Saturday, October 4, 2008

"Need more information"



Do I "need more information"? Hell yes, I need more information. Like, what is that smoke? What are those coils? Are the coils on fire? Are they enormous mosquito-coils? If so, is that a bad thing? What's in the tanks? Are they going to explode? Is there anything else I should know?

Found by Brian, who does not have more information.

19 comments:

T said...

...no thanks, I think I have PLENTY of information from that picture alone, enough to tell my realtor that we can skip this one :)

alnhouston said...

How nice, does the meth lab come with the home, or is that excluded?

Ruth said...

I am loving the chemical tanks in the driveway.

Julie said...

Sara, your commentary is always on target and so funny! I almost spit out my smoothie.

You always brighten my days with your biting wit. Thank you! ...and happy weekend to you.

Gamzulatov said...

Those two piles of coil are worth more than the house and the person with the tanks knows that.

That is a couple of tons of insulated copper wire worth about a buck a pound.

But after they illegally burn the insulation off the wire (creating clouds of highly toxic vapors and smoke which you can see). It is worth about 3.00 per pound.

Man this listing is a gold mine. I am going to purchase it and set up my own illegal smelting operation.

slh35661 said...

I am afraid. I am very afraid.

Lincoln said...

Wait... there 2 pictures of that smoking pile of debris (although from different angles), 2 pictures total in the listing, making for -- if my math is correct -- 0 pictures of anything even remotely appealing about the property.

It's like the agent didn't even bother getting out of his/her car.

~~Silk said...

The green is definitely an oxygen tank (although who knows what might be in it).

Anonymous said...

Four bedrooms, one bath, 975 square feet. OK...that was the information I really needed. Next.

Fnarf said...

I think the information you really need is the number of the nearest toxic waste disposal program.

J-Rap said...

I need some more information too. How did they manage to fit four bedrooms in 975 sq. feet? Is that foyer made of plywood? Is there an additional income possibility with that meth lab? Will that cover the mortgage and court costs?

Honest Heart said...

I adore your commentary. I just found your blog and now I'll be scrolling through all these gorgously awful pictures.... hoping to find that dream home.

Love it :)

Anne said...

Awesome.

Crochet by Momma J said...

Tanks next to smoke - not good!

Marianne
www.crochetbymommaj.etsy.com

Natalie said...

Boy, does this place bring back childhood memories.

Button Ginger said...

The cylinder on the right is oxygen, the red cylinder on the left is extremely flammable - possibly hydrogen (unlikely but possible) or acetylene (although it should be maroon).

Dear me. If this is the best view, hands up who wants to look inside?

GeePig said...

The answer is obvious - with those overhanging trees the place will be damp and full of bugs, hence they are trying to smoke the bugs out before people come, eh, flocking.

Mike said...

"This listing is so hot, it's smoking!"

Anonymous said...

I don't quite get your comment instructions. Of course your speculation about their class is implied with most of your postings.