Resident Furry Pimp
- May 8, 2011
It'll be a hell of a lot easier to teach yourself to drive when there's nobody on the road. Driving isn't the complicated part as the road-signs are pretty obvious around here, It's avoiding the other people and maintaining your vehicle that'll get'cha.game-lover said:I'd probably mostly eat. And read some books. It's all I could truly do.
No one to run the networks for TV. Or theaters for the movies I wanna watch. Maybe steal a bicycle. Best way to get around. Can't drive yet. No one to teach me now.
With no people to run most of the good stuff, I wouldn't be getting to have much fun, I imagine.
As for me, I'd probably do the same when the power died. I'd carry my laptop for as long as I could, finding batteries to keep it juiced. I'd re-learn how to write and keep a journal (Computer-geek printing... Euuuggghhh~) I'm not much of a book-reader, but damn, I'd have to learn to be one.
I'd probably rummage through the local libraries and internet(While it's around) for knowledge, provided denial didn't set in right away, I'd arm myself with a sledge-hammer to break into people's homes to steal resources and warmth. I'd probably hit up the local police station in the same way too, because those dogs that people keep are gonna get hungry... and there are some big fucking dogs around here. If I can pick them off from a distance, it'd be better than relying on a sledge. I'd also have to look around in a hospital. I might find something I need. And, on top of things, the NSLC. Cause I'm gonna need a lot of booze.
Once Gasoline expired, back to the bike. I'd probably head to Maine, and maybe a bit further south into the states where the weather is warmer, and I won't have to worry about freezing to fucking death. All the while constantly checking my cellphone hoping to get a hold of friends and family. If I'm truly alone, so be it...