Where would you go if all your neighbors turned into New Balance-wearing, speed-walking zombies? The CDC (unaffiliated with apocalyptic preacher Harold Camping) has some tips on how to survive the zombie apocalypse in a manual released on its Web site yesterday that uses the undead as a metaphor for disaster preparation. On today's show, we're also getting shallow and pedantic about Meredith Baker's newly appointed position as the senior vice president of governmental affairs for Comcast-NBC Universal, a merger that she oversaw as an FCC commissioner, and we're also chatting about a woman who was reportedly kicked off Amtrak for talking on the phone for 16 hours!
The 404 Digest for Episode 824
Ep. 824: Where we're spinning our way to the top
- CDC advises on disaster prep the only way Americans understand: with zombies!
- FCC commissioner leaves for Comcast-NBC Universal
- Woman kicked off Amtrak for talking on the phone for 16 hours!
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