This is eBay's rendering of transaction activity on Black Friday; notice how the seller-heavy rural areas (yellow) are offloading their juno on the coast elites (red). What was the flow of crap to your neighborhood.
This zoom-able map is for Black Friday, the climax of America's annual holiday shopping orgy, when eBay processed 1 million deals; the online auction company sold even more items, 1.4 million, on Cyber Monday, which is supposed to be the busiest online shopping day. There's a graphic of that day here. City dwellers should take the maps as hints to sell more of their junk. If the heartland can let go of its junk, why can't you?