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You ever wonder what you would do in the event of a zombie apocalypse? It’s better to be prepared for what may or may not come, so that’s why I’ve compiled a list of 4 useful apps during a zombie apocalypse.
When there’s an apocalypse of any sorts, the lights will go out and it will be dark. It will be painfully difficult to navigate through pitch black areas. A flashlight will illuminate the way to safety. However, you must exercise extreme discretion when using the flashlight app. You don’t want to turn it on when there is a zombie only 20 meters away. Otherwise, it’ll catch their attention and you will become a delightful buffet for them. If you’re feeling crafty and heroic, you can lay a trap for a zombie by using the light as a lure and then ambushing it by bashing its head in with a lead pipe.
Navigation is a must. We no longer rely on gigantic road atlas maps from a couple decades ago. Google maps will guide you to your destination. I would look for the nearest army base and head there. With the armory and trained troops stationed there, that’s gotta be your best chance for survival. Another option is to find your way to the nearest lake or sea and get a boat. We all know zombies don’t know how to swim so you should be safe there, unless there happens to be aqua zombies in this apocalyptic scenario. If that’s the case, I would pray to Poseidon for safe harbor.
Yes, there are apps out there with an assortment of realistic gun and explosion sounds. You might be wondering, why would I need this against zombies? You don’t. It’s for other humans. The Walking Dead has taught me that you are guaranteed to run into humans with bad intentions. If you run into a human in an adjacent room and you think they might be dangerous threat to you – tell them you have a gun and start playing sounds of AK-47 gunfire. They will probably run away and inadvertently encounter a horde of zombies, which is what they deserve anyways.
It can get lonely when the human population gets decimated due to a zombie outbreak. You need to do your part in repopulating the human species. Plus it would be funny to see a profile that says: “Hobbies include staying alive, foraging for cans of baked beans, honing my combat skills, and living life like there’s no tomorrow!” Get on Tinder to find a local date. Don’t be picky so swipe right like there really is no tomorrow.
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Even if you are irresponsible, it’s never too late to change. Below are some common household risks and precautions you can take to avoid future problems.
There are many easily-overlooked safety hazards that could threaten you and your home. One of these hidden dangers comes from our need to save space in our home. Many people plug as many cords into our outlets as possible as a way to create more space for other cords. This is necessary since we’re now such a digitally connected society. This is a big no-no! More than 13% of house fires in the U.S. are caused by electrical issues according to the National Fire Protection Association. This disaster is easily avoidable. Always unplug appliances and other plug-in electronics when they are not in use. Also avoid using too many power strips, this is another way that plugs can be overloaded.
Another common mistake that can have an impact on you is not properly protecting your home from burglars. It’s easy to forget to close your blinds and lock all doors and windows each time you leave the house but forgetting to do so can make your house an easy target for break-ins. Adding clearly visible signs and stickers to your home stating that you have a security system is a great way to deter thieves. Even if you don’t have a security system, stickers and signs that claim you do could be enough to scare away burglars.
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So the iPhone 6s & 6s Plus have been out for a week now and the response has been pretty positive. People seem to love the offerings of the latest iPhone. We played around with it this past week and here’s our take on the new iPhone 6s.
1.It’s fast. We were hesitant on the extent of the hardware improvements. Sure there’s a new cpu and gpu but how much faster will it be? It’s pretty fast. App utilization, web surfing, mobile gaming, and more seem to respond quite nicely thanks to enhanced processing. Matter of fact, the iPhone 6s is so fast that there have been claims that is as fast as a MacBook.
2.3D Touch. We weren’t sure how responsive or useful the 3D Touch would be, but so far we like it and think it is a nice new feature. It can save a little time here and there as you need to peek into apps, sports scores, and emails. It also lets use add shortcuts into your home icons, allowing you quick access to certain features within the app. Moreover, the pressure-sensitive nature allows developers to utilize this in some unique ways in the future. If you are a designer or artist, 3D touch also let’s you draw faint or darker lines depending on the pressure.
3.It’s sturdy. The new 7000 series aluminum casing and strong Ion-X Glass screen has made the iPhone 6s resistant to damage. The TechSmartt Youtube Channel demonstrated the resistance of the new iPhone with some drop tests. The glass screen on the iPhone 6s Plus actually survived a 10ft drop unscathed in their test. Check it out below!