More on tiny houses

Oh, just go read this.

But when you go spending $50,000 on something the size of a small travel-trailer and thinking you’re doing Great Work for the environment … when you judge the worth of your possessions by whether or not they make your heart sing … you’re living in some dreamland of intellectual and financial privilege. You are not only having first-world problems; you may be a first-world problem.

Yeah. Reality.

I like my tiny house. I don’t ridicule the idea of tiny houses – only some of the people pushing the “movement.”

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2 Responses to More on tiny houses

  1. guffaw1952 says:

    Tiny houses; big houses.
    I don’t care.

    It’s the “pushing” part that concerns me!


  2. MamaLiberty says:

    Indeed, guffaw… but what really makes me smile when I drive by one of those McMansions is thinking about who gets to wash all those massive windows. Job security for someone, since the lady of the house probably doesn’t touch any of them with so much as a fingertip. But if she is reduced to washing them herself… Karma… I’m sure the HOA wouldn’t allow her to do what I do… just not wash them much. LOL

To the stake with the heretic!