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These are especially funny to me because where I grew up you could always end up living next to rednecks who owned their land for three generations and had cars on blocks, free range dogs, and deer strung up during hunting season. Yet since they owned their land you could complain all you want about property values and be out of luck.

Meanwhile adding equity to your house and renting the space to a recent college grad working for a non profit means that the whole neighborhood is now a war zone.

by Drumz on Jan 10, 2013 5:21 pm • linkreport

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