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-- -- The rich spending more money a lot of money on home security protecting their home -- from intruders but natural and man -- disasters as well.
-- bring in Canada's Jackson from the Wall Street Journal's mansion report to -- if you don't read it you should.
The mansion report comes out every Friday its -- a big special section.
And Candice writes for it to my rights you write for it matter if it's a special section that and a weekly faction on real love of art it's on you're not.
-- -- One of the of the rich people what are they doing to protect themselves.
What this is one of the most interesting things happening at home building and nobody really knows about it -- talks about it which is sort of the point.
And people are spending millions of dollars to secure their homes so essentially you've got some very wealthy people.
Court building basically bunker style homes.
Homes that could withstand anything from a nuclear bomb to a dirty bomb to get hurt this category five hurricane whole house is essentially a refuge in some case funds yes.
And other cases they're building a normal house and then a bunker below ground that might be 101000 square feet where they -- escape and it isn't -- -- yeah that is gigantic.
Very huge very comfortably outfitted to -- now.
And -- So in some very extreme examples are actually -- spas in movie theaters down there it's not just kind of bottled water in spam it's.
You know comfort of people -- he wanted to be -- a wealthy people that it's afraid.
Terrorists on natural disasters all earthquake.
Excellent anti Obama that we got -- everybody dogmatic that maybe a thousand years storm every year or you know I mean that's I'm not -- afraid all you know you can bring but I do but I do have to spend a water my garage.
You know why do you want to expand in the water -- yeah treatment winner what's figure they're building this so and a lot of.
Cases wealthy people as you know have multiple homes and the -- -- outfit sort of the most bunker like will be the one they have in the middle of the country so maybe it's there.
-- house or they have a house in the Dakotas or somewhere.
Inland where they see is it possible -- Tom -- because you are talking about some very wealthy people yes I'm talking -- extreme and now bring it down to us yes ordinary Americans up on -- in the -- of classified and that people with a lot less money -- Matt -- and doing something similar.
I'm smaller scale yes I think people are just more aware these days about.
Storms and terrorism -- all that -- -- building it just looked at Charles Payne.
-- I don't know if not because there's that some network is running.
This stuff every every day now word people are afraid and importing things and his -- -- -- -- -- your kids learning how to shoot.
What TV a CTV video my wife watches this network and it's amazing regular ordinary people they're ready for Armageddon.
-- what we're all talking about is this -- in America of disaster.
And apparently it's really problem I don't feel quite frankly I'm you know I'm not that.
I do have a very expensive -- that's all God's will that is very common and now that's become basically standard for everybody to have a generator which is a great idea because we are having you know increased -- -- power outages and storms and things like that that's a pretty common sense thing to have.
Well it is becoming more common by the -- -- generator I think the storm proofing is something that everybody thinking about whether you're in the middle of the country thinking about tornadoes -- on the coast thinking about hurricanes and you know people are really rethinking windows and walls and even if they don't live in South Florida building to Florida hurricane code.
And other parts because -- Global warmest that terrified as old enough terrified evidence -- -- terrific stuff fund and we love your column in the Wall Street -- -- -- Thank you some of those aspiring mansion and is actually read fast.
Got to thank you very much indeed --
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