Wired discusses a bouncy house for the apocalypse:
SAN FRANCISCO — In tough circumstances, sometimes all you need is hope, but other times you need a blow-up survival shelter featuring a bed, a couch, freeze-dried food, a 50-gallon water bladder, a first-aid kit, a radio and a cookstove.
And the latter is exactly what the “Life Cube” from startup Inflatable World is designed to provide. Packaged into a four-foot-tall cube, it inflates into a 12-foot-tall structure built from the same thick plastic as a bouncy house.
So come the Copper Lips, this looks like a nifty thing to have by the door. Along with all the vitamin D and wine…
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That does look like it could come in handy. People in CA might just want to keep it in the back of a pickup in case of fire…>>Your link is a little messed up.
Don’t come knockin’ if the house is bouncin’ :)
jennifer, thanks for pointing out the busted link.>>evecho, :)
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