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Zombie Fiction? Shambler 13/09/03(Tue)00:11 No. 4787 Board: /zom/ ID: 839ac3 [Reply]

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Sup /zom/, simple question: what are some good zombie books to read?

I lik the Day by Day Armageddon series for what it was, even if the third book was a little phoned in. There's also the Plague of the Dead, I've only read the first book, but I liked it a little more.

So, has anyone got any good zombie books to add? Oh, besides WWZ.

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Shambler 14/02/09(Sun)00:53 No. 5011 ID: 03531f

if you like the super hero world can also try the peter cline Ex-Heroes series

Shambler 14/02/15(Sat)18:43 No. 5016 ID: 805c53

As far as zombie literature you often need to take a few steps back in order to move forward. A few I have found enjoyable are as follows.
Book of the Dead by John Skipp Craig Spector (collection of short stories)
Wet Work by Philip Nutman (black ops team abroad when outbreak happens)
The Dead by Mark E. Rodgers (standard fare with a demonic twist)
Dead City by Joe Mckinney (1st of the Dead World Series a virus breaks out in Texas after hurricanes)
Down the Road by Bowie V. Ibarra (1st of series set in Texas again survival drama guy travelling the state trying to get home.)
Dying to Live by Kim Paffenroth (1st of series survival drama where the dead are the least of your troubles)
Autum by David Moody (1st of series slow starter heavy on drama less on gore picks up halfway in)
The Rising by Brian Keene (1st of series another demon possession series with a twist beware of animals)
Day By Day Armageddon by J.L. Bourne (1st of kinda series, stick with the first one)
Zombies and Shit by Carlton Mellick III (OK this is just a fun read, survival show meets Return of the Living Dead)
The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor by Robert Kirkman, Jay Bonansinga (1st of series essentially the governors back story a bit lacklustre unless you are a fan of the series)

Shambler 14/02/18(Tue)03:31 No. 5019 ID: 8bdf95

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Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is a bit repetative but very good as it's written in the exact style of the original.

Anonymous 19/04/05(Fri)18:52 No. 6925 Board: /gfx/ ID: 51c08f [Reply]

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almost lost this oc

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Angela Anaconda Danny 22/01/03(Mon)02:04 No. 22295 Board: /me/ [Reply]

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Angela Anaconda. The style of drawing for the cartoon always creeped me out for some reason.

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Anonymous 22/04/05(Tue)11:20 No. 22331

Onision is properly the artist. :p

Anonymous 22/04/24(Sun)23:30 No. 22340

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Yeah gosh it look's so disgusting the artist is totally into porn!

Anonymous 22/12/05(Mon)09:19 No. 22655

Someone needs to work on a fanmade crossover with this and Tom visits the Mayor.

Sarah Palin 21/10/24(Sun)20:46 No. 15614 Board: /w/ [Reply]

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Got these as gifts today. Two.kershaw folders and a USN KA-BAR MK1. All sharpend to a fine edge.

Anonymous 22/03/19(Sat)17:42 No. 57738 Board: /gif/ ID: 9f5b97 [Reply] [First 100 posts] [Last 50 posts]

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horny dance

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Anonymous 22/08/21(Sun)14:06 No. 62103 ID: 03161d

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Teenage Girl 22/07/07(Thu)01:02 No. 24955 Board: /rnb/ ID: 9e84aa [Reply]

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I've come to accept that the reason our country is bad and will only get worse is because the people themselves have no interest in making things better. How can one accomplish great things when most of the population is riddled with envy towards anyone slightly better than them? The smart and competent are hated because the only ego-acceptable narrative is that they're better through some sort of privilege. Even on the right you see this same type of narcissism but over things like height and breeding. How can you make great things when your country is filled with people who burn down cathedrals because they're larger and better looking than a poor man's house, and people who cripple athletes and mutilate the beautiful because they make the weak and ugly feel bad? We don't even have advanced classes in schools because they're seen as discriminatory against the less bright children: better to deny people opportunity than to hurt the feelings of others.

