🔥 | Latest

tiny house: Tiny House in the Plateau from Turkey
tiny house: Tiny House in the Plateau from Turkey

Tiny House in the Plateau from Turkey

tiny house: Week two of lockdown…how’s your tiny house now MF?!
tiny house: Week two of lockdown…how’s your tiny house now MF?!

Week two of lockdown…how’s your tiny house now MF?!

tiny house: Week two of lockdown…how’s your tiny house now MF?!
tiny house: Week two of lockdown…how’s your tiny house now MF?!

Week two of lockdown…how’s your tiny house now MF?!

tiny house: Week two of lockdown…how’s your tiny house now MF?!
tiny house: Week two of lockdown…how’s your tiny house now MF?!

Week two of lockdown…how’s your tiny house now MF?!

tiny house: This is the view if my school. Closest building to us is the tiny house in the right side of the photo and everywhere else for 20 minute walk distance is just farmlands.
tiny house: This is the view if my school. Closest building to us is the tiny house in the right side of the photo and everywhere else for 20 minute walk distance is just farmlands.

This is the view if my school. Closest building to us is the tiny house in the right side of the photo and everywhere else for 20 minute...

tiny house: Watching videos of tiny house builds and this guy reminded me of Kevin. https://youtu.be/9u9q56cemkk
tiny house: Watching videos of tiny house builds and this guy reminded me of Kevin. https://youtu.be/9u9q56cemkk

Watching videos of tiny house builds and this guy reminded me of Kevin. https://youtu.be/9u9q56cemkk

tiny house: This Tiny House
tiny house: This Tiny House

This Tiny House

tiny house: I don’t know the tile so just press tiny house
tiny house: I don’t know the tile so just press tiny house

I don’t know the tile so just press tiny house

tiny house: Tiny house panther is cute
tiny house: Tiny house panther is cute

Tiny house panther is cute

tiny house: I spent an hour making a tiny house out of sticky notes
tiny house: I spent an hour making a tiny house out of sticky notes

I spent an hour making a tiny house out of sticky notes

tiny house: Beautiful Tiny House from Thailand
tiny house: Beautiful Tiny House from Thailand

Beautiful Tiny House from Thailand

tiny house: This Tiny House is Truly Magnificent
tiny house: This Tiny House is Truly Magnificent

