All in the Family featured the curmudgeonly Archie Bunker. Archie was television’s most famous grouch, blunt, blustering, straightforward and untouched by the PC crowd. He was the archetype of the conservative male. Michael desprately tried to reeducate him, but he persisted in his breviloquence.

Looking back at the last 40 years, we realize: ARCHIE WAS RIGHT!


Oh Yeah

And if you have to ask why, the answer is “America, that’s why.”

Bulletproof couch on display at Fort Worth hunting show
And you thought stubbing your toe on the corner of the couch hurts bad now. Introducing the CouchBunker, a fire-rated gun safe hidden inside a custom built couch. Oh but does it get better: every CouchBunker comes with a bullet proof cushions fit with carry straps, so that they can be used as shields.
The CouchBunker is the finest in lounge-centric security from the BedBunker company, which makes — surprise — safes that you can sleep on.
“If you break it down and remove the cushions, you notice it looks like a normal sofa. But open up the lid, and you have a concealed gun safe,” explained the company’s Brian Poitevent to KHOU.
“[The] CouchBunker … is available in a wide range of styles, leather and fabric coverings creating choices from game room casual to living room formal,” according to the product page. “Charles Alan Inc., a Ft. Worth contract furniture house, makes the couches, to order.”
I don't "need" it.  You don't "need" it either.  Man wouldn't if be cool to have a couple of them in the man cave? 


  1. I was thinking if you could build one yourself. If it actually looks like a couch a thief might not think to look there. It would be better than nothing anyway.

  2. Anonymous11:59 AM

    An armored backing would be handy if you had one of those homes in the ghetto that had random bullets entering on a regular basis. Otherwise, there are lots of cheaper and more practical armoring solutions. $9k will buy a lot of steel.

  3. This is the perfect gift for the prepper that has everything.