A Reader Observes That There Was No "Zombie Apocalypse" In Rural Mississippi During Katrina
October 20, 2015, 05:00 PM
Re: Paul Kersey’s article
THE WALKING DEAD And Katrina: The “Zombie Apocalypse” Already Happened—And Can Happen Again
From: An Observant White American [
Very interesting article about the collapse of civilization during Katrina in New Orleans.
However, in one way, the story misses the point.
Although we saw a nearly complete
breakdown of civilization in New Orleans,
I remember the story being completely different in
rural areas of Mississippi hit just as hard by Katrina.
In those areas I saw stories of communities banding together and helping each other in every way possible.
Take a guess at what was different between those places in rural Mississippi and New Orleans.
I think you know the answer.
We do indeed know the answer—see
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