Living Day To Day In The Post-Apocalypse

Nathaniel Lindsay’s Ducked and Covered: A Survival Guide to the Post Apocalypse addresses an almost completely overlooked subject in the world of informational videos: how one should go about daily life in a world ravaged by a nuclear holocaust when the remaining population has been reduced to a shambling band of mutants and/or have all resorted to cannibalism. I will admit I was skeptical at first, after all this video hails from Australia, a land populated by the worst England had to offer making its citizens decidedly untrustworthy, not to mention that their theories of what the world will be like after a cataclysm having a strange preoccupation with vehicular combat (no doubt due to the fact that when England founded this prison continent they made it illegal for citizens to own cars. Fact. (Editor’s Note: That is not a fact. What is it with you and Australia?)) Any worries I may have had proved unjustified as Lindsay makes sure to point out the real threat of post-apocalyptic civilization: killer robots. Killer robots with lasers.

Via The Daily What

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  2. Jamie Says:

    Heh, saw that on Vimeo originally, god I love the internet.
    Also: Our preoccupation with vehicular combat has more to do with a desire to kill Mel Gibson as messily as possible as opposed to anything else, that’s a fact.

  3. James Says:

    Yes – we’re a land of 20 million die hard convicts, cannibals and mutant wasteland warriors! When the apocalypse comes we’re so going to kick US arse. :)