In the real world, people live in fear. We live in fear of an unseen enemy that doesn't just live across the sea, but in our very neighborhoods. An enemy that hates us and wants to kill our friends and families over a dispute that very few understand and jealousy of our beloved American way. As a people, we live in fear of our neighbors, of the teenagers on the street, and of our fellow passengers at the airport. We lock our car doors, we hold our loved one's hand tight, and we live in suspicion of our coworkers and neighbors, lest they be part of the problem and not the solution. In our terrified society, the local news serves not as a source of information, but as a tool to control the population, disseminating distrust and fear through shocking corporate-sponsored headlines.