So, this morning Drudge features this story in USA Today entitled "Doomsday shelters making a comeback."
Here's the opener that drew my attention:
Jason Hodge, father of four children from Barstow, Calif., says he's "not paranoid" but he is concerned, and that's why he bought space in what might be labeled a doomsday shelter.
Hodge bought into the first of a proposed nationwide group of 20 fortified, underground shelters — the Vivos shelter network — that are intended to protect those inside for up to a year from catastrophes such as a nuclear attack, killer asteroids or tsunamis, according to the project's developers.
"It's an investment in life," says Hodge, a Teamsters union representative. "I want to make sure I have a place I can take me and my family if that worst-case scenario were to happen."
Great, it will be The End of the World as We Know It but we can rest assured that collective bargaining for post-apocalypse cannibal zombies will be secured.
March 12, 2018: "Shop steward Frank Munchlunch chats with International Industrial Zombie & Restaurant Workers Local 1315 President Art Floogle about new work rules."