A design student in Syracuse, New York, has come up with a safety kit that should be in every home.
There are many ways of dealing with zombies: shoot them in the head, chop them up and incinerate them, set peashooters in the garden to pop 'em before they can get across the yard, and so on. However student Sam Proctor of Syracuse University has come up with a useful CDC kit in the event things go pear-shaped.
Proctor's a design addict who wants to become a creative director one of these days. The CDC Kit isn't the only thing he's been working on, but it's the only one that might actually save your brains when the zombies come knocking on your door.
The full kit contains four handy brochures, a flare gun, ID cards, a respirator, and a letter from the head of the CDC. I'm sure that letter will be of great comfort in the end times. To my knowledge Proctor isn't offering this for sale, but you never know what might happen if he gets enough interest!
Source: CDC Outbreak Safety Kit