Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Preparing for the Zombie Apocalypse
The Indiana Historical Society doesn't want Hoosiers to be caught unawares by the rise of the living dead.
It has scheduled an informational session at 7 p.m. 19 June in the Indiana History Center, 450 West Ohio Street, Indianapolis, to help everyone prepare.
According to the notice, "representatives from the Indiana State Department of Health will share tools on how to prevent Virus-Z infection, while trained experts from Indiana's Department of Homeland Security will demonstrate coordinated response strategies to the brain-eating hordes."
If that weren't enough, "Indy Trade School will teach you how to barter in the new world order, and you'll also learn survival skills from zombie-fighting veterans with military and public safety experience."
The final session is perhaps the most crucial: IHS staff will prepare you with the needed tools to record the memories of zombie apocalypse survivors."
Admission is $30, and you must be 21 or older.
Are they kidding? There's no hint that it's all tongue-in-cheek: "preparedness is your best defense".
Posted by Indianapolis Observer at 8:00 AM