More Pub for Arthur Firstenberg

In conjunction with the BBC World News report about the “Wi-Fi Free Zone” in Green Bank, WV, here’s a report that quotes (now) Santa Fean Arthur Firstenberg: ‘Wi-Fi Refugees’ With Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity Flock to West Virginia Town.

Firstenberg’s quote:

“If I walk into a room or building that has Wi-Fi, my most immediate sign is that the front of my right thigh goes numb,” Arthur Firstenberg, 57, of Santa Fe, N.M, told ABC. “If I don’t leave, I’ll get short of breath, chest pains and the numbness will spread.”

Of note is that, unfortunately, Firstenberg is NOT one of the flockees.

The Electrically-Sensitive Trail of Arthur Firstenberg can be followed here.