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Jan 28 2015

Cubitat: 10-by-10-Foot Home

Rubbing elbows with other members of the global moonbat ruling class, Al Gore and Felipe Calderon recently hatched a plan to spend $90 trillion of other people’s money to force us to live more densely packed together so that we won’t need to offend the polar bears by driving cars. The Cubitat should fit their schemes nicely:

Those on a quest to rethink small-space living build tiny houses, install pop-up rentals on vacant lots, and design portable 10-square-foot microkitchens tucked inside armoires. Presented over the weekend at Toronto’s Interior Design Show, Cubitat is a 10-by-10-by-10-foot cube that houses a kitchen, bathroom, bed, laundry, and storage.

Presenting the Cubitat:

cubitat

Here’s a design project that might be even more suitable in the planned utopian world populated only by liberals:

habitrail

Or better still, this home comes complete with free government-provided healthcare:

prison cell

However, repeated experience during the 20th century indicates that utopian schemes are more likely to lead to even more space-efficient housing — in mass graves.

On a tip from Cargo Pilot.



44 Responses to “Cubitat: 10-by-10-Foot Home”

  1. Major Tom says:

    Good job designers but you forgot one crucial aspect to your cube…..It needs to be indoors and in a climate controlled area. Stupid morons.

  2. Major Tom says:

    Good job designers but you forgot one crucial aspect to your cube…..It needs to be indoors and in a climate controlled area. Stupid morons.

  3. Momster says:

    First of all–Al Gore wouldn’t fit in one of those habitrails–oops, I mean Cubitat.

    Second–a hamster, taking into consideration its body size, has more room in the habitrail hamster cage. If the hamster cage was the same proportion to the hamster’s body size as the cubitat is to a human’s body size, it would be considered animal cruelty to make it live in one. We wouldn’t do it to a rodent–therefore libtards feel it is great for a human.

    The description says that it would be good in a vacant lot, how appetizing. Great if you like sleeping under the stars.

    Also, imagine putting people in these cubey thiings inside, say, a hangar. Rape Central, if you ask me. Male on female or male on male…or both!

    Morons with much to much time on their hands. (Apologies to morons everywhere.)

  4. Momster says:

    First of all–Al Gore wouldn’t fit in one of those habitrails–oops, I mean Cubitat.

    Second–a hamster, taking into consideration its body size, has more room in the habitrail hamster cage. If the hamster cage was the same proportion to the hamster’s body size as the cubitat is to a human’s body size, it would be considered animal cruelty to make it live in one. We wouldn’t do it to a rodent–therefore libtards feel it is great for a human.

    The description says that it would be good in a vacant lot, how appetizing. Great if you like sleeping under the stars.

    Also, imagine putting people in these cubey thiings inside, say, a hangar. Rape Central, if you ask me. Male on female or male on male…or both!

    Morons with much to much time on their hands. (Apologies to morons everywhere.)

  5. Tchhht!!! says:

    Wow, that’s really cute. Buy one of those and build a house around it. SMAAAARRT! But if you live in Seattle you can rent one of these:
    http://apodment.com/

  6. Tchhht!!! says:

    Wow, that’s really cute. Buy one of those and build a house around it. SMAAAARRT! But if you live in Seattle you can rent one of these:
    http://apodment.com/

  7. TED says:

    http://i61.tinypic.com/aep4hs.jpg
    MOST of The LEFT spend MOST of their lives in a cube (spelled c e l l) so they want EVERYONE to.

  8. TED says:

    http://i61.tinypic.com/aep4hs.jpg
    MOST of The LEFT spend MOST of their lives in a cube (spelled c e l l) so they want EVERYONE to.

  9. TED says:

    Isn’t it AMAZING how the LEFT can miss the MOST OBVIOUS things, it’s a
    symptom of their illness. It’s called AGENDAVISION.

  10. TED says:

    Isn’t it AMAZING how the LEFT can miss the MOST OBVIOUS things, it’s a
    symptom of their illness. It’s called AGENDAVISION.

