Is there any other species ever that was able to kill ALL the other species on the planet?
And who did the wiping out AND the setting up?
We don't want it. We want Russia poor, isolated, and backward until they break.
They 'we' are inhumane assholes.
Call it the Seattle to Vladivostok run.
Get your fucking military out of half the world's countries.
Look at the numbers here:
A small number of people can affect large swaths of the economy of *multiple* countries.
No need for fancy aeroplanes.
A pack of C4 the size of a loaf of bread would do the job.
And strike less often.
What's the economic damage the Long Beach longshoremen strikes have done over the last decade (and possible the next decade) vs the cost of this bridge?
Um, with the next great ice age, it'll be a land bridge. No work at all, just wait.
Is there any other species ever that was in the kill ALL the other species on the planet?
Well, we're putting the planet's inhabitants extinct faster than any of those...
One could argue that 'natural' intelligence developed in humans is the worst thing to ever happen to the planet's inhabitants as a whole.
Heh, I'm definitely up for it. Starting bid seems fair, for the area. If it was in my CO neighborhood, it'd be worth 2.5x that, but location, location, location. If you're wanting to move forward, I'll send my contact info.
Buying land for the future good is always a great thing to do.
And I laughed at 'I have a liar on retainer'.
If I can pass that 'luck' along then all the better
I like this thought.
No, this is the one in NC. It's only an hour from the outer banks, if that temps you! I've been gone from there for 6 years. Only paid 2 months mortgages myself in that time, so it's a very rentable property. With about $250/month cash flow.
If I lived near it, I would keep it. But managing it from 2000 miles away while working a full time job + family is just too much.
I really want to sell so I can rent closer as I do realize that it's a good investment with good cash flow (if you want/need it). Appreciate the details you & experience.
That's a very nice apt complex. We just went to Maine a few weeks ago, Sebasco Harbor, and loved it.
Oh, I rent the second one. Because I have to, not because I want to. Couldn't sell it (even at 20% below purchase), had to move 2,000 miles away. Have up & down on renters who take care of it to varying degrees.
Want to buy it