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Apr 4, 2012 10:25AM

Well I GIVE UP! The rich are taking everything they can and no one seems to question how they are doing it. I KNOW! Do you want to see how they are getting a ton of cash for their stock budgets? Google the term "FAST STOCK BUDGET" and go to the first site or right to the site with the same name. They have a penny stock page that shows what the rich don't want you to see. If you are tired of being poor and want in on the action, then this is a must see. Be prepared to see how the other half lives.



















went to the website and i found out allot of cool stuff and as for a 14 year old boy im going to tell my perants to get involved on these huge


Apr 4, 2012 8:15AM
well i went to the website and i found out allot of cool stuff and as for a 14 year old boy im going to tell my perants to get involved on these huge profits thanks tim jackson
Apr 4, 2012 7:09AM
why the frig can't we see the inside of the cement factory? as it is now? can't tell much from the photo! what's up with that?
Apr 4, 2012 6:55AM
I think the point of the article is restoring something worthwhile, not tacky shopping malls from the 80s.   Beautiful OLD places with one-of-a-kind details were bulldozed to put up the tacky strip malls.  The examples shown are of extreme quality, and usually done by architects to showcase their own work .   I'd much rather live in a rehabbed barn or coachhouse or church, with all the amazing details, than a McMansion or generic sheetrock subdivision house two feet from a neighbor.  Now, on to the treehouse articles!!!
Apr 4, 2012 5:29AM
I dont think the point is necessarilly to restore because its cheaper, easier, or even greener than a tear down.  Some of these have historical significance, others are just plain neat.  If you've got the money I say go for it.
Apr 4, 2012 3:21AM
The dead beats need to get over   "the rich" excuse . Take some incintive and go do something. Have a nice day.
Apr 3, 2012 10:14PM
I wonder how much it cost to transform those buildings.  There are plenty of cruddy old warehouses and abandoned 80's shopping malls around that could use a good renovation.  Or a bulldozer.  But if it costs more to renovate than to build new, just tear it down.  
I love all these articles and tv shows that feature "amazing" transformations that cost ONLY half a million dollars and ONLY took four years to finish.  Wow!  Look what you can do with tons of time and money!  
But sarcasm aside, these places look a lot better than they could have turned out if neglect or urban decay had run its course.
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