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(Koldcast TV)   Everyone knows that shipping containers might be the next living space. But what's surprising is how good they can be made to look   (blog.koldcast.tv) divider line 3
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2012-09-27 07:50:24 PM  
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Dear beloved nitwits:

First you have to buy the land and get easement/access to it, plus water and electricity feeds.

Yes, stupid cat is stating the obvious.

Apologies for offense.
2012-09-27 04:04:46 PM  
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Grither: give me doughnuts: It's cheaper to make new ones than ship empty ones back to their origin point to re-use.

Uhhhh what? Are we only allowed to ship things one-way these days?


Oh, no, you can ship things both ways.

However, the amount of material by sheer volume that is being shipped from China to the US is far far greater than what is shipped from the US to China, by an incredible amount.

Maybe cause cheap toys and electronics have a decent amount of volume, while jobs and money can take considerably less so.

/ba-dum-ching
2012-09-27 01:31:35 PM  
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gopher321: Home is where you hang your hat poop most comfortably. I've lived in worse.


FTFY
 
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