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(Daily Mail)   Decadence is having SEVEN kitchens in your house. Well that, and having an Olympic-sized swimming pool, 11 bathrooms, nine bedrooms and a movie theater   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 175
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2013-02-23 04:00:13 PM  

thamike: New money. No class.


I threw up just a bit when I saw the pictures.

Luckily I kept it down.

Bad taste in my mouth though.
 
2013-02-23 04:01:07 PM  
I'll take two.
 
2013-02-23 04:05:17 PM  

thamike: New money. No class.


I'll take the money, you can keep the class. And here's some hope and change! $0.02.
 
2013-02-23 04:18:28 PM  

p51d007: Big whoop....for those anti-money, jealous, envy types out there, just think of all the jobs that
went into building this, and the jobs to maintain/clean/upkeep this thing.


I want to build a 1,000,000,000 square foot house, with 35 pools and an international air port, and then tear it down, you envious little gnomes.

MWAHAHAHAHA
 
2013-02-23 04:22:32 PM  
It boasts more bathrooms than bedrooms - 11 to a respective nine

what?  you're PROUD of that??
 
2013-02-23 04:26:20 PM  
With seven kitchens you'd barely need to clean them

but then you'd have to set up a schedule to use each kitchen an equal amount??

sounds gay

i'd rather just live in my studio apartment
 
2013-02-23 04:26:58 PM  

bmihura: thamike: New money. No class.

I'll take the money, you can keep the class. And here's some hope and change! $0.02.


Why not have both?
 
2013-02-23 04:43:19 PM  
Someone with the money AND the class should buy it and bulldoze it to the ground for the lulz.
 
2013-02-23 04:52:10 PM  

Jon iz teh kewl: It boasts more bathrooms than bedrooms - 11 to a respective nine

what?  you're PROUD of that??


The "more bathrooms than bedrooms" is pretty common now as far as I can tell.  My in-laws, for example, have a three bedroom, 3.5 bath house: each bedroom has its own full bathroom, and there's a powder room near the formal living room for guests.
 
2013-02-23 05:13:24 PM  

indarwinsshadow: I'm just curious as to why the "hey they have more than me....they don't deserve it" attitudes of some farkers.


I don't think I've ever actually seen anybody espouse this view, ever.

It seems to be the go-to strawman for people who like talking about bootstrappiness.
 
2013-02-23 05:20:44 PM  

EngineerAU: Norfolking Chance: But then Atlanta isn't in the same class as London or New York

Only London and New York are in the same class as London and New York.


I'm pretty sure Paris and Tokyo would like to have a word.
 
2013-02-23 05:50:39 PM  

Magook: I can't help but think that giant bees are going to descend from the ceiling.


The ceiling reminds me of the TARDIS interior.
 
2013-02-23 06:40:37 PM  

FizixJunkee: Jon iz teh kewl: It boasts more bathrooms than bedrooms - 11 to a respective nine

what?  you're PROUD of that??

The "more bathrooms than bedrooms" is pretty common now as far as I can tell.  My in-laws, for example, have a three bedroom, 3.5 bath house: each bedroom has its own full bathroom, and there's a powder room near the formal living room for guests.


POWDER room?  do THAT many people do cocaine nowadays???
 
2013-02-23 07:13:44 PM  

Tom_Slick: The problem with Decatur is Dekalb County Schools they are about to lose their state accreditation so unless you are willing to look at private schools Decatur is out


The problem with people who live OTP is that they're incredibly ignorant about anything outside of their little corner of the world. But they're sure they're right because all the other folks at their bbq say and think the exact same way.

The CITY OF DECATUR has its own independent school system. The Dekalb school system has nothing to do with the Decatur school system. The Decatur public school system is highly rated and your kids don't have to attend school with the kids of ignorant suburbanites.

http://www.decaturga.com/index.aspx?page=106

If you're thinking of moving to metro Atlanta, don't take advice from people like Tom Slick. They're poorly informed on just about everything except the latest faux-rage from the local tv news and talk radio.
 
2013-02-23 07:18:02 PM  
Yankees in Georgia!  Who let them in?
 
2013-02-23 07:42:10 PM  

JerkyMeat: [cdn.gamerant.com image 800x517]


That looks like Robespierre's handy work to me. French Revolution my ass. It's more like The Reign of Terror.
 
2013-02-23 08:55:26 PM  
Three steps to get in and out of a bathtub seems like a very bad idea to me.

Watch the movie "the Queen of Versailles" to see what life is REALLY like for people who live in a house like this.
 
