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The White House Listed On Real Estate Website 123

Posted by samzenpus
from the been-for-sale-for-years dept.
Forget visiting the White House, if you have $10 million you can own it. At least that is the price for the president's home on the real estate website Redfin. From the article: "Obviously this is an error. It looks like Redfin software pulled an example listing from the website Owners.com by mistake. That example listing was the White House. We have e-mailed Redfin for comment." I know it's historic but it still looks a bit on the high side according to the comparables in the area.

Comment: Re:I guess the only question is... (Score 4, Insightful) 350

by Discordantus (#30717970) Attached to: Pneumatic Tube Communication In Hospitals

(and no couriers available to fall back on)

Luckily, they have plenty of *general purpose* organic units to fall back on, which, while less efficient than the tube network, can quickly transport the physical objects. Just because no one has "courier" in their job description, doesn't mean there are no available couriers.

Comment: Re:Why should I care? (Score 2, Informative) 319

by Discordantus (#29546325) Attached to: Math Indicates Pollster Is Forging Results
It shouldn't (but probably will) be considered trolling to point out that the political section of their client list consists of the Republican Party, the Conservative Party (of England), The Department of Defense, the Whitehouse, and the State of California. That section hasn't changed in that last year, so I assume it's referring to not only the Republican governor of California, but also Dubbya's Whitehouse. Sounds like they get most, if not all, of their political business from conservative sources.

Comment: Re:the point (Score 5, Informative) 326

by Discordantus (#29165763) Attached to: Apple, Google, AT&T Respond To the FCC Over Google Voice

Apple charges me around $100 each year to upgrade my G4 Mac from 10.3 to 10.4 to 10.5, whereas Microsoft charged me *nothing* to upgrade from XP to XP-SP1 to SP2 to SP3

That is hardly true. Upgrades once a year? 10.3 had a 1.5 year lifespan, 10.4 lasted almost 2.5 years, and 10.5 is nearing it's 2 year mark as well. Plus, the soon-to-come upgrade to 10.6 is only 29 bucks. Also, Windows service packs are minor updates, mostly for bugfixes and consolidated security patches; Apple doesn't charge for these minor updates either. All the OS X point upgrades (10.3, 10.4, 10.5) were *major* upgrades, packed with new features.

Over the last seven years using Wintel OS has been free, where using Apple's OS has been costly.

In other words, over the last seven years, Windows has not released any new features. And you're ignoring Vista, which you apparently were not forced to upgrade to; Interestingly, you weren't forced to upgrade to 10.3, 10.4 or 10.5, either. You always have the option not to buy; if you don't think the feature set of a particular release is big enough, wait for the next one, and you get double the features for the same price.

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