Anonymous 2016-05-28 13:22:55
Great inghist. Relieved I'm on the same side as you.
Anonymous 2016-05-28 12:59:01
You can always tell an expert! Thanks for cobtninutirg.
Anonymous 2016-05-28 11:19:09
Viva la something or other! What a great idea. People could sell their kidneys at the yard sales, maybe throw in a toe to seal the deal. We come with ten, but we could do with less.As long as no pocitilian has to pay a price, it should be a grand idea in any language. Thanks, Curvin, for being a great American.
Anonymous 2016-05-28 10:08:33
That saves me. Thanks for being so seblnise!
Anonymous 2015-06-06 23:23:48
thanks for your efforts. i'm architectural engineer and i'm interested in that field
i'm working on my master thesis so if any one can provide me with paper in that field please i'm in need
Anonymous 2013-02-23 14:22:44
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Anonymous 2013-02-23 13:25:58
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Anonymous 2013-02-23 10:54:28
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Anonymous 2013-02-23 10:35:08
Not to mention, when pilubc housing was built, more units were torn down to build them than units built. So, the number of housing units decreased with the proliferation of pilubc housing.The investment banks were victims of shady section 8 ghetto people forcing wall street to give them home loans which would not be repayedThe investment banks were guilty of following the incentives set up for them by government. Incentives that do not exist in nature and can only be concocted by an entity with the power and the willingness to rob hundreds of millions of people at gunpoint to subsidize the its cronies. I notice you mentioned nothing about the people defrauding the system by lying on their applications. I guess non-bankers can't be guilty of greed and other vices in your well rounded and fully thought through opinion? The frauds were bailed out at my expense too.
Anonymous 2013-02-22 05:39:39
Great ingsiht. Relieved I'm on the same side as you.
Anonymous 2013-02-21 02:55:55
"A lot of landlords reusfe to rent to section 8, for good reasons. Perhaps the gov can force some landlords to rent to section 8? Otherwise, why would anyone put themselves in that situation?"I don't know why anyone would want to rent to section 8 these days, either. Years ago I rented to section 8, and at the time, the incentives were better. One of the attractions was the just-like-clockwork payment of 75% of the rent on the 1st of the month by the agency administering the program. Frequent inspections by the agency and requirements that tenants perform to certain standards or lose their eligibility helped also. Each year was a new annual contract if I wished to continue with the program, with a suggested rent increase between of 4-8%. The icing on the cake was that the county, in my area, guaranteed against all damage. Submit your receipts, for repairs after the tenant had moved out, and the county paid. I stopped offering section 8 when the county stopped offering to pay for damages, apparently in a cost cutting move.I don't know anyone who now rents to section 8, and I often read in the local news that section 8 tenants sometimes wait more than a year to find eligible housing. go figure. Can you say unintended consequence?
Anonymous 2013-02-20 01:44:18
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