Friday, October 27, 2006

Post Feminist Zombie Stance

In response to Justin's sexist comments, a Y-chromosome shouldn't make a difference in the resistance to the zombie menace. Training, resourcefulness, physical ability, and general attitude will have a much greater effect on the potential for survival than a person's gender. However, if you are in a group that places emphasis on gender (28 Days Later, despite its non-zombie-ness, makes a good point of this) things could quickly become destructive, or at the very least, non-productive.
So, Justin, good luck to you and Hayes during the zombie apocalypse. My machetes and I will find a more cohesive group.

In response to Grand 'Poon's more practical comments. I've already invested in a back up pair of glasses, with the intention of getting at least a couple more pairs, and maybe some contact lenses. Your idea for goggles is good too. Goggles are a good protective measure to take, especially in close-quarters fighting, where the potential of splatterage and eye absorption is great.

In other news, I've finally started up a Cafepress store. There is absolutely no profit being made (by me anyway) on these objects, my only goal is to spread awareness. I hope to get a few shirt designs and other stuff on there soon.

Zombie Defense Training Store

1 Comments:

Anonymous lyz said...

who would not order these for loved ones?

just in time for the holiday season!

10:52 PM  

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