Something is Missing
No idea how we missed this one back in February - no budget for two years, but the assholes in Springfield have time for this:
- Illinois lawmakers are encouraging the state to be undead-ready by passing a resolution declaring October to be "Zombie Preparedness Month."
The state House voted Thursday to approve House Resolution 0030, which calls for October to be declared "Zombie Preparedness Month" as a bid to encourage the state's residents to be prepared for more realistic natural disasters.
"If the citizens of Illinois are prepared for zombies, than they are prepared for any natural disaster; while a Zombie Apocalypse may never happen, the preparation for such an event is the same as for any natural disaster," the resolution reads.
It says people (and folks) should stock up certain supplies in case of a natural disaster....or zombie apocalypse:
- Citizens should have supplies on hand, which may include, water, food, medications, tools, electronics, sanitation and hygiene, clothing and bedding, important documents and first aid...
You know what Illinois lawmakers seem to have left out?
- Weapons. And ammo.
If you don't have a gun and at least a few thousand rounds for that gun, you are going to die in any sort of zombie apocalypse. And depending on where you live in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, the same is going to happen if there's any sort of natural disaster that interrupts power and commerce for an extended period of time - say one week, two tops.