Zombie Cliche Lookout: Can’t You See?
Faith can be easier than fact sometimes. You don’t have to prove anything; there’s no empirical evidence to find to support your claim. You believe it to be true because you know it to be in your heart. Where it gets more difficult is when you try to find reason behind that proof. Finding some sort of path, or plan that can make sense of the tragedies in your life is a lofty goal, but good luck getting there. I won’t argue for the existence of God, or which God. What I will say is that, if there a higher power in this world, than surely its whims and notions are completely inscrutable to us lowly flesh-bags.
About this Episode:
I have edited together and written up these last few episodes on a new laptop, which I finally splurged on after years of inconveniencing my wife by borrowing hers all the time. I’m still getting used to the keyboard, which has a really touchy spacebar. So if you see more typos than usual, blame the keyboard.
The site migration over to the new server went well. Much more efficiently than if I had done it myself. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve moved a fair number of sites, but it’s not something I do every day, so there’s always a bit of adjustment and inefficiency.
Now that we’re up on a new host, I’m really hoping that we start to see a little more responsive of a site.Bricks of the Dead generally ran well most of the time, but when it didn’t… well, it was a pain.
Discussion Question: Wisdom through Mistakes
Conventional wisdom states that we tend to learn more from our failures than our successes, and I would tend to agree. Luckily, we live in the civilized world, which is pretty damn forgiving when it comes to mistakes. In the zombie apocalypse, you might not get a second chance if your first mistake was big enough.
What sort of things can you anticipate possibly having trouble with during the zombie apocalypse. Are they things that you could gradually get the hang of through trial and error, or will a single mistake be the end of you?