Tuesday, January 6, 2009

A New Year

Hello people.

It has been a long long time since the last time we convened at this location within the webways of the internets.

The staff and members of our esteemed organization would like to wish everybody a Happy New Year and all the best in the days ahead. We have laboured long and hard this past year and in our absence I hope each and every one of you has meditated upon the knowledge that we have passed on.

I say this not because I enjoy proclaiming the end of the world as we know it but because I believe that even the sharpest sword will dull in time without the proper care and diligence of its owner. It has indeed been far too long since the wordsmiths of MB-1 churned out the latest procedures with regards to the impending zombie invasion and I seek to rectify this as soon as possible.

In case you were wondering, which undoubtedly most of you were, the staff of MB-1 have been recently put through a strenuous test of our physical, mental, spiritual and aerodynamical capabilities. Taking up various courses in communications, motorized units, advanced missile systems, field medicine and what not, we have gained a great deal.

For now, we must distill this knowledge before making it available to the public. In the weeks to come we intend to begin the dissemination of these manuscripts and codexes. It is our hope that the insights we seek to impart will aid you, the reader, greatly in the future.

Till then, I urge the reader to once again dig up the skills and know-how of zombie warfare and to re-familiarize oneself with the nature of the threat we face. In order to meet any zombie invasion with any sliver of success, the war effort requires every man, woman and child to remain on their toes, always poised to spring into action at the push of a button, ready to ride out into the setting sun, pitchforks and torches ablaze.

For the zombie menace never rests, and neither can our vigilance in these dark days.

Zombloke 2
Back from the dead
But not as a zombie
I meant it metaphorically

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