harlock: redsquid: Do any of these people have hobbies? If he's a contractor where are his tools? If your house is too small there's a diminishing return. There's no storage so there's no savings buying in bulk. You don't have room to store tools so you have to hire out for repairs and maintenance. Storage limitations also mean that items can't be stored for reuse or recycling. It may be great if you're a consumer with a passive home life, but for people with hobbies or home based businesses, it's a nightmare.Yep, basically the hipster life style. That's the one constant I've noticed between all these people, they don't DO things other than sit on their laptop drinking a mocha in their spare time. And a lot of them try to force that extreme minimalist urban lifestyle on everyone.
Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: archichris: I hope they have to pay to dump their poo. My water/sanitation bills are approaching $48,0000 per year on 120 units. If they are using some sort of free black water waste dump they are stealing from the rest of us.Ownership of a rev counter is theft from the people!I'm pretty sure the "plumbing" in that death trap is just a PVC pipe opening down onto the street.
CaptSacto: I live in 400 sqf with 3 cats.I expect there to be a follow-up to this story soon, and it won't be so cute.
Frantic Freddie: They're going to buy land in (most likely outside the city limits) Santa Fe? They'd better have deep pockets, that shiat's expensive. Not to mention they'll need water (there are places in this state where, no matter how deep you drill, there is NO water....but you still have to pay the driller), running power can cost up to $100k a mile, septics can run $50k+ if there's rock.
CujoQuarrel: So basically they built their own fifth wheel trailer instead of buying one
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