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Up in a tree


The phrase above means “in a difficult situation without escape; cornered.” Which evidently makes it a perfect place to catch an apparent burglar who’s built himself a swanky tree house, complete with fire pit, barbecue, lighting, and the kind of view you have to have let Harvey Weinstein touch you to get.

You wouldn’t think an accused burglar would set up roost in such a labor-intensive and permanent sort of dwelling. But that’s just how dramatic our housing shortage is.

One Response to “Up in a tree”

  1. Dan Says:

    Uh… Do you know what happened to the house? Is it listed yet?

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