This Tiny House is Truly Magnificent

tiny house: August 20 at 11:10 AM Among large countries, the US is close "the richest in the world", but Americans sure aren't anywhere close to the richest people in the world. Clearly, the US political system is not working for the people. Wealth per adult: USA: mean: $494K # 3 ; Median: $62K # 18 Canada: mean: $288K #7; Median: $106K #6 France: mean: $208K #10 ; Median: $107K, # 5 http://www.visualcapitalist.com/countries-wealth-per-capi... Median wealth per Country Rank Country Mean wealth per adult 530.244 # 1 aSwitzerland Australia $191453 $183.339 Australia $411.060 aSwitzerland United States $403.974 Belgium $163.429 Belgium $313.045 $114.935 ENetherlands $291.103 I Norway IFrance $106.827 New Zealand $289,798 $106.342 H Canada l Canada $288.263 Japan $103.861 # Denmark New Zealand $286,712 $98,613 United Kingdom Singapore $283.118 $97.169 I France #10 $280.580 Singapore $91.656 $279048 #11 United Kingdom Spain $87,188 $253.205 $80.054 ENetherlands Norway $249,765 Sweden $79.239 Italy $78.177 a Hong Kong $244672 Talwan Ireland $232.952 Ireland $72.473 $231.368 =Austria $70.074 Austria $65.463 Japan $227.235 x South Korea 1 Italy STATIC.SEEKINGALPHA.COM 93 United States $61.667 #18 $217,727 = Denmark $60.999 111 Comments 85 Share 453 Like Comment Share We need more Democracy so we can have $10/gal gasoline, VAT taxes, and socialized medicine. I've been to Europe. The average European lives in a tiny house, has one tiny car, and eats tiny portions of food. The average American has a much richer lifestyle on less money than anywhere else in the world. Your math is off Like Reply 2d ^ Hide 24 Replies l fear that considering one car, a small house, and healthy portions somehow inadequate is part of the problem afflicting the US to begin with! Like Reply 2d Your impression of Europe is either outdated or wrong (based on which country? When?). Like Reply 2d Haha eats tiny portions of food and has less abject obesity! More is better, supersize me, regardless of quality. That pictures a mindset. Like Reply 2d But I agree that physical goods are cheaper here. Euro for dollar pricing not I including taxes. But if you are an average joe there, you will rent, but your kids have a shot at education. Like Reply 2d You clearly don't know how the average American lives, l THE MEDIAN AMERICAN $36,000 Yang Like Reply 2d Look out your window on the freeway. 90% of the cars are bigger than Europe. Ask a European how big their fridge is. In the US that fridge would be an insult. Then ask for a steak sometime in Europe and see what you get. By those 3 measures the average American is considerably more wealthy than the average European. Like Reply 2d Edited This is my view in Texas. No scooters. No mopeds. No sub compact mini Cooper's. Learn to trust your eyes and stop listening to bullshit statistics Like Reply 2d Switzerland, Turkey I all visited in the last year. Is there somewhere that has big trucks, cheap gasoline, and giants steaks? If so, I'd love to go there Like Reply 2d Right, "let circumstantial evidence from a single city in a single country serve as empirical data for a worldwide conclusion." I think your methodology might be flawed. (and scooters are just about the best way to beat traffic in Paris. I knew a high-ranking official who had a car and a driver provided to him by the government, but who preferred to use his scooter to get around. More efficient) (and why spend your money on a inconveniently huge SUV and gas when you can spend it on a 2nd home and 6 weeks of vacations?) (and Turkey is not in Europe. And the UK never really was). (fridge size is a matter of lifestyle and kitchen size. Fridges may be large in Texas suburbia, but not in your typical NYC apartment. Fridges in European suburbia are about as large as American ones. And many people have a separate freezer) (Oh, and the average French person spews 5 times less CO2 in the atmosphere than the average American. Not (just) because their cars are more efficient. Not just because their high-speed trains are ubiquitous. But because 80% of electrical power is nuclear). 2 Like Reply 2d Edited how many of those people did you survey about owning or leasing their cars? What did their overall debt look like? How did it compare to the "average" European debt? That picture gives no information. One picture from one city on one stretch of roadway in one instant of time will never generalize to all events. You appear as if you were driving down a highway that has high traffic volume. Statistically, you should see more larger vehicles. Like Reply 2d Edited It shows the asset side of the equation. And that's good enough for me. Like Reply 2d It merely shows that people from different cultures choose to spend their disposable income on different things Housing is generally more expensive in Europe. Land sure is. Like Reply 2d you've clearly never spent any significant time in Europe. Newsflash: those mini-fridges in the hotel rooms? Those aren't what most people use in their homes. I lived in Portugal for a year and a half, in 7 different houses, in 3 cities. ... See More 1 Like Reply 2d I saw some traffic jam Hwy Maybe your ConvNet might add 610, there something? Like Reply 1d By the way, if you felt the steak in Europe was too small when time you ordered it, why didn't you order two? Like Reply 1d you have to order two if you actually want to feel full. And even then the taste is bland. Like Reply 1d well the houses are