The ad says that only 72 Atlas "F" missile silos were built in Kansas by the Army Corps of Engineers, and these babies are going fast.
Survival Condo can take care of the mundane everyday needs like food, water, air filtration, jacuzzi and the like, but since you're spending $4 million or so for your own luxury portion, you have to ask yourself ....... with space for 75 in the multi-level bunker, who do I NOT want moving in?
Let's face it, your new neighbors, perhaps strangers, who also bought in, are not going to be the annoying riff-raff one might encounter at WalMart, but rich people can be a source of friction as well. Imagine having to live one floor above (or below) some mega-rich bozo who pees in the communal pool? Or who won't rein in his fat, pasty, entitled offspring. You can't very well jet off to Rio .... no jet .... no Rio. You're in it for the long haul.
Perhaps a moment of reflection would be best. Make a list of all your own personality flaws and demand that they not be replicated in the other few dozen rich wretches in your top-down Atlas bunker.
Kinda like Gilligan's Island, but in a giant grain silo.
The problem for many of those who have placed their chips on "00" (bunker in Kansas) is getting there, after the zombie apocalypse or whatever. A fat cat in NYC may find The Kansas Express (his private jet) without a pilot .... or the jet having departed early, with the pilot and his family aboard.
Post by NoSoapRadio on Aug 2, 2020 13:41:12 GMT -5
I'd much rather ride out the end of days with a family on their farm in the South or Mid-west -- I don't mind "annoying riff-raff one might encounter at WalMart". The people will be nicer, the food will be better, they'll probably take me hunting or fishing, and they won't mind if I bring my dog.
I'd take that, even without the apocalypse, over a week on a $200 million yacht with a fake family. Have you ever asked someone if it's OK to cut bait on the aft deck of a high $$ boat? They don't even have rod holders or a trolling motor.