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Hello. I'm Charli. I'm a young survivalist. However, I also struggle with balancing my selfish need for survival versus my personality as an idealist.
When I started thinking way too much about zombies: As a child my biggest fear was a breakdown of society thanks to zombies. Not kidding. This started when I was around five. Through high school I couldn't even watch a bad zombie film without having weeks of nightmares and paranoia. It got so bad that I had to go see a shrink. My first year in college I watched Dawn of the Dead (2004) and realized that being prepared (ie teotwawki) for the worst was not just enough. I had to learn everything I possibly could about my greatest fear. I will not be killed by zomies. I will survive.
What started my zombie fixation: My fear of zombie takeover.
Favorite zombie book: 30 Days of Night Graphic Novel (I know they're not zombies but their ability to think and hunt makes them even scarier and something we need to prepare for)
Favorite zombie movie: This is a tough one. Tossup between I am Legend, 30 Days of Night (again I know they aren't zombies), Romero's original Night of the Living Dead, and 28 Days Later.
Favorite quote in any zombie movie: All from 28 Weeks Later:
Selena: Plans are pointless. Staying alive's as good as it gets.
Sgt. Farrell: Well, I think Bill's got a point. If you look at the whole life of the planet, we... you know, man, has only been around for a few blinks of an eye. So if the infection wipes us all out, that is a return to normality.
Jim: No, no. No, see this is a really shit idea. You know why? Because it's really obviously a shit idea.
Infected Kid: I hate you. (totally creepy)
A note to Jim: With endless love, we left you sleeping. Now we're sleeping with you. Don't wake up.
My score and score summary on the non-lame zombie survival test:
Latest page update: Sep 30 2008, 8:39 PM EDT