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Man found living in underground bunker home in Buffalo

 
malu

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05/31/2007 07:42 PM
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it could be her significant other after the divorce, she got the custom built bunker with the fresh air make up, solar panels, years of freezed dried food, the arsenal, all done in a post apocolyptic motif`



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That's funny Malu. I hope she isn't offended by all this fun at her expense. No offense intended.

"post apocolyptic motif" ROFL



she won't mind, she probably uses him for target practice, kind of like shooting prarie dogs when they stick their heads out of the hole!


i'm so offended...

I do like the idea of the post apocolyptic motif, though. I wonder if Martha Stewart has anything on it.
 Quoting: Babe in a Bunker



Martha Stewart? pffffffffffft

you are the Post Apocolyptic Babe in a Bunker!

you go girl :)

i think you should start a fashion line, using burlap
"By way of deception, thou shalt do war."

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05/31/2007 07:46 PM
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Underground is the future, underground dudes.
malu

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05/31/2007 07:50 PM
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is that you underground dude? have not seen you around in a week or so, hell, after cavemen, you are the expert at this, i think you should sell tours to GLP members!
i know i would pay to see, or,, work for my visit

babe in a bunker meets underground dude,,,,, hmmmmmmmm
"By way of deception, thou shalt do war."

Israel's Mossad

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U.S. Central Intelligence Agency Motto
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05/31/2007 08:48 PM
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I myself lived in a garden shed In Cali in the 80's for eighteen months. With two kids 3 and 6. It was peaceful. Now I live in the Ozark Mountains, Peaceful. People dont relize money is an illusion and people keep this illusion going. STOP THIS ILLUSION it is our only hope.

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Money is an illusion. I go to the store and buy stuff with illusion, lol. What do you expect, all of us to head for the hills and raise/hunt our own food and fend for ourselves to avoid using money? What a disaster that would be, socially, and environmentally. Good life for the few, but if the masses subscribed to it look out.

Some poeple are so fucking stupid.
malu

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05/31/2007 09:02 PM
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I myself lived in a garden shed In Cali in the 80's for eighteen months. With two kids 3 and 6. It was peaceful. Now I live in the Ozark Mountains, Peaceful. People dont relize money is an illusion and people keep this illusion going. STOP THIS ILLUSION it is our only hope.

Flint of the Sky Clan


Money is an illusion. I go to the store and buy stuff with illusion, lol. What do you expect, all of us to head for the hills and raise/hunt our own food and fend for ourselves to avoid using money? What a disaster that would be, socially, and environmentally. Good life for the few, but if the masses subscribed to it look out.

Some poeple are so fucking stupid.
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well, i think that is precisely why they intend on eliminating billions of us, because they know we can not go on much longer the way we have, that if people don't return to living off the land, we will implode, and i should say masses, because the haves will continue to live a decadent lifestyle, as always

people can get by pretty well without money, if you have something to barter for, and you would have to live a simple life, and actually have time to relax, but you won't have a five bedroom home, three cars, a boat, eat out every night , nor have 2.3 spoiled rotten children
"By way of deception, thou shalt do war."

Israel's Mossad

"The truth shall set you free."

U.S. Central Intelligence Agency Motto
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05/31/2007 09:47 PM
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I'll bet it's damp.
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05/31/2007 11:27 PM
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[link to www.undergroundhousing.com]

Build your own underground home.

Here is what Home & Garden Network (HGTV) had to say about Mike Oehler's underground house, on a special called "The Subterraneans", which has aired frequently. (Check your schedule for future airings):