2013-02-23 09:23:56 PM  

Orbitey: Three steps to get in and out of a bathtub seems like a very bad idea to me.

Watch the movie "the Queen of Versailles" to see what life is REALLY like for people who live in a house like this.


i thought it was like LOST but without all the whispering
 
2013-02-23 10:26:19 PM  

EngineerAU: Tom_Slick: The problem with Decatur is Dekalb County Schools they are about to lose their state accreditation so unless you are willing to look at private schools Decatur is out

The problem with people who live OTP is that they're incredibly ignorant about anything outside of their little corner of the world. But they're sure they're right because all the other folks at their bbq say and think the exact same way.

The CITY OF DECATUR has its own independent school system. The Dekalb school system has nothing to do with the Decatur school system. The Decatur public school system is highly rated and your kids don't have to attend school with the kids of ignorant suburbanites.

http://www.decaturga.com/index.aspx?page=106

If you're thinking of moving to metro Atlanta, don't take advice from people like Tom Slick. They're poorly informed on just about everything except the latest faux-rage from the local tv news and talk radio.


Thanks for the info!
 
2013-02-23 11:43:16 PM  

FizixJunkee: Jon iz teh kewl: It boasts more bathrooms than bedrooms - 11 to a respective nine

what?  you're PROUD of that??

The "more bathrooms than bedrooms" is pretty common now as far as I can tell.  My in-laws, for example, have a three bedroom, 3.5 bath house: each bedroom has its own full bathroom, and there's a powder room near the formal living room for guests.


Yeah of all the article that was the least over the top part.  One per bedroom, one for the gym, maybe one at the pool, plus powder rooms.  Maybe its just my family (TMI), but I  like having more bathrooms than residents.
I have see this house on one of those HGTV shows. they said the owner designed it himself.  I would think that it shows. The weirdest part to me is the pool area.  I like the pool, but the two staircases leading down to that level are way too big, or the space they are going into is too small. The scale is just off.
 
kab
2013-02-24 01:31:56 AM  
For that sort of coin, I'd hope for a house that felt more like a home.  Because this fails miserably.
 
2013-02-24 07:25:00 AM  

balancing act: FizixJunkee: Jon iz teh kewl: It boasts more bathrooms than bedrooms - 11 to a respective nine

what?  you're PROUD of that??

The "more bathrooms than bedrooms" is pretty common now as far as I can tell.  My in-laws, for example, have a three bedroom, 3.5 bath house: each bedroom has its own full bathroom, and there's a powder room near the formal living room for guests.

Yeah of all the article that was the least over the top part.  One per bedroom, one for the gym, maybe one at the pool, plus powder rooms.  Maybe its just my family (TMI), but I  like having more bathrooms than residents.
I have see this house on one of those HGTV shows. they said the owner designed it himself.  I would think that it shows. The weirdest part to me is the pool area.  I like the pool, but the two staircases leading down to that level are way too big, or the space they are going into is too small. The scale is just off.


how much MONEY do you have?  like a BILLION $??
 
2013-02-24 10:56:46 AM  

Jon iz teh kewl: how much MONEY do you have? like a BILLION $??


I lived in a $1,500/month apartment in West L.A. that had 2 bedrooms, 2.5 baths.  Top floor, massive bay window and living room length balcony with roof access. It felt like a f*cking palace. I was netting less than $30K.
 
2013-02-24 11:43:42 AM  
i live in a $625 studio apartment in FL.  IT feels like a palace.  bigger than the 1 bedrooms they were offering.

possibly cause i was on crack
 
2013-02-24 06:04:29 PM  
balancing act:
I have see this house on one of those HGTV shows. they said the owner designed it himself.  I would think that it shows. The weirdest part to me is the pool area.  I like the pool, but the two staircases leading down to that level are way too big, or the space they are going into is too small. The scale is just off.

I've worked in a high-end residential Architecture firm before changing markets, and it was a constant struggle against clients like this. Usually, the husband who made millions doing "X" also means he knows how to do Y, Z, A, B, and C expertly as well. You know, because they know better!  And no the other side of the coin is the kept house wide who spends most of her time reading Arch Digest and Dwell, so they are designers too, of course.

Its was always better working on the clients with $500,000 budget than the ones with $10 million. Usually those clients are a bit more understanding that different people have different areas of expertise, and thats why they came to a professional in the first place. The 10M clients are usually the ones who only came in because "the town said i needed someone to stamp the drawings, so how much would you charge for that? Don't worry, i can come up with the ideas, and my 15 year old son, who is good on the computer, can draw them for me."
 
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