Sunday, March 30, 2008
I might've had a better chance of surviving if I didn't keep trying to "save my loved ones." But I'd rather take chances against the un-dead than face a wife who discovers that I wouldn't bother looking for her in a Zombie Apocalypse. Especially when said wife went to university on a field hockey scholarship.
Thanks to Caratzas for this very useful website.
Other practical information gleaned from this resource: I can take on 25 five-year olds in a fight. (Possibly related to the Zombie attack?) I kept thinking Children of the Damned, which made it easier to say that I have no moral compunction using one 5-year old as a weapon to hurl against other 5-year olds.
Finally, I discovered that I could name 72 countries in five minutes. That was disappointing. I thought I could easily hit 100. But typing and correctly spelling the names of countries is not the same as saying them out loud. Next time, I have to remember to not waste time on "Papua New Guinea" and stick with things like "Albania," which I forgot. Also, embarrassingly, I didn't do very well in Africa. I've lived with Africans twice in my life and thought I would do well there, but I struggled. On the other hand, I'm very proud of the fact that I remembered the two smallest countries in the world: Vatican City and Tuvalu.
Let's see the Zombies do that!