Part of the Zombie Squad responsibility is to educate that public about preparedness and vigilance. These are activities that we can easily teach others before and during the PAW.
As teachers we are also leaders because who will be the most prepared for a zombie uprising, if not us? An important part of leadership is maintaining the moral of your group. Not all of us are as independent as Raptorman. I, for one, will eventually loose my sanity if I have to survive alone for weeks at a time with no other human contact. If members of your team start showing obsessive tendencies or extreme anti-social behavior, these are just as dangerous as acute depression and must be addressed in a direct and careful manner. We all have a breaking point under duress and need to carry each other at some point.
If one of my friends or family is acting odd, I will do what I can to help the person, whether or not there is a crisis at hand. That's one of the basic points of being a good person. I'd like to think we are all good people, even though we bicker over silly points, like whether the AR-15 is a better gun than the AK-47.
My basic point is; don’t discount a person because we don't see some instantly likeable part of their personality. Some folks just need to be coaxed out of their shell or have a reason to open up or loosen up. Give people a chance and most of the time you can get along well with the most unlikely people.
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