On Zombie Preparedness
By Christopher Munroe
I’ve always been old-school, that way.
Even before the dead rose from their graves and started shambling across the countryside looking to sate their hunger for flesh, I was at the cemetery every weekend, looking over the tombs.
A bunch of us went, we’d drink wine, write poetry, and discuss what we’d do in the event of actual zombie apocalypse.
People mocked us, called us freaks, but once the graves started opening up again we knew we were the only ones who were ready.
I guess you could say: I’ve been into zombies since back when they were still underground…