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  1. #121
    Good to know I'll be fucked out my grandfather's land because my dad cant manage his credit cards.

  2. Quote Originally Posted by Opaque View Post
    Bingo.


    Let's say you have a debt and you die, money and things you own have to cover the debt before anyone can inherited what's left.

    Otherwise old people would be smart to take out massive loans they never plan on spending or paying back just so their family can inherit the money when they die.
    There's this thing called reverse morgage as well.

    My brother is supposed to inherit the 10 acres of land that my mother left for him when she'd passed away. Since her passing, my dad had the house raised to put a garage underneath it. Who knows how much he owes for that crazy idea?
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  3. #123
    Boomers.

  4. Iíd really enjoy having a basement, but not enough to fucking dig one.

    Thatís a bit out there, imo.

  5. The house I grew up in had a dirt floor basement with about 5 feet of clearance. Over the course of a year, my dad dug it down another 3 feet, made forms for the walls, and poured a concrete floor. He used a shovel to dig and an old grain excavator to move the dirt outside (which he then used to build up decorative plots around the trees in the yard and used the many rocks he dug out to make walls around the plots).

    I can say a lot about that dude, but lazy he wasn't.
    Meanwhile, I've had a gameroom that's half dry walled for about 3 1/2 years.

  6. #126
    Eh, who needs drywall

  7. Quote Originally Posted by Some Stupid Japanese Name View Post
    The house I grew up in had a dirt floor basement with about 5 feet of clearance. Over the course of a year, my dad dug it down another 3 feet, made forms for the walls, and poured a concrete floor. He used a shovel to dig and an old grain excavator to move the dirt outside (which he then used to build up decorative plots around the trees in the yard and used the many rocks he dug out to make walls around the plots).

    I can say a lot about that dude, but lazy he wasn't.
    Meanwhile, I've had a gameroom that's half dry walled for about 3 1/2 years.
    The older I get, the more I think "Ooh, that sounds like a fun project!"

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