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Old 11-25-2005, 07:06 AM   #21
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3600ft is a very large townhouse. We have 2000 in the current Townhome we are renting and the 2 of us swim in it.

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We have around 1000 SF at both places. Plenty of room (too much?).
Seriously, the only time the space is ever a problem is when we
are cooped up together for too long (too much togetherness).
Before I moved here, my bachelor pad was about 600 SF. That was
plenty also, but I did have a big deck and a garage.

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Re: DOWNSIZING>>>>TO RETIREMENT!
Old 11-25-2005, 03:29 PM   #22
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Maybe not "gray" but a little bit gay, IHMO.* Assume this is due to
the left of center leanings there.

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I don't get it. Are you saying that people who are more liberal than you are probably homosexuals?
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I don't get it.* Are you saying that people who are more liberal than you are probably homosexuals?* *
Nope. I am saying that liberals can more easily accommodate
homosexuality, and that my personal experience in Minneapolis/SP
seems to indicate it is the San Francisco of the frozen north.
This is only my impression. I have absolutely no data to back it up.

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Nope.* I am saying that liberals can more easily accommodate
homosexuality, and that my personal experience in Minneapolis/SP
seems to indicate it is the San Francisco of the frozen north.
This is only my impression.* I have absolutely no data to back it up.

JG
It seems to me that the right to bugger associate freely with whomever you want would be the quintessential conservative POV...

But I digress! :P

I have 1650sf. The bathrooms are small, as is the kitchen, so if they were a bit larger, I wouldn't complain. What I need is a bigger garage, for my woodworking shop, and one more bedroom, for an exercise room. My son is in one BR, and my guitars and home studio in the other...

Overall, though, plenty of space, and a max $200 AC bill in Jul/Aug...

And $875mo for mort, proptax, and HO ins payment.
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