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(Daily Mail)   Behold the perfect dream house located in sunny South Florida, perfect if you're a prepper that is   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 9
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2013-03-24 04:04:27 PM
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Whoever buys this, thinking it will protect them from bombs, zombies, the apocalypse or whatever is going to be really pissed when sea levels rise just a few feet and submerge the whole thing.
2013-03-25 09:26:56 AM
2 votes:
Seems to me that if you're worried about natural disasters, the destruction of public infrastructure & the breakdown of civil society, Florida isn't the place to put down stakes.
2013-03-25 02:49:11 AM
1 votes:
and...


Asbestos, Lead paint, Aluminum wiring...
It can never be brought to code, its only worth about twice the land value.
2013-03-25 02:36:18 AM
1 votes:

Sid_6.7: I work for a certain government agency, the acronym of which rhymes with FEMA. There are a frightening number of people I work with who are preppers. You know, people working for the agency meant to prevent that kind of sh*t? Yeah.

They love to discuss how they've prepared and where, many of them less than 20 miles from my home. Like you said, maybe they shouldn't be so vocal. Sh*t hits the fan, and I'll just try and hostile take-over the stuff they've told me about in detail.

/commenting here as a private citizen, naturally


I dunno. If I spent all my work hours focused on disasters and how much damage they could wreak I'd probably be a prepper too. It's gotta be a little depressing sitting at work always thinking "ok, so what are all the bad things that could happen if a hurricane hit this way and destroyed all this infrastructure?"
2013-03-25 02:26:42 AM
1 votes:

FloydA: Whoever buys this, thinking it will protect them from bombs, zombies, the apocalypse or whatever is going to be really pissed when sea levels rise just a few feet and submerge the whole thing.


Or when a sinkhole opens up underneath and swallows it.
2013-03-25 02:14:08 AM
1 votes:

FloydA: Whoever buys this, thinking it will protect them from bombs, zombies, the apocalypse or whatever is going to be really pissed when sea levels rise just a few feet and submerge the whole thing.


Preppers don't believe in global warming or sea level rise.
2013-03-25 02:13:25 AM
1 votes:
Two words. Bunker Buster. There's a reason NORAD moved out of Cheyenne Mountain.
2013-03-24 09:40:10 PM
1 votes:
The first rule of surviving the apocalypse is that nobody knows that you have a shelter stocked with food and supplies. Since everyone in the area will know about this place, and if you buy it and stock up they'll know about you, you won't last a week before the hordes of survivors who haven't got huge supplies of food, water, medicine etc manage to break in and ransack the place.
2013-03-24 04:49:03 PM
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FTA:  Since the 1980s the shelter has suffered vandalism and has fallen into disrepair it is in need of some tender loving care from a new owner.

Really? Some "shelter" - apparently, a teenager with a spray paint can managed to defeat its various "protections."

FloydA: Whoever buys this, thinking it will protect them from bombs, zombies, the apocalypse or whatever is going to be really pissed when sea levels rise just a few feet and submerge the whole thing.


And, this. Buying a bomb shelter in Florida sounds... stupid, really.
 
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