERY ZOMBIE MOVIE NOT DO THIS). Research, from available information, how the zombies work/which of their senses are functional—for example, if they operate largely by smell, you want to work on smelling not alive. If they operate largely by sight, DON’T LIGHT FIRES AT NIGHT. And speaking of fires…

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It’s already been a good couple of years for zombies thanks to the recent success of films like 28 Days Later, I Am Legend and Zombieland. But things took a turn for the even better this week when the season finale of the AMC series The Walking Dead scaled new heights in basic cable dominance by attracting an unprecedented four million viewers. That showing was strong enough to take the crown as the most watched drama series in basic cable history for the much sought after adult 19-49 demographic.

To celebrate the public’s ever increasing fascination with all things undead, we decided to delve a little deeper into the subject. Here are some things you should know about the world’s preferred method of apocalypse, the zombie.

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