Camera on a conveyor at a Tokyo sushi bar. It was about midnight and the place was packed with great people.
In Japanese, but you don’t need to be able to read to play it.
What isn’t there to love about zombies?
At the back apparently:
The funny thing about all those expert opinions: They’re not really based on hard data about actual airline accidents. A look at real-world crash stats, however, suggests that the farther back you sit, the better your odds of survival. Passengers near the tail of a plane are about 40 percent more likely to survive a crash than those in the first few rows up front.