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Windows 7: Anyone seen this? House in middle of the road .....

23 Nov 2012   #1

Anyone seen this? House in middle of the road .....

This is awesome to me.Some of those Chinese have stones the size of Denali! ( this guy.... the Tiananmen Square guy holding back the tanks...)

Home amid Chinese highway a symbol of resistance - Yahoo! News
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24 Nov 2012   #2

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit Service Pack 1

Civil disobedience at its best.

Although people who set themselves on fire to protest, well, they're not around anymore to reap any of the benefits of the protest.
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24 Nov 2012   #3


Thats true..... a very dramatic statement ..... but , I don't know.... guess I'm just lucky to NOT have something I feel that passionate about. Or the need.
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24 Nov 2012   #4
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There was a similar house in the middle of a highway between Frankfurt/Germany and Wiesbaden. They routed both double lanes (east and west) around it. I always wondered how the people got in and out - except by car. I have not been there for many years. Maybe they finally moved.

In White Plains, NY, they also built a big parking lot around a house - across from the LaReserve hotel.
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24 Nov 2012   #5


I like that church built on the side of the cliff in Idar-Oberstein!
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30 Nov 2012   #6

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate and numerous virtual machines

The farmer that would not budge in the path of a motorway the M62 in Northern England.

M62 motorway - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Guess they are everywhere. It is their home and they don't want to move.
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30 Nov 2012   #7
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Eminate Domain rules in this country. It varies from State to State. Basically if the government wants your property and offer the value of your property they will get your property. If you don't move law enforcement will move you. Example for private builders. If a strip mull is requested by a promoter and the promoter can prove that it will be good for the community and will bring in more income and tax revenue for the community there for good for the community you loose. The upraised value is paid and you are removed from the property.That row of houses is gone and the strip mull is built. If the government wants to build a road your property will be bought and the road will be built. The only thing that is argued is the price the government pays for your property. It is a long fight just to stop building on historical grave sites and battle fields from our the Civil War. (1861-1864).
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