Acronym Noun (oh-zort): "Order of Zombie Outbreak Resistance Tacticians". A specific, largely internet based organization that discusses zombie survivalism.
After spending a few hours talking to OZORT on their web forum, Tom knew exactly what he would do if there was ever a zombie outbreak.
Zombie Outbreak Resistance Tactician. Generally used to refer to anyone who has studied zombie survivalist theory. Typically refers to a member of a large web based organization known as OZORT that can easily be found on any search engine.
After killing 11 zombies, the Zort took a 10 minute break, ate a sandwich, and then killed 7 more.
Zombat is a combination of the words combat and zombie, and refers to battling zombies in combat. The best way to defeat zombies, (according to various zombie movies) is through is destroying the brain, and the best way to do that is through headshots.more...
Close quarters combat is not recommended due to zombies can only attack in close quarters combat by biting. Zombies are undead slow creatures who's bite is infectious to the living, creating more zombies. Lone zombies are not much of a threat, however they often come in crowds and then they are a big threat. Their population often expands rapidly due to their infectious bite.
Various organizations are dedicated to the elimination of the zombie menace through zombat. These organizations include Zombie Squad, FVZA, OZORT, and Tactical Underground. There are books out there by Max Brooks that deal with zombat and zombie survivalism. These include The Zombie Survival Guide and World War Z.
A term used to describe a zombie that strays from the main zombie pack, also known as the horde, to search for victims instead of lying about rotting. It is reccommended to hide the roamers after eliminating them as to not attract attention from the horde
"Kill the roamers, then put 'em in that dumpster, we don't want the horde to find us."
Someone who can't wait for the end of the world, and 'prepares' for it by hoarding food, guns, ammunition, water purification tablets, paracord, rice, MRE, camouflage clothing, Walmart gift cards, and pretend Tea Party 'money' that they think will be worth something someday.more...
Often this fear/hope that society will end "any day now" is related to religious beliefs, distrust of a government they didn't vote for, and/or a shared delusion among their peers that only they are intelligent enough to "see the signs" of our collective impeding doom.
A strong paramilitary aspect usually goes with the Prepper lifestyle, even though most of them couldn't run a mile to save their own lives, never mind carrying some of the heaviest items possible on their backs; batteries, water, bullets, and gold.
Up to this point, 100% of "preppers" have been wrong so far, a trend likely to continue for a very long time.
It has been theorized that in the unlikely event of an actual catastrophe large enough to actually destroy society, that Preppers would be the fir...
A very common phrase used throughout the ranks of the United States Army by Non-Commissioned Officers in charge and responsible for a certain amount of personnel (Soldiers). Typically the platoon sergeant of his or her own platoon will use this when reporting that a Soldier is not present for the first formation of the day, the accountability formation. An unaccounted for Soldier could be considered AWOL, injured or even possibly dead.
"One soldier, outta ranks"
~The Platoon sergeant
Typically followed by "I want counseling."
~The First sergeant
~The Platoon sergeant
~Yo, that zombie assault vehicle is hella outta ranks son!more...
~Anything pertaining to and totally awesome regarding all that is Outta Ranks...
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