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#29079 - 09/08/03 06:27 AM Would you like to wire these homes?
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Some people like homes that are, well, just different.

How would you like to get the job to rewire one of these places ?

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#29080 - 09/08/03 11:32 AM Re: Would you like to wire these homes?
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No way Paul!.
This sort of reminds me of an English book that I read back in the 1980's about the Yuppie set in the UK, living in refurbished factories and one house was even built in an old factory chimney!.
That would be really cool, being able to tell people that you lived in a chimney.

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