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LA's elite are buying extravagant bunkers outfitted with hot tubs and bowling alleys

Luxurious safe houses and underground fortresses are in high demand among the city’s wealthiest residents With a high-stakes election right around the corner, the wealthy weirdos of Los Angeles are apparently growing very concerned about the prospect of the nation’s nuclear codes falling into the wrong (tiny) hands. As a result, demand for extravagant underground bunkers is reportedly through the roof.
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