CDC: What to do during zombie attack
True, there is not much of a business hook here, but how could we resist a warning from the CDC on zombies?
Rear Admiral Ali S. Khan, an assistant surgeon general and director of the office of public health preparedness and response, on an official U.S. Centers for Disease Control blog has written a post telling Americans how they can prepare for an outbreak of zombies.
I thought it was a joke at first. but no, it appears to be for be for realsies – the posting that is, not the outbreak.
I assume the outbreak will come at a later date.
The tongue-in-cheek post mentions preparations for an onslaught of zombies are similar to what you need to do in an earthquake, hurricane or any other natural disaster.
I guess with the one exception of calmly kissing your loved ones goodbye then ripping off your clothes and running bat crap crazy down the street screaming – “Oh $%^# Zombies!” – until you are eaten.
Me? I have always maintained that the perfect zombie survival plan includes hiding out on the roof of Nagels Gun Shop.
B. It is within walking distance to a Whataburger and Pizza Hut.
And C. I can always run and hide at my grandmothers, which is only a few blocks away.
Other than that I'm sure glad the CDC has all the real diseases cured or under control so that they can now concentrate on fictitious health threats.I just hope the Department of Defense’s plan to deal with Galactus is ready.
For those not able to get into the site here are a couple of screen shots.
And as you can see, we should be perfectly safe by owning some flashlights, a plastic jug, batteries, 2 books, an LED lamp and a radio. Not to mention some Floaties.