The tiny house movement goes underground in bomb shelters

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nuclear pool

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Duck and Cover

Sixty years ago there was a very big tiny house movement, complete with tours and booth babes. Everyone from the Federal Government to Frank Lloyd Wright promoted the idea of suburban development (Lower density = fewer casualties) and individual action, building fallout shelters in those suburban backyards. As the second amendment notes, "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State" needs to survive to be any use.

These days, it sometimes feels like a return to the cold war; perhaps underground tiny houses will be making a comeback. Then, the government promoted it with cartoons: