Source: Tiny Houses
I developed an awareness of this innovative solution from an article in The Atlantic.
It’s great to see this idea taking root in Tulsa OK.
This is a great concept for tiny homes.
“Debt is not just a credit instrument, it is an instrument of political and economic control.”
Every now and then you stumble upon an article that effectively changes your world view.
“I like Five Guys, but I can buy ground beef and one onion and get pretty close to the same burger for half the cost,” said Mr. Cockerline, who rarely goes to Five Guys anymore. “A hamburger, to me, is not a luxury,”
Brian Cockerline 20 years young Rutgers University student
Clearly what we have is the End of Affluence. When I was a kid going out to eat at a restaurant was the occasional treat. Not many families could afford eating out more than once a week. The family cooked and ate most of our meals at home. I’ve lived in Oklahoma for a while now. We have basic burger platters for around $10. But when you add in drinks and tip the cost starts to add up. Eat out five days a week and you’re incurring substantial expense.
I’m hardly surprised at the traffic numbers. Despite government statistics the economy is anemic. Today’s kids are graduating from college with massive debt and a job market that is unkind.
What’s next? Car sharing? Multiple roommates? Tiny homes?
It’s not just a millennial problem. Student loan debt increased eightfold among Americans aged 60-64 in the last decade. Is anyone paying attention?