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(Geekosystem)   Man uses legal loophole to buy a $300,000 Texas home for $16. Difficulty: Home is in Texas   (geekosystem.com) divider line 8
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2014-05-13 01:47:34 PM
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Rawhead Rex: If I lived next to him or close enough to fire BB's through his windows at obscure hours of the night...
I WOULD!

If I paid for my house, you pay for yours...
That's the proper method for obtaining a home, after all...or inheriting it...
Either way, someone's paying for something.

This shiat? No...
Not unless you want torment in the form of whatever I choose to dole out.


I disagree, if someone abandons a property and no one wants to claim it then someone should be able to take possession of it and hopefully maintain/improve the property.

It is better for the community than this:

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2014-05-13 01:45:36 PM
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Thunderpipes: If you want a good paying job, low taxes, and lots to do, TX is the place. But by all means, liberals, stay in NJ, JY, CA and VT.


Having lived in the shiat hole known as Texas: You can keep it. I even avoid taking contracts in that godforsaken place.
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2014-05-13 11:31:05 AM
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2014-05-13 01:54:28 PM
1 votes:

Rawhead Rex: If I lived next to him or close enough to fire BB's through his windows at obscure hours of the night...
I WOULD!

If I paid for my house, you pay for yours...
That's the proper method for obtaining a home, after all...or inheriting it...
Either way, someone's paying for something.

This shiat? No...
Not unless you want torment in the form of whatever I choose to dole out.


So, because the man followed the letter of the law in every way you would vandalize the property he has yet to acquire in order to dissuade him from following through with his plan?

So, to keep someone who genuinely wants to own the property and presumably pay the taxes and upkeep on it, you would destroy its value which would effectively keep anyone from wanting to own it?

You broke all the toys in Kindergarten to keep the other kids from playing with them, didn't you?  Sociopath...
2014-05-13 01:53:46 PM
1 votes:

ZAZ: Friday, July 22nd 2011 at 11:13 am

He was evicted in 2012.

http://blogs.dallasobserver.com/unfairpark/2012/02/ken_robinson_says _h es_leaving.php


"If they are the true owners, then you're supposed to give it up anyway," Robinson says. Bank of America produced a deed proving ownership at this morning's hearing, according to  The Dallas Morning News, and Robinson tells Unfair Park he will not appeal because he doesn't feel that the law is on his side.


so DUH

why did this article get a green light ???
LOL
2014-05-13 01:51:46 PM
1 votes:

inglixthemad: Thunderpipes: If you want a good paying job, low taxes, and lots to do, TX is the place. But by all means, liberals, stay in NJ, JY, CA and VT.

Having lived in the shiat hole known as Texas: You can keep it. I even avoid taking contracts in that godforsaken place.


Will be funny when they control the country. They actually like their country, and attract business. Such crazy concepts to liberals.
2014-05-13 01:49:16 PM
1 votes:
I'm guessing the guy is black because if he were a rich white guy the neighbors would have made him their King for being so smart and resourceful.
2014-05-13 01:40:50 PM
1 votes:
If you want a good paying job, low taxes, and lots to do, TX is the place. But by all means, liberals, stay in NJ, JY, CA and VT.
 
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