  11. Saxon Warrior says:

    Mmm… these places would be dream homes…..
    for burglars and arsonists.

  12. Saxon Warrior says:

    Mmm… these places would be dream homes…..
    for burglars and arsonists.

  13. MAS says:

    Their idea is to have a bunch of these inside a warehouse type building…that way we can all commune with each other all the time while holding hands and singing songs to glorify the Great Ruler. Even while taking a dump we can all be together. It is the weak spot in Marxist theology that we are all evolving into perfect little scientific socialists when, in fact, we are actually totally depraved sinners devolving into something much worse.

  14. MAS says:

    Their idea is to have a bunch of these inside a warehouse type building…that way we can all commune with each other all the time while holding hands and singing songs to glorify the Great Ruler. Even while taking a dump we can all be together. It is the weak spot in Marxist theology that we are all evolving into perfect little scientific socialists when, in fact, we are actually totally depraved sinners devolving into something much worse.

  15. MAS says:

    One must think critically to observe honestly. The libtards are products of government schools that drink the koolaid without question. Heck they even volunteer to buy and live in tiny homes…dolts.

  16. MAS says:

    One must think critically to observe honestly. The libtards are products of government schools that drink the koolaid without question. Heck they even volunteer to buy and live in tiny homes…dolts.

  17. Major Tom says:

    Oh lovely. The collective stink of a hippie commune.

  18. Major Tom says:

    Oh lovely. The collective stink of a hippie commune.

  19. TED says:

    And cars (death traps)! I always think of the picture of one under the back end of a semi…

  20. TED says:

    And cars (death traps)! I always think of the picture of one under the back end of a semi…

  21. SineWaveII says:

    If most Americans lived in one of those China’s economy would collapse. If we lived like that we wouldn’t have any room for anything. And without room there would be no reason to buy anything. And if Americans stop buying things China is pretty much done for. This kind of thinking is what has left Russia in the sad state they are in today.

  22. SineWaveII says:

    If most Americans lived in one of those China’s economy would collapse. If we lived like that we wouldn’t have any room for anything. And without room there would be no reason to buy anything. And if Americans stop buying things China is pretty much done for. This kind of thinking is what has left Russia in the sad state they are in today.

  23. Momster says:

    I can hardly wait for the drum circles! And the joys of public poopery.

  24. Momster says:

    I can hardly wait for the drum circles! And the joys of public poopery.

  25. MannieP says:

    They may be billing this as a 100 SF “residence,” but it has to fit inside a box about 20′ x 20′ = 400 SF. That’s a pretty inefficient use of space.

    It’s not too long ago, we lived in houses and cabins of that size, and raised six kids in them, but they were more efficiently laid out. Even today, 600 SF houses are out there, and I have seen 500 SF.

    This is a yawner.

  26. Cameraman says:

    When Its closed up it looks like that Big ass Thing In Mecca, that the Mooslimes Pray to…

  27. Cameraman says:

    When Its closed up it looks like that Big ass Thing In Mecca, that the Mooslimes Pray to…

  28. Jodie says:

    Like MAS commented:

    “Their idea is to have a bunch of these inside a warehouse type
    building…that way we can all commune with each other all the time
    while holding hands and singing songs to glorify the Great Ruler.”

    It really sounds like a great idea to me. They should try this out in the suburbs of Detroit and have cameras on the people 24 hours a day for the rest of us to watch. What fun! (wink, wink)

  29. Jodie says:

    Like MAS commented:

    “Their idea is to have a bunch of these inside a warehouse type
    building…that way we can all commune with each other all the time
    while holding hands and singing songs to glorify the Great Ruler.”

    It really sounds like a great idea to me. They should try this out in the suburbs of Detroit and have cameras on the people 24 hours a day for the rest of us to watch. What fun! (wink, wink)

  30. rex freeway says:

    The last one(with government health care) is where all these kooks belong.

  31. rex freeway says:

    The last one(with government health care) is where all these kooks belong.

