By ALFRED NG. Originally published here, on CNET. I am trying really hard to make this nuclear bomb shelter feel like a home. The room is small, just enough to fit a bunk bed, a padded bench, a ladder in the middle and an air filtration system, but not much else, not even a toilet. I'm looking for where I could put books, or at the very least, a stash of canned beans and bottled water to stay alive. I'm a little uneasy. Maybe it's how cramped it feels in here. Maybe it's the
The Real Deal, a magazine that provides cutting edge news on the real estate market in New York City and beyond, reported today that billionaires are making significant land grabs in America’s heartland in preparation for the apocalypse. The article says, "When the apocalypse arrives, life goes on. That’s the possibility some are preparing for, at least. U.S. billionaires are making significant land grabs in America’s heartland, where the climate is mild and the locations are
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