Apocalypse preparedness.

45%

In case you were worried, in case of zombies my chances are almost 50-50.

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Indeed, but what are your chances of surviving the only apocalypse that matters? (The Big Atomic Blast.. something like that.)

Are you usually

1. Sitting in your fully stocked interplanetary spacecraft which can be launched in a matter of seconds?

2. Doing other shit.

Ha! I'm 2% more likely to survive. I only have to outrun you...

By John Wilkins (not verified) on 26 Jun 2007 #permalink

52%. The zombie apocalypse meet-up place is your house, by the way.

By Uncle Fishy (not verified) on 27 Jun 2007 #permalink