Another home built to resist atomic detonation. For decades it was believed that this showed a family, relaxing in the bunker after the explosion - windows closed to keep out the sight of the horrir, false ferns on the wall to remind the children of foilage. A new theory believes that this takes place before the atomic ruination; the woman is showing the children pictures of some important lesson. The new theories revolve around the man, previously thought to be the father. He is sitting in the pink or lavender chair reserved for domestic homosexuals.

This theory has been strongly countered by othes, who note that he is reading National Geographic, a popular travel magazine known for indigenous bosoms.