At least one writer believes a South Carolina secession would lead to a zombie apocalypse.
I'm not so sure that's true, though I suspect it would not turn out any better than it did when we left in December of 1860. That led to a lot of blood, sweat and tears - and lots and lots of bloodshed, for those who have not read up on their history lately. Remember, we are still in the midst of our four-year remembrance of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, a remembrance which began with some of the wealthy and powerful in the state reliving the good ole days of secession-making.
Good times. Yes, good times.
The writer at the link does have a point that should not be overlooked:
Here's one little nugget all those secessionist petitioners seem to forget: The question about whether a state could secede was answered awhile ago, and the answer was a resounding no. We can debate and haggle if that interpretation is correct, but in real life, it has been settled.
Now can we act like grown-ups? Sometimes your side wins the election, sometimes it loses.
Time to move forward - together.