University of Florida Zombie Attack Plan
The University of Florida at Gainsville had a zombie attack plan on their e-Learning website. However, the plan was pulled after national media found out about it. Which is a shame, really: while obviously meant to be humorous, it's a relevant plan for if the campus is closed, be it due to zombies or H1N1.
Doug Johnson, manager of University of Florida's e-Learning Support Services, wrote the University of Florida zombie plan on his own time, inspired by z-fic classic World War Z. Zombies vs. gators? I'd want to see that.
The plan included medical information on "zombieism" and a form allowing UF employees to explain why they killed infected co-workers, such as those workers making "references to wanting to eat brains."
"Obviously it was meant to be humorous," Doug Johnson, manager of UF's e-Learning Support Services and author of the plan, said Thursday before it was removed.
The six-page document listed "tentative action items" such as equipping offices with easily barricaded doors and giving employees weapons to defend themselves.
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