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7 minutes ago, Couch_Incident said:

I just got word we are the winning bid.  I just called Tude and she is happy. 

The shitty people downstairs and their piece of shit children won't let me sleep today, so this is fantastic news.   But, this experience has taught me something - - I really don't like hippies. In fact, I don't like them at all!  And I can't wait to get away from the people downstairs. 

Mudkipz 

 

Hippies need love too.

 

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Congratulations…  Now you get to learn how to fix, repair, maintain, lots of stuff you never needed to know about before.

Keep all of the paperwork for the closing in a safe place, and keep all of the receipts, bills, invoices for any maintenance, additions, upgrades, etc… too.  When you sell your estate many years from now, you may need that info for income taxes.  I didn’t know abut this until we sold or first house last year.  Now I’m glad I’m a financial pack rat.  Just think of the tax deduction you will have next year for the mortgage interest. 

Yeah, I feel your pain we moved to get away from some of our neighbors too.  

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If you need help mowing the new lawn, just let me know.  You are on the way to @Zackny's rural estate.  The plan was to swing by @RalphWaldoMooseworth's place after but I haven't heard from that slacker to get him on my schedule.

p.s. do you have a weedwacker I can borrow?

Congrats on the new house.

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Just now, Kzoo said:

And how can you tell RG is a hippy?  Is it the long hair or the body odor?

 

Or the vagabond couch surfing lifestyle?  Political leanings?  Dietary style?

 

You know, I think it's probably a combination of things, like all of them.

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1 hour ago, Mr. Silly said:

With any luck you'll have hippy neighbors on both sides of you.

...I am a hippie, and I've owned several houses. Once I owned two houses at the same time.  

Everybody has neighbors, even hippies. The trick to living with them is distance and fortitude.

 

1 hour ago, Mr. Silly said:

Congratulations!  You now have a new hobby of taking care of your house.

...which is why I no longer own two houses at the same time.

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1 hour ago, Page Turner said:

..which is why I no longer own two houses at the same time.

Having 2 homes is 1 too many. We kept the house we sold for 1 year after we moved into our new home.  We were working on the first house getting it ready to be sold.  That was our job for most of last year.

I guess the work helped or we didn’t set a high enough price. The house sold in 6 days.

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3 hours ago, Couch_Incident said:

I just got word we are the winning bid.  I just called Tude and she is happy. 

The shitty people downstairs and their piece of shit children won't let me sleep today, so this is fantastic news.   But, this experience has taught me something - - I really don't like hippies. In fact, I don't like them at all!  And I can't wait to get away from the people downstairs. 

Mudkipz 

 

There are good, considerate, kind, quiet, and helpful people among hippies, non-hippies, liberals, conservatives, every ethnic and religious group.

Age also has a positive effect on some people.

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On 2/18/2020 at 9:22 AM, Couch_Incident said:

  But, this experience has taught me something - - I really don't like hippies. In fact, I don't like them at all!  And I can't wait to get away from the people downstairs. 

Mudkipz 

 

Just a hint, but why did you buy a house in Woodstock, NY?

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