I need to catch up on this thread. Last I remember he was on live saying his wife has a zig zag butthole and she found out, told him off and forced him to apologize. He complained the whole time.Next thing I remember he got kicked out??? Left in his own?
Doesn't look very active here, but the last book I read was:
Revenge: Eleven Stories by Yoko Ogawa. Excellent book. It's a collection of short stories. Ogawa's style really shows itself and the melancholy of the human spirit rises above it all. I'm currently rereading it to find more Easter Eggs. All of the stories are connected in one way or another.
It's ultimately not up to you to decide. It's up to the moderators and we will all have to follow what they say in the end. There's no need to debate with me about it. @nillama did not just post pictures of the interior. The photos also showed what type of house it was, the listing price, the selling price, and the month sold. It is very easy to isolate the condo based on that information. No one would have know this if she did not go looking for it and post it here. I consider that a potential leak of personal information. The moderators will be the ultimate deciders.
It is, but I'm just pointing out that it is not impossible. The thing with making $100k in NY is that the cost of living is high so salaries must similarly be high. It would be naïve to assume money stretches the same way everywhere. It doesn't. Where I live, if you don't want to be living in a drug infested hole in the wall, you need to pay at least $650k. Rent is $2000 and up for a decent place (a studio, cough). I personally feel like renting and paying $2000 in pointless. I would rather move further out and buy than to rent and waste all those years of payments. Doesn't even improve or help your credit. Going just outside the limits and an average house in a fine neighborhood will cost $350-400k. You can take advantage of buyer's programs as well. In the next state over, they have a first time buyer's program where you don't have to put any money down and they will take care of fees.
I get what you're saying. I've lived at many different socio-economic classes. There was a point when my mother was earning $20,000 per year when I was pre-school aged and my school tuition was $13,500. I don't know how she made that work. My thing is-- that's not a sufficient reason to resent others nor to police another person's spending and label them as frivolous. I don't even think she flaunts her wealth-- she's an almost 30 year old woman. A few lunch dates at a nice restaurant with her husband and ordering food is not flashy and not unaffordable to the average person in the US or Canada. UberEats, delivery, and grocery delivery are common among the working class. It's all about how you spend your money and what is important to you. Other than the two apartments, I'm not seeing this extravagant wealth.