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Zombie Day at the Mall [Wallpaper]
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Just another happy carefree day in the neighborhood, right?
Zombie, Mall, Directory [The Paper Wall]
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I would NOT give up!!! I would go down fighting!!!
This is the mall, after all, where shopping and adversity go hand in hand!
Fight, you geeks!! Damnit! Fight!!!! : )
This looks like a google’s map search for Starbucks lol
This statement is false.
First off you thank whatever unholy deity cursed you with this unread horde, and saw fit to provide this interactive radar map.
The you run your ass into store #35,
Damn…I sneezed and hit submit.
Then run you ass off into store 35, go all the way to the back wall. If it’s dry wall break through it. Cinder block climb over. I worked IT for years and there’s always a way over into another space ventilation ducts, cable runs vent
OK that time I was closing a damn pop up ad.
Get into store #2 it appears to be outward facing – no inside access. Now if that’s the side you parked on your golden run flat out to your car and get away from heavily populated areas. If not, it appears to be an anchor store. They always have a delivery truck or something parked at a loading dock. Make a play for that and you’re home free.
Head north the eventual onset of winter will freeze and atleast
immobilize them for you easy reinternment.
immobilize the poor souls for your easy internment
Thank you, I will remember this when the zombie appocalypse start ;)
SpamJam’s comment(s) was worthy, but his trials with the submit button made my freakin’ WEEK.
Sidenote: if you’re near a sporting goods store, you got weapons (and possibly armor), but anyplace that puts clothes up high will have those long rods for putting hangers up, and any rack that can be disassembled will offer basic bludgeoning weapons.
Jumping into store #35 does sound like the best plan. All the way in the back, there should be a stock room where you can climb up and crawl through the ceiling to store #2 and find a way out. Make sure you barricade the entrance to store #35 as soon as you enter of course, more than likely, the zombies will see you enter and be in pursuit.
Glad I’m not one.
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