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This is why I love the Inner North. Images of Canberra

By johnboy 2 March 2011 44

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Big trees, lots of greenery, ratty share house nature strips, and dudes on unicycles hammering past.

What’s not to love?

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Watson 8:17 pm 11 Sep 11

Jethro said :

milkman said :

So people with a few bucks are all materialistic workaholics.

Gotcha.

No, but people who work unnecessary hours in order to acquire unnecessary products and excessively sized houses are.

Or a house in the Inner North – as it has been established that they cost the same.

Sorry, had to play devil’s advocate.

Jethro 4:30 pm 11 Sep 11

milkman said :

So people with a few bucks are all materialistic workaholics.

Gotcha.

No, but people who work unnecessary hours in order to acquire unnecessary products and excessively sized houses are.

milkman 10:38 am 11 Sep 11

Jethro said :

shadow boxer said :

Jethro said :

shadow boxer said :

I grew up in Dickson and have owned houses in the inner north but I love my McMansion the most.

Whats not to love about a big house with shiny new stuff all through it ?

The fact that it screams ‘I’m a self-important man who feels the need to big-note myself through my possessions.’

That and the mammoth effort to keep the place clean.

No it doesn’t, it screams here’s a bloke with 4 kids that needs 5 bedrooms, worked hard at school, has a responsible job that doesn’t involve nursing a hangover at 9 am and enjoys nice things.

In the US they celebrate this sort of thing, here we just want to drag it down.

So those of use who choose life over work and are happy to have a smaller house with less stuff because it means we get to spend a few days home each week watching our kids grow up, or that we can chuck the tent and hiking gear into the car on a whim and disappear into the bush for 3 or 4 days are alcoholics who failed school.

Gotcha.

So people with a few bucks are all materialistic workaholics.

Gotcha.

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