In attendance were Dan, Dave, T Rex, Rachel, Shaw, Rob, Dunican, and Andrew.
The topics discussed most thoroughly at the meeting included: (1) how humans will be the biggest threat post-apocalypse, (2) the ZBC's "important documents collection" would be extremely useful in this scenario as well, and should include manuals on the manufacture and repair of simple machines, (3) having a stockpile of food and important goods is key to both survival and positioning in the post-apocalypse economy. One of the items to stockpile that was not intuitive to us but was highlighted in the book was salt. Also, items of high value per volume could be stocked for trading, such as alcohol, cigarettes and spices.
One topic of discussion for which there was no clear consensus regarded self-preservation vs. moral responsibility, i.e. how much should you help/inform your neighbor. I think it's safe to say that we agreed that it comes down to your probability of survival, and each dilemma would have to be decided individually for that apocalypse type and situation.