Pocket Ninja: Great concept and great idea, but I can't see paying $50,000 for one of those things.It also seems like you'd run into some serious zoning issues trying to put up multiple single homes on single building plots. In most places, anyway.
Pocket Ninja: Great concept and great idea, but I can't see paying $50,000 for one of those things.
Icetech3: Ummm housing crisis? Houses right now are cheaper than they have been in like 20 years.. how is that a crisis?? you can buy 700k houses here for 200k now. I think this article has it backwards.. That being said, i never want a house that i have to chain its wheels together so it doesn't get driven away...
Kinetocracy: Families need not apply.
NannyStatePark: How do you have a normal sex life raising kids in one?
abhorrent1: You paid $50K for a farking shed you stupid hipsters.
betelgeux: NannyStatePark: How do you have a normal sex life raising kids in one?I get my hooker provided BJs in a van like everybody else. What do you do Mr. Fancypants?
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eKonk: It could be pretty cool (and even more of a "green" impact) to kind of combine a bunch of these into one building. Maybe even stack some on top of each other. Each unit could be inhabited separately from the others, but they could share common space (like the yard, hallways between the units) and they could share centralized heating and utilities.If only someone, somewhere, had ever thought of such a thing before...
WhippingBoy: Sticking feathers in your ass does not make you a chicken.Call it what you will, but if you live in one of these things, you're basically trailer trash.
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