Lee Wochner: Writer. Director. Writing instructor. Thinker about things.


Extremely affordable housing in a tough market


I have friends looking to buy a house. Here in Los Angeles, that’s a pricey proposition. But why pay $650,000 and up, when you can have this creative starter home for a mere one dollar?

(Not counting towing fees. And no, AAA won’t handle this — it weighs 10,000 pounds.)

It’s spacious — because it was designed to replicate living in space.

And if the zombie apocalypse, or nuclear armageddon, or The Purge comes, I can think of no safer place.


3 Responses to “Extremely affordable housing in a tough market”

  1. Dan Says:

    Beauty is functional… I guess.

  2. Trey Nichols Says:

    I can’t wait to show Diana! It looks roomy and cozy and rustic and futuristic all at the same time. And with a blowtorch and some soldering equipment, we could even add a room or two. I do need a man cave after all; somewhere I can kick back and play Skyrim. The possibilities are endless!

  3. Jim Markley Says:

    One could make quite statement about the human condition while living in a giant suppository. Might not want to site it on a slope…

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