Desperation, Fear, Death, a Prepper surviving a Zombie!
I shot a man in desperation the other day and haven’t been able to sleep since. I had often wondered if I had to, would I be able to, now I know. Pulling the trigger was not that hard, not with what I could see was going to happen. I am hoping that in telling my story it may ease my conscious a bit but in order for it to be understood I have to back up some.
My wife and I live in a fairly secluded area; in fact, you need four wheel drive just to get to the house no matter the weather or time of year. In winter we rarely venture out as it requires snow shoes or the dogs and sled. Our home is made of logs that I cut myself from the surrounding forest. It is comfortable and well away from the city. Continue reading Desperation, Fear, Death, a Prepper surviving a Zombie!
By: Noreen Gastineau-Lambert
Co-host of the Homestead Honey Hour
When I was a teenager, zombie movies were all the rage. One of my friends used to say, “the dead-er the better”. When I was in high school, a group of my friends and I used to have what we called “Gore fests” every Friday night. We would take turns hosting and choosing a few choice movies on VHS and enjoy each others’ company. Zombies were often on the bill.
Now that I am a few years older, and hopefully wiser, I don’t watch those types of movies as often as I used to. I still enjoy them from time to time, but they just aren’t what they used to be. Neither are Zombies! I have noticed of late, and maybe you have as well, that Zombies have permeated our lives by sneaking into everyday conversation, television, fiction and even scientific anomaly. I am calling this, the zombie phenomenon.
The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy explains “zombie” like this: Continue reading THE ZOMBIE PHENOMENENON