Global Annihilation Security Project



Are You Prepared?


Are You Prepared?

Are You Prepared?



Congratulations to the GASP Raffle Winner!

We are beyond excited to share the name of the GASP raffle winner!

Zoe Banoza


Zoe has won 2 VIP seats at the event, a copy of Max Brooks’ newest book The Harlem Hellfighters, and a front of the line pass for the book signing! Congratulations Zoe!

Preparing for Tomorrow’s Disasters, Today.

Patrick Fuery

Interior Intelligence

Addressing the “Enders”

We’ve heard the rumors circulating lately about certain groups making horrifying accusations against the hardworking people at GASP.

These underground organizations claim they’re exposing the truth, but all they spread is lies. We at GASP are saddened that many of our citizens are even considering the lies spread by these miscreants, attending so-called “Self-Defense” courses and rallies that are really designed to disturb the peace we’ve worked so hard to build.

These people don’t care about your safety. They don’t care about you. They only care about their own agenda, rocking the boat to create a current that will soon be a tidal wave destroying our society.

Rest assured, these vandals will be brought to justice, and we at GASP will not be deterred in our mission to bring peace and stability to you and the people you love. cropped-rsz_gasplogo_vfinal-3.jpg

Are You Prepared?

Just a Reminder…

Hello Citizens! We hope you’re having a wonderful, happy day! We just wanted to stop by and drop you a friendly reminder….


That’s all. Just a friendly reminder that life is good, you are safe, your children are protected. So relax, because GASP is working on your behalf to keep the world safe.


Do Your Part to End Global Warming

If there’s one global phenomenon at the top of everyone’s minds these days, it’s climate change. Whatever side of the aisle you fall on regarding this issue, it never hurts to take a few extra steps to help minimize your impact on the Earth.


  1.  Recycle – Recycling helps conserve energy and reduces pollution and greenhouse gas emissions from resource extraction, manufacturing, and disposal. Take those three extra steps to the blue bin, and recycle your newspapers, beverage containers, paper, and other goods.

  2. Use Water Efficiently – Despite recent rainfall, we are still in a drought! Fixing leaky faucets, faulty toilets, and reducing the amount of water you use in your daily life can help not only preserve water, but reduce green gas emissions. It takes lots of energy to pump, treat, and heat water, so saving water can help save the planet.

  3. Drive Smart – Go easy on the brakes and gas pedal, and avoid quick accelerations to improve your fuel economy.

  4. Or, Give Your Car a Break – Spring is in full force, so why not opt out of driving and walk to the grocery store instead? Jump on a bike to get to class, or carpool with friends to get where you’re going.

  5. Teach Others – If we all did just a little bit more, we could make a huge difference. So tell your friends about recycling programs, or get them to reduce their carbon footprint in small ways.

Remember, a warmer climate is more appealing to reptilian alien lifeforms, so if we want to prevent them from invading our home world, there are small actions you can do now to help do your part.

What Should Be In Your First Aid Kit?

It never hurts to be over-prepared! Life is full of bumps and bruises, which is why GASP’s mission is to prepare you for all of tomorrow’s disasters, both big and small.

In the spirit of preparation, we’ve compiled a list of things that should be included in your household first aid kit. From a grazed knee, to a zombie bite, you’ll be grateful you had these items lying around the next time you find yourself in trouble.


  • sterile gauze pads of different sizes

  • adhesive tape

  • adhesive bandages in several sizes

  • elastic bandage

  • a splint

  • antiseptic or alcohol wipes

  • antibiotic ointment

  • antiseptic solution (like hydrogen peroxide)

  • hydrocortisone cream (1%)

  • acetaminophen and ibuprofen

  • extra prescription medications

  • tweezers

  • sharp scissors

  • safety pins

  • disposable instant cold packs

  • calamine lotion

  • alcohol wipes or ethyl alcohol

  • thermometer

  • plastic non-latex gloves (at least 2 pairs)

  • flashlight and extra batteries

  • a blanket

Make sure to store your first aid kit somewhere easily accessible, and check it regularly to replace missing items or medicines that may have expired. Then, at the first sign of danger, you’ll be prepared to fight off any infection and heal any wound!

*DISCLAIMER – First aid kits cannot mend a broken heart. Linda, I’m so sorry. Please come back.