Apr 17, 2011

Zombie Safehouse: Harney Peak -VS- Fukuoka Prefecture

Any conversation I have with anyone at some point leads to the topic of zombies. Such was the case the other night when I laid down the latest zombie news with the H-IT-Man. We strategized different doomsday scenarios and went over what exactly we would do during those crucial first few hours of a zombie outbreak. The details of our conversation are confidential, but one of the not-so-secretive things we discussed was the debate over what refuge was the safest. Recently, Murphy submitted the Fukuoka Prefecture coal mine in Japan as an additional anti-zombie destination point. In the event of a zombie outbreak, there are now two places to consider; Harney Peak and Fukuoka Prefecture. Both have pros and cons.
Harney Peak

· Located in South Dakota, Harney Peak is the highest point in the state
· It is essentially a rock fortress built on top of a mountain.
· The scenery on top of Harney Peak is beautiful
· It is secluded and zombies have a hard time hiking up mountains
· Pizza Parties

· It is on top of a mountain. Helicopter is the best bet
Now let’s take a look at...
Fukuoka Prefecture

· The name. Fukuoka. If you take a closer look, it says “FUK-U-OK-A?” Done and done
· Look at the place. It’s a god damn zombie sniper’s dream
· It is elevated and appears to be the perfect anti-zombie haven
· It is in Japan
· This picture:
· High population of people on an island = high population of zombies on an island
After reviewing the pros and cons of both areas, I’m still gonna go with Harney Peak. But it is always good to have a Plan B in mind just in case Plan A does not work out.