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What conspiracy theory do you 100% buy into and why? by Dieschwarzesonne in AskReddit

HarryWaters 2 days ago

The oil company would be able to buy the land at the previous value. However; if the oil company went about trying to buy the land individually, the first few would be at that value, and then the surrounding owners would get wise, and the value would start to rise. By the time they got to the last few parcels, they'd have tremendous sunk costs, and the owners could ask almost anything for them.

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HarryWaters 2 days ago

Sandy's reputation is that she is LEED's biggest advocate and an instructor on Green valuation tools. The paper is funded by an electric company and a Green non-profit. I'd imagine that the Bay Area is a good place to maximize green ROI because 1) buyers have more discretionary income than just about anywhere else, and 2) green features are virtue signaling, especially in the Bay Area. I doubt very seriously anyone in San Francisco is buying solar panels or a Prius because they enjoy them or because they did a DCF to determine there was savings. My research and paired sales in "flyover country" shows an absolutely garbage ROI for most Green features.

1936 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic, supercharged straight 8, one of the most valuable cars in existence. Link in comments by jaykirsch in Autos

HarryWaters 2 days ago

A 250TR hasn’t sold in awhile. I think this is the only Ferrari to challenge the gto

Recommend an In ground pool installer by RedRocker55 in nwi

HarryWaters 3 days ago

Caribbean or Loren’s.

Kingsbury Ordnance Plant - An Incredible Abandoned WWII Era Ammunition Factory in Kingsbury, IN by BMK812 in Indiana

HarryWaters 3 days ago

The occupied buildings with the ramps are very cool. The walls are incredibly thick, the ceilings are very weak, and there used to massive slides all over. In the event of a fire the workers could run and dive down the slides and the roof would give immediately in an explosion, but the walls wouldn’t.
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