Pierce County Community Shelters and Zombies

15 Jan

fallout

I scored some awesome shelter maps from a regular at The Red Hot. Set of 3 maps detailing where to go in case of nuclear fallout from the late 60’s. I hung the ones for Central and North Tacoma. From reading the back (pictured above), if nuclear fallout occurs, I suppose 50% of us will be holed up with pork and beans and canned carrots, and the other 50% will be really pissed off…and really tan. The one for Central tells us to “walk to Puget Sound College” to seek shelter. If we can’t make it, we’re all to dig ditches underneath cars and watch out for apocolyptic signs such as zombies and swarms of flying creatures. I’ll keep ‘em hanging in case we need ‘em again anytime soon. Maybe we can all drink beers and scarf hot dogs while contemplating whether to leave the building OR to make a stand against the hordes of nuclear zombies hell-bent on ridding the city of graffitti.

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4 Responses to “Pierce County Community Shelters and Zombies”

  1. Felchtone January 16, 2008 at 3:50 pm #

    Fallout shelters will be useless in the zombie apoclapyse.

  2. The jLO January 17, 2008 at 11:03 am #

    2(+) words: Duck and cover.

  3. The jLO January 17, 2008 at 11:05 am #

    We’ll need all the help that our Robot friends can provide against the zombie apocalypse.

  4. Felchtone January 17, 2008 at 6:16 pm #

    Yes, but once the zombies are delt with we’ll have to destry all the robots. It’s beeter to be safe than sorry.

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