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8 thoughts on “Booked

    • Lulz

      Irony is that Wolf’s house was a form of an AirBnB in its day. Which of course if today’s policies were in place, would’ve never been allowed. But then again, people were free as opposed to today where progressive is another term for government central control. That only works as long as people can still afford it. Once they can’t though, they become criminals in order to survive. And those in Asheville who are running “illegal” AirBnbs are breaking the “law” lulz. A law imposed by a bunch of 1 percenter windbags and corrupt government cronies in the pockets of corporations afraid of competition lulz.

      • bsummers

        Hey, here’s a book you’ll like:

        White Plague: Was The Tuberculosis Epidemic An Early Obama/Clinton Operation?”
        by Breitbart Publishing,

        • Lulz

          I got a better one. It’s called leftist loons who use the term progress for control. And how they drove everyone into poverty.

          • Alan Ditmore

            Not everyone, not themselves, just most people. goood one Lulz.

      • Alan Ditmore

        Good ‘tude again lulz. Break that North Asheville Liberal zoner Elite!

  1. luther blissett

    “But then again, people were free”

    Well, no, though by “people” you obviously mean “white people, especially white property owners” because that’s what you always mean by “people.”

    And I’d suggest you actually read Look Homeward, Angel, but you won’t.

    • Alan Ditmore

      The Euclid decision brought zoning in, I think, 1926. Pretty close to that time. Neighborhoods built before then, without zoning, are far more walkable and therefore less energy intensive.

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