We deserve our fate.

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Teenage Girl 22/07/07(Thu)07:02 No. 24959 ID: 0e8c7c

Motivationalism is

Teenage Girl 22/07/07(Thu)10:54 No. 24963 ID: 4cef8d


I just can't wait for Gen Z to come along and succeed despite the corona-recession and Milennials transfer wholesale all their emotional baggage to teenagers 1-2 decades younger than they are.

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Bruce Banner 13/01/02(Wed)06:45 No. 934 Board: /banner/ ID: d27172 [Reply]

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Have a few

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Bruce Banner 16/11/08(Tue)10:20 No. 1289 ID: 05907b

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Got bored.

Bruce Banner 17/01/09(Mon)20:33 No. 1309 ID: 335076

I think Saz has started taking his meds; he's displayed unprecedented levels of giving a shit lately >>/7ch/9046

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Anonymous 11/12/01(Thu)04:50 No. 142 Board: /pco/ [Reply]

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Is there anywhere to get a full PBX collection? Stuff is amazing.

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Anonymous 20/12/25(Fri)23:37 No. 15249

Stuff is amazing.

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Long Term Data Storage Anonymous 16/08/22(Mon)07:30 No. 22161 Board: /halp/ ID: 0101d3 [Reply]

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Hello /halp/, it's been awhile

I built a NAS not too long ago with 20TB of HDD space in a RAID6 configuration, for 12TB of usable space. Recently, SOMETHING happened to it. Nothing technically wrong with it, just that is was taken and I may or may not be getting it back.

This situation has led me to question online cloud archive backup services for long term (cold) storage. I had roughly 7-8TB, of which I cared about long term preservation of about 4.5TB (lets call it 5TB to be safe). The retrieval rate would be the entire archive less than once per few years. The storage length would be from now until I die.

My question is this: What would you suggest for long term, high capacity, personal online data storage? I would also like some forward secrecy, so if a subpoena is ever issued, the data would remain safe.

BackBlaze and CrashPlan both advertise to be good solutions, however the "1 price for unlimited storage" makes me question their funding, especially in the face of massive amounts of data like this. Not only that but they seem to be for personal PC backups rather than archive solutions. Amazon Glacier also seems like a good idea for long term storage, however the price is much higher.

Any ideas? BackBlaze? Crashplan? Amazon Glacier? Microsoft Azure? Google Cloud? Oracle?

Anonymous 16/08/23(Tue)10:21 No. 22162 ID: 097150

No US-based provider is going to bat an eye at a subpoena. When served with a national security letter, which TLAs regularly abuse, they not only have to turn over your data, they also can't say they were served or that your data was turned over.

Data stored in a foreign country opens you up to the NSA, since once its in the hands of a foreign national they can do whatever they want since it's one of their reasons for existence. You would have to put the data in the hands of a US citizen living in that country to avoid that loophole.

How about three NAS arrays. One that's live, another that's offline but containing data recently backed up from the NAS, and a third that's offsite. The offsite is periodically swapped with the offline NAS. offline and offsite can technically both be offsite, but #2 needs to be more readily accessible, while #3 could be buried in a hole in the woods. Perhaps someplace you infrequently visit, like a relatives home, assuming you can store it there w/o arousing suspicion or even awareness its existence.

Anonymous 17/03/09(Thu)01:34 No. 119153 Board: /tg/ [Reply]

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Newbie here. I came across an archive. What happen to Volcanohound? I think he is awesome for Pathfinder release. What's his story and why he suddenly went missing?

Sorry for off topic.


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Anonymous 17/03/15(Wed)11:03 No. 119517

His name should have been RecognitionHound. He didn't get enough of it, so he left.

Anonymous 17/03/15(Wed)13:46 No. 119523


Well sure but we don't have a real name do we to go looking? Why not provide a link?

Anonymous 22/09/02(Fri)12:28 No. 132153

Pathfinder? I prefer WotC D&D rules.

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