Strata is in the process of installing a zombie cage in our parking garage.
Zombie cages are a much better idea than closets and walk-in freezers for zombie warehousing.
Firstly, if the need arises you can kill the undead through the bars.
Secondly, cages are open to the air so you can use them as a segregation area to quarantine and observe survivors (without the risk of asphyxiation). Little known fact, quarantine is the most overlooked portion of all zombie plans. Seriously, just because a person says they’re not bitten, you’re just going to let them in? My way you can watch them until you’re sure they’re not in the process of turning into the worst neighbours ever.
Lastly, zombie cages a great place to store bikes until the unfortunate event (read zombie apocalypse) unfolds. (There’s a small chance that Strata only knows about the cage’s utility for bike security.)
In other news I’m thinking of taking on a new writing project. I’m still working on the first draft edits of Super to get it submitted, but when the Universe gives hints this strong, they’re hard to ignore.
I get it Universe, one new story on the way.
The first few parts of my horoscope I understand. Pen, paper, get a new story going. Check. But the “delegate tasks” part might be a bit of a challenge considering I don’t have a staff to delegate said tasks to. I’m pretty sure that I’m going to have a compliance problem when I walk up to random strangers with a bag of laundry and inform them that they have what it takes to succeed. (I like to add a little positive feedback when dumping undesirable tasks.)
What would happen if delegating to strangers was an option? Would it be one long series of passing the buck until you got your own task back? Would a system of flags be developed? (“Sorry I’ve already been delegated to today.”) Would people develop habits to avoid seeing other people, only going out to get groceries when they were unlucky enough not to catch a neighbour in the hallway?