Secret Stash of Toys
First up, say hello to the new face of suburbia!
But if you're a scavenger (and you are!), every scene like this is an opportunity. A danger, sure, but think of all the useful stuff you can find. Like this:
|iSlab: Guaranteed to make you look younger than the kids who assembled it!|
|Corn-a-Cola: Made with real high-fructose corn syrup!|
|Dan is not responsible for sudden increases in worldwide squirrel lynchings.|
Also, remember that rifle I showed off a while back? Well, it turns out you can accessorize it!
|It goes with my shoes.|
No rifle to attach the sight to? No problem. Even carrying just the sight in your hands still lends you extended visibility range! Which is handy for spotting these guys:
|"Will kill you for stuff."|
History buffs may be excited by this next one:
|OX News: 100% Bull.|
End of the Road for I69
I69 becomes second interstate highway to be reduced to gravel in Michigan DoT's "Resurfacing Budget Reclaimation" initiative. With two of the three major traffic arteries to mainland America reduced to secondary road status, many are concerned that access to mainland USA will become severed.
A Native American Werewolf in New MexicoDoesn't sound like good news, but I'm sure they're just a few unrelated events...
The Pueblo Rock Casino has been plagued by controversy since its announcement last fall. First, a debate over possible uranium contamination in the soil, then reports that soil from an archeological native grave site was being used as landfill for the casino. Now, a week after its grand opening, casino operations are suspended indefinitely as mutilated bodies are found on the premises by guests. Several staff members quit shortly after the discovery, reporting having seen “skinwalkers” in the casino. New Mexico authorities are barring access to the casino as the investigation continues.