The key to survival is being prepared, and part of prepping for any disaster — whether it’s a natural one or the zombies-trying-to-eat-your-brains kind — is ensuring that you have the right supplies. After all, when all hell breaks loose, you probably won’t be able to swing by your local grocery store to pick up all of the stuff you forgot.
Many survivalists think ahead and create special disaster supply kits. Generally referred to as “bug-out bags” or “GO bags”, these portable collections are meant to hold about three days worth of supplies. In the case of an actual zombie apocalypse, it’s likely that you’d need more than that, but three days is a pretty good start.
Due to the number of actual living people already roaming outside our building, I’m fairly certain that the Lab would be one of the last places I’d want to be if zeds start walking around. Despite this, I got to thinking; if we had an official bug-out bag here at the studio, what would be in it? And what would everyone contribute to it?
I decided to find out.