“Because it’s not enough for the mountain’s welded-metal buildings to sit on springs that can take a nuclear or earthquake hit, which they do, or for its pipes to be bendy, which they are. It’s not enough for the managers to know they have 6 million gallons of water stored in pools carved right out of the rock, or 510,000 gallons of diesel. They have to know the humans can do their jobs—best of times, worst of times, regardless of how sad or scared they are.” From Wired: A Rare Journey Into the Cheyenne Mountain Complex, a Super-Bunker That Can Survive Anything. (An impenetrable bunker, deep underground, with no access by outsiders, and excellent cable and WiFi. This place sounds like the AirBNB of my dreams…)