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I am a neuro nurse in Philly in a super specialized unit that deals with mostly with aneurysms. 50% of ppl don't make it to the hospital. Most aneurysms are genetic so if your parent or someone close to you has died of this it's very Important that you get an MRI or a CTA to make sure that you don't have an aneurysm. If you have one it's very important to go to a place that deals with them specifically.
The bone crunching sound the zombies make when reanimating is so unnerving, like celery stalks snapping. So much more horrifying than anything I saw on the walking dead.
And there is a huge emphasis on the socioeconomic disparity, but I also think it's an honest depiction of how the rich and powerful fare in a crisis as opposed to the poor. A main source of the outbreak is caused by a well meaning man accidentally infecting a large group of poor people who he was trying to save from starvation. It also explores what lengths people who are in power will go to retain power, which is timely in the 2019 US political landscape.
I love this and can't wait to finish so I can listen to J&A's coverage.