Luxury Bunkers For The Apocalypse (Or Vacationing)
We already know that when the apocalypse finally happens, the coolest of the cool kids will be chillin' in New Zealand with Peter Thiel. But what about the rich who can't afford a spread in Middle-earth, or who simply prefer to ride out doomsday in the States? Are they supposed to endure the end of the world and the presence of ordinary people too?
Nope. Thanks to the Survival Condo Project, the wealthy won't have to die alongside the poors. Instead they'll ride out Armageddon in luxury bunkers full of rarefied, super-filtered air and every imaginable convenience, from a movie theater to (*gasp*) programmable bidets. If watching Paul Blart: Mall Cop for the 365th time with Kevin James isn't your thing, you can also chuckle at the deformed mutants on the surface through a live HD feed on your living room windows.
Survival CondoThe finished place will presumably look less like Sims graphics.
Located in a decommissioned missile silo somewhere outside Concordia, Kansas, the complex features 15 stories of doomsday swank. It's equipped with its own power system, hydroponic gardens, fish farm, rations, and "various firearms" for the special-forces-trained security team, in case zombies break in (or Mark Wahlberg gets too rowdy). While the nuclear holocaust wipes out the less fortunate, residents can visit the spa, library, gym, pool, video game arcade, golf simulator, and general store. You know, the essentials.
If you're ready to shell out between $1.5 million and $3 million for your very own survival condo, you're out of luck for now. The Kansas complex is sold out, but the developer has plans to pimp out other abandoned silos. Meanwhile, the existing survival condos aren't going to waste while their owners wait for the end of the world. They're being used for fun and unique family getaways! Several owners have already spent time in their (nuclear) winter homes, which turned out to be "better than Disney." Yeah, enjoy them before James and Wahlberg stink up the place.
Bulletproof, Air-Conditioned Tombs For Drug Lords
Leading a cartel is an incredibly lucrative profession, but what's the point of having all that money if you're dead by the time you're 30? You can't take it with you when you go, right? That might be true for normal people, but not for some of Mexico's dearly departed drug lords, who trying to do precisely that.