I've got great news - if there's a zombie invasion, we're in a good spot.

According to a story in The Economist, CareerBuilder.com says, in event of a zombie outbreak, west Michigan is a good place to be, mainly because of an ability to supply food. CareerBuilder (and no, I don't know what this has to do with your career - if there's a zombie apocalypse, my career will be shooting zombies) broke down the largest metro areas in America by categories to see where one would survive a zombie attack best. In the area of "food supply", Grand Rapids scored the best in America. One of our listeners speculated that was because of all the food warehouses in western Michigan. I also believe it's because we'd be able to fish and hunt for a lot of our food almost anywhere in Michigan.

The area you DON'T want to be? New York City. Well, that's a no-brainer.

Here's the full story.

 

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