Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Arizona Takes 7th Place in U.S. States Most Likely to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse

Posted By on Wed, Mar 26, 2014 at 12:00 PM

The West Coast and the South will eventually agree on something—the delicious appeal of brains.
  • Courtesy of Estately Blog.
  • "The West Coast and the South will eventually agree on something—the delicious appeal of brains."

You would have a better chance at surviving a zombie apocalypse if you're reading this somewhere in Arizona. According to Estately Blog, Arizona ranks 7th state in the U.S. most (and least) likely to survive a zombie invasion. The study is based on 11 metrics that included obesity population, soldiers and veterans per capita, people with guns and paintball enthusiast.

Arizona is pretty zombie crazy:

Home to both the Department of Zombie Defense and the Arizona Zombie Defense Force. The state of Arizona trains for the zombie apocalypse with zombie walks, a Zombie Night at an Arizona Diamondbacks game, and much more.

Here's how we fare against the rest of the country:

Photo courtesy of Estately Blog.
  • Photo courtesy of Estately Blog.

If our fictional inevitable doom were to ever happen, we hope the shit hits the fan in the middle of July. Zombies couldn't take a Tucson summer. I don't know how we do it sometimes.

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