"Now if you'll excuse me, I'm gonna go backstage. I'm proud of myself, I just beat Brad Armstrong!" - Arn Anderson on WCW Saturday Night in 1992, in the classiest display I've ever seen of someone putting over an underrated mid-carder that everyone in the locker room knew deserved better than the push he got.
$796.00 a month for a one bedroom plus den and long balcony; 765 square feet.
INCLUDES: Heat, water, a parking spot, and on call maintenance. It does NOT include electricity, phone, internet, cable. There are three washers and three dryers in the building; $2 for a wash and dry (each) but there's a laundromat half a block south.
Location: Four blocks north of a major freeway, four blocks south of a large mall in Edmonton's north end. Schools, parks, and shopping all nearby; and transit is excellent here.
BAD PARTS: We're not allowed pets here. Well, cats and rodents, yes....but no dogs, rabbits, or anything else.
Apartments like this don't come around often; if we were to move, the next tenant would be dinged about $900 a month for it. Needless to say, the Missus and I are staying for quite a long time.
I live in a three-bedroom apartment with two other guys. Total rent is $905, so we each pay about $302 per month. Everything included except electric (which varies from 20-60 bucks each per month, depending on summer or winter months), Water/Sewer (this bill is every two months; usually about 15-20 bucks per person) and Internet (about $16 each per month).
The nice thing is, it's close enough to the college I take grad classes at that I can just walk to campus, which saves me $100 per year on a parking pass.
$600/month for a 3 bedroom 3 1/2 bath 3200 Sq Foot house, on about 80 acres of land, with a pool.
It's my in-laws house, they have a cabin 80 miles away where they moved when my father in law took a job 2 miles from the cabin.
Totally furnished basement, central air/heat, fireplace, jacuzzi tub, dishwasher, and a pool table, slot machine and pinball machine in the basement.
The in-laws had some money problems and my father in law's construction company went tits up during the bubble burst. So, he took a job an hour and a half away, and they moved into their cabin, and let us move in here. Both me and my wife are students, and I am unemployed, so they basically said to hold off on paying the rent until one of us is working full time. So, I am paying just electric and satellite bills right now.
Mortgage is $800 per month in the heart of Cambridge, MA. Though we put a lot down so in an average scenario it'd be more like $1500. Two bedroom condo in a 3-unit building, personal front and back porches, a full basement and backyard.
Lloyd: When I met Mary, I got that old fashioned romantic feeling, where I'd do anything to bone her. Harry: That's a special feeling.
I didn't graduate from college - kind of like Bluto Blutarsky, all courses incomplete. I didn't think it was that big a deal back then but it has become a HUGE regret the further down the road I get from it.