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Water Conservation can defeat its own purpose

We had moved to a new home in 2005 which came with truly awful GE appliances, surely picked out by the builder as being the absolute cheapest he could find. We would have selected something better, but this house was contracted by someone else and then their mortgage had fallen through. The location was what we wanted. The appliances were junk and a small list of other things was not ideal, but there are three things that are really important in real estate. You know them already: location…




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Anthony Lawrence (Pcunix)

Retired Unix Consultant. I write tech and humor mostly but sometimes other things. see my Lists if your interests are specific.

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