Fears about a zombie nation of millenials permanently tethered to Snapchat might be overblown, but we sure do use cellphones a lot these days. The overwhelming majority of Americans live in somewhere with a strong cellular connection, and those that don't have killer Wi-Fi.
But what if you live in somewhere with no radio signals at all? Not a third-world country, either, but West Virginia.
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Standard caveats about authenticity, but the guy sounds legit to me anyway. Mike writes: I live in the city of Benton Harbor, so I’m right in the middle of this situation. A lot of these fears are, so far, a bit overblown. As we sta...
It all started with George Romero’s classic film about the dead coming back to life with a taste for the living, and since those Cold War days the zombie craze has gone from geek niche genre to overblown pop culture sensation. Diggi...
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