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Preparedness and the Zombie Apocalypse

From The Centers for Disease Control. No, really.

10 Responses to “Preparedness and the Zombie Apocalypse”

  1. ErnestM Says:

    I notice they left “big assed gun” off of thier list of items…


  2. GD Says:

    Interesting that they do not address defense in their preparedness plan…

  3. bwm Says:

    Interesting that they do not address defense in their preparedness plan…

    What caliber for gov’t worker turned (more) zombie?

  4. Mr Evilwrench Says:

    Whatever caliber you’re carrying is the right one, you know.

  5. IllTemperedCur Says:

    Besides the obvious lack of firearms in their recommendations, I’m concerned that they treat the zombpocalypse as a fictional disaster. By attributing the rise of the living dead as nothing but a pop culture construct, they do their public a terrible disservice.

  6. K-dAUG Says:

    Glad to see Rear Admiral Ali S. Khan has so much time on his hands at the CDC he can polish up his creative writing. What a waste of taxpayer dollars!

  7. Caleb Says:

    Honestly, as taxpayer dollars go it’s fairly smart. I’d eat my hat if the CDC honestly believed in a zombie apocalypse, but the joke that “if you’re prepared for the dead to walk, you’re prepared for anything is true.” It’s actually a pretty good way to engage people and get them prepared for a real disaster like a flood or something.

  8. Ron W Says:

    Important documents (copies of your driver’s license, passport, and birth certificate to name a few)

    Now why would you need a birth certificate? The President said it was “silliness” when he finally produced his copy.

  9. JC Says:

    I posted a comment mentioning the lack of defensive concern. Evidently, the word “guns” triggers automatic deletion in .gov websites.

  10. comatus Says:

    They did such good work with Guillain-Barre and AIDS, why not this too? Zombie apocalypses are unpossible of course. But were one to come up all of a sudden, I know who I’d suspect of dropping the vial.