Monday, May 26, 2014
Tiny Houses and Fat People
People suckered by this stuff, don't realize it is the doing of Agenda 21 and elites who will still want 1500 dollars a month for your "green" micro-apartment. The biggest place I have ever lived in as an adult is 830 square feet and my other apartments and rented rooms were far smaller. At least 6 years of my life, I lived in one room or two rooms. It's amusing to me to watch liberals "sell" downgraded lifestyles. Surely the elite in their tens of thousand square feet mega-mansions are laughing at the riff-raff. Shacks are now in vogue. Unlike the last depression where people glued on newsprint on to their shack walls, now they are "saving the planet" to build their new home out of shipping and milk crates.
One thing I think about, what about being fat in one of those places? Half of those "homes" I wouldn't fit through the door, or in their mini-kitchens. Not all of us have the mobility to climb up 10 feet to a sleeping loft. Already the hallways of my apartments are too small, I have to walk sideways to get through my bathroom already. My wheelchair and walker get banged up just going around the corner, so they want us living in even smaller places? As much as these folks glamorize small house living, I've been involuntarily downscaled the majority of my life. The living off the grid part is a positive, and some other attributes--no mortgage, but the tiny house movement is suspect to me, also for us fat people, we definitely are not going to be living lives of quality squashed into a house the size of a trash dumpster.