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  • Alex1444 Alex1444 Apr 4, 2005 12:19 AM Flag

    Leaving Long Island-very sad

    What's "very sad" about it? So a couple is leaving Long Island where they'd lived with their parents, now they can afford to live on their own in Florida, that's sad? So another couple finds they can get far more for their money in Las Vegas? That's sad? (Remember when you hosers were talking about the impending demise of Las Vegas?) So someone likes the Vermont lifestyle more than Long Island, that's sad? Oh excuse me, "very sad".

    Buddy, there are so many truly sad things in life, unfortunately. Moving out of Long Island is not on my list of "very sad" things going on in this world. Of course, I suppose all those Long Islanders buying new homes in Florida, Las Vegas, etc. is "very sad" to you short sellers personally, as it continues the transfer of wealth from your bank account to mine. The inherent "sadness" of that ongoing event of course, depends on one's perspective! To me it's a happy occasion; one that I will continue to enjoy.

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    • People leaving friends and family because they can't afford it is sad. You missed the entire point. Culture of greed from assholes like you. You just reminded me leaving Long Island is not sad, I can finally get away from jerkoffs like you. BTW, "buddy" I have the bucks, I'm just not burying myself in debt like you. Yes, it's time to go.

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      • <<< People leaving friends and family because they can't afford it is sad. You missed the entire point. Culture of greed from assholes like you. >>>

        You seem to be missing the entire point about PHM and other homebuilders. The builders are not the ones causing home prices to go up (i.e. "unaffordable"), they are providing a solution to America's housing needs. It's laughable that you "woe is me" complainers can't see that, you can only see the "greed" of solutions-for-a-profit. Buddy, that's capitalism, and it works for everyone. Except of course for those anti-American fools who bet against it.

        <<< You just reminded me leaving Long Island is not sad, I can finally get away from jerkoffs like you. >>>

        I have never lived on Long Island. So if and when you leave, you'll probably be moving closer to me, not further away. If you value living on LI so much, I'm sure you can find a way to stay, even if it means staying in someone's garage. However, most people do what they think is best for themselves, and it seems to me that those "very sad" stories of people leaving LI were actually people who chose a better way of life, given their situation.

        I still say that the only thing you shorts find to be "very sad" is that you keep involuntarily transferring money from your accounts to mine. If you don't like that, then it's up to you to cover your short position and stop the bleeding. Just as those people wisely left Long Island - but no one forced them - you can choose to remain short and transfer more $$$ to me; or you can break from the past, you can choose a different way.

 
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