Coming July 12th, from Dickey's recent comeback...
Rose River Bear:
Looking forward to that. Thanks for the heads up.
Yer welcome there Frank. I'd like to see it, but I'm on a hiatus from spending. Interest rate on the card about to go up, followed by yet another rent increase.
Rose River Bear:
That stinks. :shake:
Moved last October, to get away from the gentrification, and increasing crime. 25 miles was far enough for a drastic reduction in both population, and crime, but increasing property values are becoming inescapable here. My new townhouse complex (8 units), was sold two months after I moved in. Next lease is a 39% increase ( $300 mo. increase ) from the old place, one year ago. Tennessee has NO caps on what landlords can charge. But, my son plans to move us to Texas around October, 2020. Hopefully buy a house, where I can live out my days rent free, and surrounded by dogs. Good to have a dream.
So purchases these days have to be really Special, like...Tuscaloosa vinyl, should be here in the morning.
Of course not. He's an ignorant, dim-witted, belligerent asshole.
1. the buying and renovation of houses and stores in deteriorated urban neighborhoods by upper- or middle-income families or individuals, raising property values but often displacing low-income families and small businesses.
2. the process of conforming to an upper- or middle-class lifestyle, or of making a product, activity, etc., appealing to those with more affluent tastes
He means the opposite, as in "commonisation" (commonization) -- to depreciate the importance of or make ordinary.
But thinking about it objectively, it is fitting he moved from the neighborhood being gentrified to other, likely more common surroundings- Like a trailer park.
"Don't get me wrong, I'm one of them there millionaires, bucko, and I could buy anything I wanted..." - S.H. 10/22/16
Post by respiratoryproblems on Jun 6, 2019 15:40:44 GMT
Myke really is a fucking idiot isn't he?
He also seems *obsessed* not just with retirement but with his impending demise. I don't get it; if I ever get the luxury of retirement, I'm not going to spend my remaining two or three decades informing every stranger that I encounter that today is one day fewer on Earth for me, and shuffling up to the turntable in between naps, but that seems to be his life.
So, after retiring from a government job, MYKE has to depend on his son to buy the house? Holy shit. CHRYS is footing bills and caring for dad and all he gets in return is a dumpster's worth of rekkids.
"The king is gone but he's not forgotten. This is the story of Stevie Hoffman"