If any luxury bunker owners out there read this, I would like to offer my services as the caretaker for your underground mansion. It’s good to have someone keep an eye on it until the apocalypse who is not easily associated with you, and who is willing to be discrete. I’m your guy. My fee is a mere $100,000/year to regularly check in on the space, and to test out the community amenities. I’ll also
This year I installed an electric fence to protect our potted tomato plants from the squirrels. Here’s a look at the setup, which I’m claiming as a success since our furry neighbors have not been stealing our produce. Supplies came from the Tractor Supply store, Home Depot, and the basement. What you see in the video is a $30 charger and another $10 in supplies. Totally worth it since we’ve been able to enjoy the
Tiny houses pop up in my life at a frequency that far exceeds my actual real-life experience with that particular type of housing. I’ve never seen one in person, and I have no desire to live in one. The closest I’ve come to a tiny house is touring an 1800s camp on Martha’s Vineyard. I see tiny houses in the news and on TV all the time. I talk about them at family gatherings because
Would you rent to cats if a human promised to pay their rent? One landlord in San Jose, CA felt that bringing in two cats as the only tenants for the 400 sqft studio he has in the back yard was a great deal. The monthly rent he receives? $1,500. Meow!