Personally, we'd like to stay as far away from Dick Cheney's "secret bunker" as possible, but thanks to Time, anyone with "basic geographical maps" and the inclination to can drop in. Just don't sneak up too fast -- wouldn't want to surprise him.
Drudge reports ("reports"?) that the WH is upset about Time letting the bunker out of the bag: "TIME magazine would have revealed secret the location of Anne Frank, if they knew it." It's a great analogy, because Cheney has also been in hiding from the Nazis -- the "energy policy Nazis," he calls them -- and he's been keeping a diary. Of course, instead of containing things like, "I still believe, in spite of everything, that people are truly good at heart," it's just a collection of Halliburton contracts and some doodles of Antonin Scalia shooting ducks.
We expect HarperCollins to be publishing it in October.