Timelapse Of Six Robotic Vacuums Cleaning A Man's Airplane Hangar Man Cave

October 9, 2017

This is a short timelapse video of six different robotic vacuums simultaneously cleaning Youtuber CirrusPilot's airplane hangar man cave. They look like little bugs scurrying around. Why anybody would own six robotic vacuums is beyond me, but I guess if you have enough money for an airplane hangar man cave, you have enough money for $2,000 worth of robotic vacuums. Of course for $2,000 I'd come clean that hangar every week with my roommate's toothbrush. Topless. Bottomless for an extra $20 and a smile.

Keep going for the video. One repeatedly tries to hump his leg at 0:26, a service I could also provide.

Thanks to Dougie, who cleans his man cave the easy way: not having one. :(

  • paperboy

    Stupid me has my man cave in my mom's basement.

  • Hazakabammer

    Yeah but your mancave also doubles as your bedroom and living area, so who's the smart one, really?

  • paperboy

    Dude, what? Clearly the guy with the airplane and hangar-mancave is the smarter one.

  • Hazakabammer

    I disagree, a hangar is difficult to keep heated. It's a nice idea, but in reality it fails, sleeping there would suck. A small living space like a basement is much better. Low cost to heat, already somewhat disaster proof (not so much from flooding, but if you stuck a pump or two down there with a generator, it'd work itself out.)

    Just because this guy has more stuff than you doesn't make him smarter- it's logic like that, that probably equates to your perceived state of poverty.

    The number one reason poor people remain poor, is they list liabilities as assets. Homes, Cars, Planes, any electronic items, these are depreciating assets, to cover for depreciating value, you have to make the money somewhere else. If you aren't making that money anywhere else, you should focus on acquiring assets. Assets go up in value or produce value, like antiques or apple trees that produce apples to sell, whilst liabilities are things that lose value (you buy it, then it will always sell for less, 2nd hand cars, tvs, old homes) and inevitably only subtract from your current wealth.

    Did you know that over 70% of lottery winners go broke or even bankrupt? Because they buy the huge house with it's invisible maintenance costs. They buy that huge yacht and plane and can't afford to maintain it and pay the ongoing fuel costs. They spend all their money on depreciating assets thinking "more stuff is better!"

    This guy most likely made some type of fuck up on that level and the reason he lives in a hangar is probably because he had to sell off his mansion and nice cars, he's probably just as broke as you, the difference is, he has money that's probably doing work for him as passive income, like he owns a farm but rents it out to a farmer who pays him 25% of whatever the farmer makes selling off the produce. He may even have several farms, hotels, cafes, stores.

    Being wealthy is about your mentality. Not about how much stuff you have. Is there a house in your neighbourhood that grows apples every year, but the owner doesn't harvest them? Ask the owner if you can buy next years crop of apples from the tree for $20, then sell the apples somewhere, like a organic food/hippie-type store that likes to source their products locally, free from pesticides and shit.

    There are two types of people in the end. Producers and consumers.
    You seem to be a consumer.

  • Putting more and more maids outta work ;(

  • Hazakabammer

    But the guy still needs his dick sucked and toilet cleaned (unless he has a jap toilet), what are you talking about?

  • Deplorable Erik Dee

    This dude has money ... but is being smart about it. He lives in his hangar so no mortgage. I wonder how the utilities are figured. I don't think he can get any kind of renters insurance so it would have to be a rider on his airplane ins. that covers his personal possessions. Wonder how this affects his dating life...

  • Hazakabammer

    I don't see a bed, do you? This is his man-cave, he probably rents out the hangar and as an aside runs all his shit off of a generator, it's his space, he can technically put whatever he wants in there.

  • Deplorable Erik Dee

    It’s hard to see clearly. I thought 💭 in the corner is a section that could be a room. I’m making some assumptions / I’m not the first guy who has thought to live in a rented wharehouse.

  • Dao

    Unrelated to this post: is anyone getting weird pop-ups when viewing Geekologie on an iPhone? I'm getting an annoying competition pop-up each time I come here now, and only on this site, and it is one that involves having to close Safari and re-load it.

    This is impacting on my adoration for Geekologie, which sucks because Geekologie is the ONLY site that I check every single day.

    Just wondering if it is just me that cops this.

  • Happens to me too. It's such toxic cancer I refuse to even try to visit Geekologie on a mobile device now.

    So lame.

  • DA FEWCHA!

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