Heh. On a vaguely similar note, I watched Resident Evil: Extinction earlier this evening.
I don't think I could be considered chauvinistic if I said Milla Jovovich was the film's only real redeeming quality.
*SPOILER* (like the story really matters.)
I mean, c'mon. The final boss fight was a girl in short-shorts facing off against a tentacle monster? Say CHEESE!
But it did bring up a good point about zombies. Want to avoid them? Move somewhere cold. Human beings are not furry, and we don't deal with cold weather all that well. Us living folks would be smart enough to wear jackets and such, but zombies wouldn't have that advantage. I'm not really sure what sort of food you'd have to live off of in the Frozen North, but the Eskimos did it so I guess it's feasible. Besides, I'm sure you could set up a greenhouse, maybe with solar-powered climate control, to eventually have indoor farms. It'd take a while, but again, it's feasible.
In the short-term, though, I'd totally raid a Lowe's so I could reinforce my vehicle and pick up a nail-gun. Nearly as effective as a bullet-gun, and ammunition would be much much lighter. I'd still pick up some weapons and ammunition from the local Wal-Mart, along with enough food-stuffs to get me on the road north.
Hmm... wow, this really is a fun thought experiment. I need to make notes while I'm sitting in class bored tomorrow. And the day after.
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