Mushroom clouds. Vast, barren wastelands. Deserted roads.

The apocalypse is a paradise for misanthropes, but for the rest of us, it means a life of unending solitude, fighting off mutant creatures and getting drunk off Lysoltinis while eating Spamyonaise sandwiches. To paraphrase a wise cartoon clown, the survivors would envy the dead.

As John Hillcoat's 'The Road' shows us, life is hard after the world comes to an end. But as a public service to you, here are some tips you could use to make life that much more bearable. You'll thank us later.
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