"This guy literally wrote the book on subterranean housing and sold more than 75,000 copies of The $50 & Up Underground House Book. He lives in his own creation. It's a little snug but it's custom built and has all the creature comforts. You can barely see it, a dream get away nestled deep in the mountains of scenic Northern Idaho on 40 acres of land. Imagine it, all yours for $500. That's what subterranean pioneer Mike Oehler created when he... built one of the nations first underground houses in 1971... Today his little house in a hillside is a rustic gem... It's like having an underground log cabin... and somehow eight feet underground there's still lots of light here. Mike has developed what he calls an Up Hill Patio, a cut behind the house and into the hill, where plants can grow and light and air flow through the house. MIKE: "I think I've got the only system in the country, maybe the world where you get light, air and views from two or three directions in each and every room in the underground house.'
"A beautiful mountain side, custom design, self-sufficiency and plenty of natural light even though you're underground, and all for $500. And maybe best of all, tranquility. MIKE: 'Its easy to heat, easy to cool, It's easy on your ears because it's much more soundproof in there.'
So what's next for Mike Oehler? Well, he's writing a new book and he's designing and building a new (1800 sq. ft. underground) home. It's got a patio, and a tree house, and an underground pool and jacuzzi. And how much for this super house? $15,000.

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Anonymous Coward
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05/31/2007 11:46 PM
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I wonder if he'll have to pay taxes now.
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I wonder if he'll have to pay taxes now.
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I wonder if he'll have to pay taxes now.
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is that you underground dude? have not seen you around in a week or so, hell, after cavemen, you are the expert at this, i think you should sell tours to GLP members!
i know i would pay to see, or,, work for my visit

babe in a bunker meets underground dude,,,,, hmmmmmmmm
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Is he hot?
Well it seems so real I can see it
And it seems so real I can feel it
And it seems so real I can taste it
And it seems so real I can hear it
So why can't I touch it?
So why can't I touch it?


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Shadow Dancer

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06/01/2007 12:16 AM
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bump for innovation


bump for thinking outside the rigid box
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Unkka Karbunkka
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06/01/2007 12:49 AM
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My yard is going for the 'post-apocalyptic' motif...

My favorite living space was a 1 room studio. I shared a common bathroom with the room adjacent. Easy to clean, and impossible to aquire too much stuff 'cause there simply wasn't enough room for it! Now I own a small house and am constantly fighting the junk monster. Doesn't help that my hobby and job is muscle car restoration...big toys. Shoulda got into coin collecting...
Anonymous Coward
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06/01/2007 12:52 AM
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Coward paranoiac.
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admit it, you're envious & your ego couldn't possibly ever allow you to enjoy the simplicity or freedom this man enjoys.
mj-13

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06/01/2007 12:54 AM
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This guy must be a follower of zetatalk.

Associated Press

BUFFALO, N.Y. A city fire investigator says he found a man living in a well-equipped underground bunker.

James O'Neill, an investigator with the city fire marshal's office, said the man, a 47-year-old veteran, uses car batteries to light the 16-by-20-foot space, which is six feet underground. He cooks food in a hot pot.

The man said the bunker took two years to dig, O'Neill said.

The walls are covered with insulation and plastic tarps and the ceiling is made of wood and roofing material, said O'Neill, who discovered the home over the weekend while investigating a nearby fire. The man sleeps on a foam bed, O'Neill said.

"Some people would call him homeless, but he's a clean, well-spoken guy. When I spoke to him, he was reading a novel by Joseph Wambaugh," O'Neill told The Buffalo News.

The fire investigator declined to give the man's name or say where the bunker is located to protect the man's privacy. He said the man earns money doing occasional odd jobs.

"It's not the Marriott hotel by any means, but this man has made it comfortable down there," O'Neill said.

The man said he has been living in the bunker for about six years.

"He told me it's a peaceful and tranquil place to live," O'Neill said.

[link to www.chron.com]
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Hopefully the radon levels are low.
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06/01/2007 12:58 AM
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Maybe, he was reading "The Choir Boys". He certainly isn't claustrophobic.
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06/01/2007 01:01 AM

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Re: Man found living in underground bunker home in Buffalo
My apartment is 20 x 20, I've been here so long, five years, that it is starting to seem quite spacious. I like living up off the ground though, a couple of stories up, because I get creeped out by bugs in the house, I don't think you could avoid a bug problem in an underground house? All houses in Minnesota where I'm originally from have basements, and they are all full of spiders and sowbugs and centipedes, etc.

However this guy deserves a lot of credit for his ingenuity and bravery to live like that. I hope no one disturbs him.





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