Per the clip that appeared Monday on YouTube:
Dave is a creative writer who lives inside the iconic Astor Place Cube in New York City. The cube's 8X8 panels add up to 64 square feet which adds up to 512 cubic feet. For Dave, who is 5'8", that is plenty of space to move around, write, cook, sleep, work out and even play guitar. Dave uses a bicycle generator to power up the lights and a handful of electronic gadgets.
Cute enough, though it's not for real... per Business Insider:
The video appears to be an elaborate advertisement for WHIL, a company that promotes meditation in the business community, started by Lululemon Athletica founder Chip Wilson and his wife Shannon (a logo for WHIL appears at the end of the video.)
propaganda for Agenda 21
Oh NYC is there no end to your mysteries?
Thanks a lot for posting this. Now the real estate developers are salivating over this prospect. This will soon in the marker for $1.35 million...a month.
Very well executed and convincing. Even though it's a fake, the mock-up cube interior is pretty impressive.
Really?! That damn cube has a tenant?!
51 Astor, it's a JOKE.
...still better than any of Ben Shoul's apartments and it free of NYU bRATS.
Oh, and 60 seconds to meditate? I don't think so.
The founder of Lululemon is a complete lunatic. Look at what happened to this Business Insider article that tried to expose his ties to the loopy "Landmark Forum" cult, an offshoot of EST:
Seriously, if this guy is involved, run the other way fast.
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