There’s nothing quite like a Bob Dylan song performed to perfection by someone other than Bob Dylan. All Along the Watchtower and Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door are the most common ones, but a little further off the beaten path is Girl from the North Country, which is knocked out-of-the-park here by Sam Bush.
In addition to a little bit of basic strategy:
The document details response plans, the appropriate Human Resources response of terminating the employee’s salary upon zombification, and what action items need to take place:
- Equip all staff offices with “blackout curtains” to prevent identifying worker locations to zombies;
- Equip all offices with easily barricaded doors able to withstand prolonged zombie incursion attempts;
- Equip staff with laptops and ensure IPCC software is installed, tested, and working for staff who may find commuting to work to be difficult;
- Equip all staff with long range (e.g. rifles) and short range (e.g. hand guns) firearms or other weaponry (e.g. chain saws, baseball bats, LPs) for defense against the infected and to dispatch possibly infected co-workers.
But the best parts come at the end. There’s page five, which is a form to fill out concerning whom you killed, with what, and why you thought they were a zombie. (This is funnier in light of an actual Florida law that was passed a few years ago that allows you to kill someone simply because “you feel threatened”.)
And on the very last page, we have the identifying mark of a UF document: the obvious typo. Yes, even with a zombie attack imminent, spellcheck is never an option:
If you like zombie humor, the ‘official’ UF document is good for a laugh, and who couldn’t use one of those this weekend? Enjoy!