Friday, May 20, 2011

CDC Recommends We Prepare for a Zombie Invasion

Hey there. At first, I thought this was a joke... but it's not. Yahoo News has posted up an article from the CDC (Center of Disease Control) that states that we should prepare for all natural disasters... INCLUDING ZOMBIES! That's right, The CDC is saying that zombies are a possibility and that we should prepare in case it happens. Can you imagine that? A world, not unlike that of Left 4 Dead, Dead Rising, Resident Evil... and many other kill em up zombie games. I don't know if I should be scared or excited. lol

No longer a game...  But an autobiography
A world full of zombies sounds horrifying. Undead bodies roaming the earth looking for brains. Not cool. Anarchy all around. If there is anything that I know from playing zombie games, there aren't families running around together, that's for sure. It's always a lone wolf, or a small group of "survivors" that end up battling the hoards of zombies together. It's not the ideal world that I want to be in.

On the other hand... think of the possibilities! Science (or nature) has found a way to reanimate the dead. How awesome could that be! Let's just forget about the eating of brains and rotting flesh for a second, if you can harness the power of reanimation, no one would need to be scared of death anymore! I mean, of course, science will need to do some tweaking to make sure we know what we're doing but c'mon, man! Immortality!

It's definitely a horrifying thought that zombies could roam the Earth but you must admit that the idea is definitely intriguging. If it weren't, we wouldn't have so many games/movies featuring zombies. I'm sure that if it came down to it, the Metallman family will be well prepared. We already have a sword and couple of daggers, but I'm gonna need me some guns. The boy has been honing up those zombie killing skills in Left 4 Dead and has already mentinoed to me that a samurai sword is not gonna cut. lol Either way, it's very intersting... interesting indeed. What do you think? Later!

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