Howdy Roving Horde! It’s been a long summer and we’ve missed y’all.
Recently I sent out a letter to those on the ITRH newsletter list announcing the date of the upcoming season. And the there was a flood happy response.
But some of you don’t get our emails; (you’re seriously missing out). And we’re still getting people […]
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After a year of the blog and six months of the podcast, it’s time for our very own forum. Be part of our online community. Ask questions, answer questions, and be part of the discussion. Come chat it up!
Urban Survival Forum
If you are following us on Twitter or Facebook this is old news, but for everyone that is not you may be wondering why there has been so few articles lately. The short answer is that we are currently devoting all of our resources to improve the site through two avenues. First, we have been […]
“We sleep soundly in our beds because rough men stand ready in the night to visit violence on those who would do us harm.” – Churchill
Thank a Veteran today.
That’s right boys and girls, its October and the Zombie Attack is here. For those just joining us, all the articles for the month of October will be Urban Survival with a Zombie spin.
On 9/10/2010 we lost our database and all the old posts along with it. Please bare with us while we scramble to rebuild the site and posts (fortunately we keep our feathers numbered for just such an occasion.)
Back in full swing before Monday.
Zombie fiction offers a fantastic metaphor for modern survival. It allows us to examine scenarios of extreme survival against a seemingly unstoppable foe. Zombie fiction also offers us a more broad metaphor for surviving in a modern-day world surrounded by others that seem to be little more than mindless, A moralistic, self-serving consumers.
This October In […]