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Cloyde Vandenburg

In his article “My Zombie, Myself: Why Modern Life Feels Rather Undead” Chuck Klosterman states that “As long as we keep deleting whatever’s directly in front of us, we survive” there are different ways to interpret this, one way is that as long as we keep killing zombies we can survive. Another is that during a zombie apocalypse it’s a one for all, every man for themselves, this means that in order to survive humans would do anything, including kill each other, steal, and betrayal. During a zombie apocalypse no one is looking out for anyone else but themselves, so when Klosterman says keep deleting whatever’s directly in front of us, he is stating that in order to survive you must be able to do gruesome actions in order to survive.

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