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Would you live underwater?

Discussion in 'Living Room' started by wylie, 16th Jul, 2016.

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  1. wylie

    wylie Moderator Staff Member

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    I will still need connection to the land for sure... Nice though
     
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    I would hate to see beaches polluted with these things - no way.
     
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    I'd be open to it. Raises question about how it would be titled though?
     
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    I'd go to school underwater.

    All my grades were below "C" level anyway.
     
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    Strata fees may be a "touch" high....
     
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    I suppose there would be more cases of drowning your neighbours
     
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    Id definitely get one with a backyard pool

    No fencing needed
     
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    Gockie Be the change you want to see in the world Premium Member

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    Live in it sometimes.... unique holiday rental the rest of the time...
     
  11. York

    York Finance Broker Business Member

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    I can sea myself living there one day. If I can grab myself a watertight deal. Maybe get my my feet wet with property as a start. I'd be up to my neck with debt though. But gotta drown out any fear that it will lose value down then track. After all, don't wanna be up s#*t creek with no paddle. So I'll do my best to buy UMV and ride the cycle wave. Life's a beach.
     
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    wylie Moderator Staff Member

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    Hey York... did you mean "if I can CRAB myself a watertight deal"? :D
     
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    York Finance Broker Business Member

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    Yes...that's what I meant. Damn autocorrect..:D
     
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    Peter_Tersteeg Finance broker and strategist Business Member

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    Nice idea, but I can see a couple of problems. It's essentially a boat with a transparent hull of a really bad design (by boat standards).

    1. Nobody would want to stay in one during bad weather, not even a moderate wind. A few waves and you'll bounce off the walls.
    2. Mainenance & cleaning will be a serious ongoing expense.

    The designer admits he's neither a diver nor sailor. He should probably try these before sinking serious money into this project.
     
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    I wonder what happens to the "floaters"?
     
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    Concrete boots would be the otp version