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Old 11-14-2016, 09:24 AM   #21
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4000 square feet is 20 rooms 10x20 and I can put TWO people in 10x20, really easily. Like I said, if you wanna live where you can't make money, that's not my problem.
 
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Old 11-14-2016, 09:26 AM   #22
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couldn't possibly gaf less what people think, long as I have enough income to do what I want and expand my biz.


If you didn't "gaf" what people think, then why the hell do you post 10 times a day about all these things that you're gonna do. Best of luck to you, I hope all of your wildest dreams come true, but I'm convinced you're full of more chit than a thanksgiving turkey.


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Old 11-14-2016, 11:01 AM   #23
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...FEW such residents HAVE a car, jackass...
That's why I said "20 residents' cars, or dealing with 20 foot-trafficking residents", jackass.
 
 
Old 11-14-2016, 11:04 AM   #24
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20 excons an dopers, what a party.
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Old 11-14-2016, 12:14 PM   #25
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Once again, "you try to be nice..." and all that.

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here's 4000 sq ft, regular price, too.

http://www.viewokcareahomes.com/deta...aver_Creek_Rd/
Looked at it. Looks like a nice house. Where will these 21 people without cars buy their groceries?

I wonder if there are any deed restrictions, covenants, or association rules that preclude turning it into a flophouse for 21 homeless people. I bet there are.

As I said - we've had this conversation before. What are the deed restrictions? I don't know if there are any, and I bet you don't either.

Wanting something to work won’t make it work; anymore than wanting mil-spec .45acp hardball to be inadequate for possums won’t make it so.

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couldn't possibly gaf less what people think,
Obviously.

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long as I have enough welfare income to do what I want
Fixed it for you.

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4000 square feet is 20 rooms 10x20 and I can put TWO people in 10x20, really easily.
Very good – 10x20x20 is indeed 4000. But in a ‘4000 sq/ft’ house, you don’t have 4000 sq/ft that is assignable to person-specific living space. Kitchen(s), hallways, bathrooms, laundry facilities, etc – all these things take up space. Space that has to be excluded from your motardish “calculations”.


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Like I said, if you wanna live where you can't make money, that's not my problem.
And like I’ve said many times, if you’d be civil, I would also. I simply stated that I’ve had this conversation with you (which is true), that you really expect to be able to do it (which is true), and that there would likely be restrictions precluding the creation of a 20+ person flophouse in most neighborhoods (which is also true). So since I made three undeniably true statements, and your response is that I’m a jackass. Well, bite my anus, welfare boy. You want to play the income card? Let’s do so.

I’ve specifically said that my income is less than $40k a year, and that’s the truth. It’s also by choice you fat welfare gimp, since I own 51% of the company. I’m leaving more IN the company to get rid of company expenses and debt; and my personal bills are low enough that I can afford to do so. Further, I’ve never had an income greater than $63k. So my “income” is low. Yet (and pay attention here, gimpy) my net worth is over $800,000; even after subtracting the company expenses and debt. Think about that you buffoon – I’ve never made big money, supported and raised two (semi-giant) sons with all they cost and consumed along the way, give thousands every year to our church and to other charities, and STILL have achieved a net worth of more than three-quarters of a million dollars. With the more than century-long, documented history of the stock market, I could sell out today, and never work again if I wanted. I wouldn’t have a huge retirement income; around $80k a year is all. But I could do it if I wanted. And I’m younger than you by about 6-7 years, and (unlike you, you Marx-emulating scumbag) paid for the raising of my kids along the way.

You really want to start some financial pecker-measuring nonsense here, you old, fat, crippled, drug-addled dolt? With all this that you’re “gonna” do, show something – ANYTHING – that you HAVE done. What happened with your 13-in-1 titanium tool? What happened with your DA blackpowder revolver for felons? What happened to your “_______” (fill in the blank with any of the dozens of your “it’s gonna make me rich one of these days” fantasies).

Or for that matter, just grow some 7th-grade-size balls and answer some of the many questions that you abandon threads over rather than respond to.

You talk about “indulging” (your word) in drug use, then claim you’ve never taken any. You say you can’t do field exercises with your gear due to back and knee problems, then talk about your flying sidekick (or spinning sidekick, or whatever). You’ve made outlandish and frankly silly claims online for over a decade, and have never documented a single one. Because you’re a lying, juvenile coward.

So just bite my anus, gunchild.

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Gunliar.
Gunfool.
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Old 11-14-2016, 01:32 PM   #26
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Would like to know what this Biz is?
 
Old 11-14-2016, 02:11 PM   #27
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"what do YOU do for your pension"
Well the main thing I did was work 29years 11 months for it.
BTW several weeks ago I asked you to explain that so called goverment pension you keep saying I get, never got a answer as usual. Of course privately funded means nothing to you. All you do is suck up govt money an benifits , space an air.
 
Old 11-14-2016, 02:40 PM   #28
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I'll help you out, gunfart. You (accidentally, I'm sure) put this real-estate related "rebuttal" in the New Users forum rather than here, in the thread in which you originally brought up real estate. So I'll copy it here for you.

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not my problem if u dont know shyte about RE
many homes sell for half the initial asking price or the assessed value, if you show up with CASH and and it's been on the market for many months, with the price dropping. q
It is your problem if you don't know that VA is often the worst way (in the long run) to finance a house. The total fee costs are usually higher than conventional (don't forget the 1.2%-3% "funding" fee on VA loans), and the interest rate is generally higher than conventional.

The one time that VA loans tend to have an advantage is if the VA classifies you as 'disabled'. How about it; are you disabled?

The primary 'advantage' to a VA loan is that you don't need a down payment. Which means you're in MORE debt than with conventional; which is hardly an advantage if you look at it through grownup eyes.

Thing is, John; we’re now back into one of those “unlike you” categories. Because (unlike you), not only do I not claim ‘expert’ status, the fact is that (unlike you) I’ve actually been a landlord before. It can be – and was – very profitable, but it’s not always sunshine & roses, where everything goes right. Sometimes water heaters die. Sometimes roofs need repair. Sometimes renters break things. Sometimes renters are just a pain.

But I’m sure that in your case, you’ll not have any problems at all. I mean, what could possibly go wrong, with 21 “alcohol/drug recovery” patients in a typical neighborhood full of kids, all flopping in what was built as a single-family home?
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Old 11-14-2016, 04:15 PM   #29
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It's all hot air like all his schemes. The VA does not lend money, they guarantee loans. The likelihood of Melvin securing a $250,000.00 loan through them is laughable. What's your income? Is it solidly based? Do you have collateral? What's your background? How long have you been married? Thank You for your service Mr. Davis. We'll send you a decision.
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