Saturday, April 25, 2009

squeak



For sale: one condo in Victory Mansions...

18 comments:

burhanistan said...

All those Mickeys must be the workers who tend the fruit trees touted in the listing. They really need to organize and demand better living conditions. Who among them will step up and be the Mickey Cesar Chavez?

Glory von Hathor said...

That's a 3 bed. So, if this is the image they've chosen, what ought we to imagine going on with the other two?

Meanwhile, wicker chair gazes wistfully out the window, imagining what it would feel like to play in the orchard, the grass nestling beneath his legs.

Suka said...

I think I'm more worried about the 1.75 bathrooms. Which .25 is missing?

Meg said...

It's about time Mickey and Minnie were living together. I see they settled on her place.

Elia said...

Are you sure they're not getting ready for a ebay auction of all their stuffed animals?

ubercrafty said...

truth be told, I'd rather buy from the lady who obsesses over stuffed animals than one with 100 cats. at least these furry friends don't smell!

Anonymous said...

Is that a shower in the corner? It sure looks like a shower door.

Anonymous said...

I think you can see into the 3/4 bath in that photo, although it took me a moment to have my eyes correctly process that bit of visual information. Talk about input overload.

Callisto said...

This makes me feel pretty good about my little mess. Thanks for the pick-me-up.

Herding Grasshoppers said...

Who knew Mickey was really a Packrat?

blake said...

Wow. Obsessive, much?
I'll admit to having some nerdy collections, but i try to not cover every square foot of my living area.

Suka, the .25 missing is the roof.
That room will need a little more tlc. or an umbrella.

mudslicker said...

Avoiding overkill can be a tricky thing to master.

In the age of digital cameras..why, tell me why...can't these realtors just go crazy Annie Liebovitz and snap a whole bunch of shots both outside and inside and pick the best 4 (if they must post just 4)?

In this case..they should have stopped at 3!

Anonymous said...

mudslicker - I have been wondering the same thing. I once read that the key to great photography wasn't looking for that one great shot. It's taking a lot of shots and then ruthlessly throwing out all the ones that aren't great (which will be most of them). The ability to do this quickly and cheaply is the best thing about digital cameras.

mudslicker said...

Anonymous:

EXACTLY! A picture is worth a thousand words but I think on some of these places we could do with just the Cliff Notes version.

But then, on the other hand, if all the realtors/sellers took our advice Miss Sara wouldn't have anything to amuse us with every day would she?

*grin*

Anonymous said...

Sure, mudslicker, a picture is worth a thousand words, but is it worth a thousand Mickeys?

Anonymous said...

How do we know this isn't the best photo to choose from?

Anonymous said...

Is that red thing on the bed a Snuggli?

Shannon (and Ross) said...

"squeak" is the perfect title for this!