Tuesday, May 15, 2012


I'm so glad I live in a country and a province that really cares about the welfare of its citizens.

The British Columbia Emergency Preparedness website has a page dedicated to surviving the Zombie Apocalypse. On it you can find such common sense tips as:

  • Tip #1: Ensure your gas tank is always half full.
  • Tip #2: Have emergency kits for your home, office and car.

The rest of Canada might think we're crazy, but us BC'ers know better. Stay alert. Stay safe!

You can find out how British Columbia is preparing its citizens for the Zombie Apocalypse here.

I've been here and there. I've drawn a lot of pictures. I've written a bit, too. I'm not good at this self-promotion thing. Look, you want to know about me? just visit these websites. Okay?


Cal's Canadian Cave of Coolness said...

Guess its time to start freezing bricks of that fine BC budd in preperation for the big day. You will thank me later when everyone just needs to chill.

cerebus660 said...

Tip 3:
Always have a shovel / cricket bat / baseball bat to hand...
and practice that swing!

Ginger Ingenue said...

I didn't know you lived in Canada!


I'm not worried about zombies. I just ran outside while ago, in my darn nightshirt, trying to chase dogs out of the yard.

Maybe the zombies will eat the dogs...and then come in, and drink tea with me, and watch Charley Chase.

That's what I need...

Zombies for company! ;)

-- Tis the Southern way of dealing with 'em.

M. D. Jackson said...

Cal; The zombies in BC move more slowly than in other places. They usually congregate around the beaches and the coffee houses and are exceedingly mellow.

cerebus; good advice, though it would more likely be a baseball bat rather than a cricket bat. More likely a hockey stick.

Ginger; Your attitude towards the zombies is exceedingly genteel. I didn't know you were a southern belle.

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