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  1. Peu importe où l'on se trouve sur la planète, je pense qu'on pourra toujours se consoler en regardant Détroit..... http://ca.news.yahoo.com/blogs/sideshow/mother-six-trades-98k-house-used-minivan-152424777.html
  2. i have no idea why i thought of this. you know those armoured car dudes, with all the money. it is interesting how they can carry guns to try and protect themselves and the money. yet normal fucking citizens can't really own a gun for self defense in this country, what gives. i guess money in this country is more valued then human life. :mad: Harper get your head out of you ass and change the god damn laws!
  3. You’ll probably be surprised if you live in Brookside to know that the median home price went up 17 percent in the past year — to more than $3 million. Actually, that’s Brookside, N.J., No. 10 on Forbes’ list of most expensive ZIP codes. Here they are, with median home price and percentage change from last year. The two New York City areas are listed by ZIP. 1. Alpine, N.J., $4,139,041, -23% 2. Atherton, Calif., $3,849,133, -26% 3. New York 10014, $3,521,514, -24% 4. Duarte, Calif., $3,444,773, +18% 5. Beverly Hills, Calif., $3,367,167, -5% 6. Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., $3,362,493, -12% 7. Santa Barbara, Calif., $3,284,652, -9% 8. Los Altos Hills, Calif., $3,277,500, +4% 9. New York 10065, $3,176,534, -10% 10. Brookside, N.J., $3,121,115, +17% Interesting footnote: “Stop Acting Rich,” Thomas J. Stanley (John A. Wiley & Sons) The author who brought us “The Millionaire Next Door” and “The Millionaire Mind” is back with a volume on the value of thrift, subtitled “And Start Living Like a Real Millionaire.” Stanley’s research finds that those who want to be rich spend a lot more than people who actually are rich — and that the real millionaires’ frugality often had a lot to do with their accumulating real wealth. "About 90% of millionaires lives in homes valued at under $1 million." Meanwhile only about 27% of homes valued at more than $1 million are owned by millionaires. http://www.kansascity.com/business/story/1504749.html
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