  32. AlanOne7 says:

    For the umpteenth time, there are no “vacant lots” anywhere. Even if you buy one of these micro-houses – and go through the trouble of assembling it – you need to put it someplace. You can’t park it on the street, and setting up shop on a “vacant lot” is trespassing and illegal squatting. You can park it in the woods for a week or so, but not forever, and where would you get water and electricity?

    That said, I’m all for environmentalists living in their cars if they care so much about their carbon footprint. Just be aware that houses never appreciate, only LAND does, and after two years of living like a gerbil you’ll find your trailer / micro-house has depreciated to nothing and will wind up in a landfill, maybe a mile or so from the factory that built the thing, while the person who sold it to you is counting his money inside his 3000-square foot brick house.

    Hmmm, I live in a county that voted for Obama. Maybe I should start selling these as a sideline …

  33. AlanOne7 says:

    For the umpteenth time, there are no “vacant lots” anywhere. Even if you buy one of these micro-houses – and go through the trouble of assembling it – you need to put it someplace. You can’t park it on the street, and setting up shop on a “vacant lot” is trespassing and illegal squatting. You can park it in the woods for a week or so, but not forever, and where would you get water and electricity?

    That said, I’m all for environmentalists living in their cars if they care so much about their carbon footprint. Just be aware that houses never appreciate, only LAND does, and after two years of living like a gerbil you’ll find your trailer / micro-house has depreciated to nothing and will wind up in a landfill, maybe a mile or so from the factory that built the thing, while the person who sold it to you is counting his money inside his 3000-square foot brick house.

    Hmmm, I live in a county that voted for Obama. Maybe I should start selling these as a sideline …

  34. Star says:

    Where do you get privacy to poop? Hey honey, don’t come around the corner!

  35. Star says:

    Where do you get privacy to poop? Hey honey, don’t come around the corner!

  36. Bodhisattva says:

    You know, I was thinking (before I could read the entire piece above due to it running off the visible page) that the ideal place for liberals is in a pine box, roughly six feet by three feet by three feet (or whatever the simplest, greenest coffin size is).

    As mentioned, when socialists who call themselves liberal and progressive get power it usually leads to mass killings so that’s where they tend to wind up anyway. Why not save us the trouble (and the risk of joining them) and take immediate, final, fatal action to zero their carbon footprint?

    You know Gore and Calderone aren’t considering living in one of these. They just expect everyone else to do so.

  37. Bodhisattva says:

    You know, I was thinking (before I could read the entire piece above due to it running off the visible page) that the ideal place for liberals is in a pine box, roughly six feet by three feet by three feet (or whatever the simplest, greenest coffin size is).

    As mentioned, when socialists who call themselves liberal and progressive get power it usually leads to mass killings so that’s where they tend to wind up anyway. Why not save us the trouble (and the risk of joining them) and take immediate, final, fatal action to zero their carbon footprint?

    You know Gore and Calderone aren’t considering living in one of these. They just expect everyone else to do so.

  38. Bodhisattva says:

    Good point – while there may be some exceptions somewhere (I’ve never seen one, and lived on or visited multiple continents) the land appreciates, the improvements (if you don’t constantly sink money into them) depreciate.

    One secret to why the poor remain poor is they never see fit to invest in any land of their own – always content to make someone else rich by paying rent. I figured that out before I was out of grade school and was already scheming on how I could start acquiring properties in a real life Monopoly fashion.

  39. Bodhisattva says:

    Good point – while there may be some exceptions somewhere (I’ve never seen one, and lived on or visited multiple continents) the land appreciates, the improvements (if you don’t constantly sink money into them) depreciate.

    One secret to why the poor remain poor is they never see fit to invest in any land of their own – always content to make someone else rich by paying rent. I figured that out before I was out of grade school and was already scheming on how I could start acquiring properties in a real life Monopoly fashion.

  40. Bodhisattva says:

    I bet I could do better than this in a much more sensible way. Of course the kitchen and bathroom sink would probably be one and the same, etc.

  41. Bodhisattva says:

    I bet I could do better than this in a much more sensible way. Of course the kitchen and bathroom sink would probably be one and the same, etc.


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