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In which Ben wonders about the struggles of neighbourhoods protecting themselves from the people (& things) in other, different, neighbourhoods, Kev goes entirely literal with the word ‘Neighbourhood’, Tonya does terrible, terrible things to your fond childhood memories of ‘The Jetsons’, and Craig wonders what’s out beyond the relatively tranquil borders of an isolated little town.
Maxwell’s Silver Hammer – The Beatles
Only Forward – Michael Marshall Smith
Snow Crash – Neal Stephenson
Reds Under The Bed
U.S. Senator Joseph McCarthy
Fate Accelerated Edition
The Seven Samurai
They Fight Crime!
Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
There Will Come Soft Rains – Ray Bradbury
The Brave Little Toaster
The Incredible Journey – Sheila Burnford
Who Can Replace A Man? – Brian Aldiss
Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang – Kate Wilhelm
Sir Peter Jackson
Warpath – Tony Daniel
The X-Files episode “Arcadia”
It’s A Good Life – Jerome Bixby
I’m guessing that Cracked.com’s After Hours is what Ben is referencing.
The Postman – David Brin
Zombie Survival Guide – Max Brooks
Matakawau Point, which it turns out has gentrified somewhat in recent years, from the look of the Google Maps aerial imagery.
I still maintain that only the bit East of the little park at the base of the hill counts as being part of Matakawau Point; The rest is on the peninsula, and Tainui road is a shared driveway with a name, so can be safely disregarded ~ craig
Bartertown & Auntie Entity
The Zombie Hunters
All Flesh Must Be Eaten
The Forest of Hands and Teeth
The Gutter Skypes
My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic