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More Doomsday Shelters for the Anti-Zombie?

As the seemingly endless winter here in Madison comes to a close, ever-so-gradually, the ZRC staff are pondering outdoor projects. Gardening. Putting up a bat house (we’re Bat Friendly too!). Going after invasive weeds.

Others, it seems, are busy preparing for the end of the world, and at least some internet wags think that might come from, yes, Zombies:

If you fear a nuclear war (or even just the future), then you probably think of a few backup plans for emergencies to protect yourself and your loved ones. You may not have the money to build an all-out zombie fortress, but if you have less than $40k on hand, you’re in luck.

The actual product in question seems to be geared more toward a nuclear war, chemical spill, or sudden, complete, inexplicable collapse of the fabric of human society, than a ‘Zombie Apocalypse’ per se.

The nexus between the survivalist community and casual Anti-Zombiism has been well documented on this blog the last few years, however. Anti-Zombie ammunition, targets, bladed weapons of all stripes… fear sells, apparently.

Still, the ZRC encourages you to skip the doomsday shelter and get to know your zombie neighbor.

Who knows? Maybe they’ll even help you put up a bat house or something.


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The role of 'Administrator' will be played tonight by John Sears, currently serving as President of The Zombie Rights Campaign.

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