smaller, smaller, the food is smaller and the gasoline is 3x more expensive, and as you say the roads are narrower. How does that translate to wealthier? If the average European could have an American standard of living and not have to the cars leave their family and friends im sure they would... Like Reply 1d So larger size means that what you're saying? How about obesity? wealthier, Like Reply 1d America is the only country in the world where our poor people are generally overweight (if that's not a sign of our tremendous wealth I don't know what is!). Like Reply 19h of pretty much every developed country nowadays. Not just America. Like Reply 18h the size differences you're noting generally have nothing to do with wealth differences. You're comparing sprawling suburban developments built in the last half century in the US against dense urban cities and streets that, in many cases, predat... See More Like Reply 17h OODDDE ENah, still not convinced at all. Streets in Manhattan or San Francisco are not much bigger than in Europe, but I'm pretty sure a typical NYCer would generate more money than their suburb neighbor with big houses no, that correlation doesn't really hold. the middle of nowhere in Texas, for instance. So Like Reply 12h At least we have that choice. I could live in an apartment in Manhattan and make way more money. But I chose to live in Texas because it's cheap and you can make decent money and raise a family. That's something else that's different too. If Europe's so rich how come none of the Europeans are having kids? At least in America we have an above replacement fertility rate... Like Reply 7h The average European lives in a tiny house, has one tiny car, and eats tiny portions of food. In the US your fridges would be an insult. Plus, no giant steaks. RAMPANT OBESITY IS A SIGN OF OUR TREMENDOUS WEALTH.
tiny house: August 20 at 11:10 AM
 Among large countries, the US is close "the richest in the world", but
 Americans sure aren't anywhere close to the richest people in the world.
 Clearly, the US political system is not working for the people.
 Wealth per adult:
 USA: mean: $494K # 3 ; Median: $62K # 18
 Canada: mean: $288K #7; Median: $106K #6
 France: mean: $208K #10 ; Median: $107K, # 5
 http://www.visualcapitalist.com/countries-wealth-per-capi...
 Median wealth per
 Country
 Rank
 Country
 Mean wealth per adult
 530.244
 # 1
 aSwitzerland
 Australia
 $191453
 $183.339
 Australia
 $411.060
 aSwitzerland
 United States
 $403.974
 Belgium
 $163.429
 Belgium
 $313.045
 $114.935
 ENetherlands
 $291.103
 I Norway
 IFrance
 $106.827
 New Zealand
 $289,798
 $106.342
 H Canada
 l Canada
 $288.263
 Japan
 $103.861
 # Denmark
 New Zealand
 $286,712
 $98,613
 United Kingdom
 Singapore
 $283.118
 $97.169
 I France
 #10
 $280.580
 Singapore
 $91.656
 $279048
 #11
 United Kingdom
 Spain
 $87,188
 $253.205
 $80.054
 ENetherlands
 Norway
 $249,765
 Sweden
 $79.239
 Italy
 $78.177
 a Hong Kong
 $244672
 Talwan
 Ireland
 $232.952
 Ireland
 $72.473
 $231.368
 =Austria
 $70.074
 Austria
 $65.463
 Japan
 $227.235
 x South Korea
 1 Italy
 STATIC.SEEKINGALPHA.COM 93
 United States
 $61.667
 #18
 $217,727
 = Denmark
 $60.999
 111 Comments 85 Share
 453
 Like
 Comment
 Share
 We need more Democracy so we can have $10/gal
 gasoline, VAT taxes, and socialized medicine. I've been to Europe.
 The average European lives in a tiny house, has one tiny car, and
 eats tiny portions of food. The average American has a much richer
 lifestyle on less money than anywhere else in the world. Your math
 is off
 Like Reply 2d
 ^ Hide 24 Replies
 l fear that considering one car, a small
 house, and healthy portions somehow inadequate is part of
 the problem afflicting the US to begin with!
 Like Reply 2d
 Your impression of Europe is either outdated or
 wrong (based on which country? When?).
 Like Reply 2d
 Haha eats tiny portions of food and has less
 abject obesity! More is better, supersize me, regardless of
 quality. That pictures a mindset.
 Like Reply 2d
 But I agree that physical goods are cheaper
 here. Euro for dollar pricing not I including taxes. But if you
 are an average joe there, you will rent, but your kids have a
 shot at education.
 Like Reply 2d
 You clearly don't know how the average
 American lives, l
 THE MEDIAN AMERICAN
 $36,000
 Yang
 Like Reply 2d
 Look out your window on the freeway. 90% of
 the cars are bigger than Europe. Ask a European how big
 their fridge is. In the US that fridge would be an insult. Then
 ask for a steak sometime in Europe and see what you get. By
 those 3 measures the average American is considerably more
 wealthy than the average European.
 Like Reply 2d Edited
 This is my view in Texas. No scooters. No
 mopeds. No sub compact mini Cooper's. Learn to trust your
 eyes and stop listening to bullshit statistics
 Like Reply 2d
 Switzerland, Turkey I all
 visited in the last year. Is there somewhere that has big
 trucks, cheap gasoline, and giants steaks? If so, I'd love to go
 there
 Like Reply 2d
 Right, "let circumstantial evidence from a single
 city in a single country serve as empirical data for a worldwide
 conclusion."
 I think your methodology might be flawed.
 (and scooters are just about the best way to beat traffic in
 Paris. I knew a high-ranking official who had a car and a
 driver provided to him by the government, but who preferred
 to use his scooter to get around. More efficient)
 (and why spend your money on a inconveniently huge SUV
 and gas when you can spend it on a 2nd home and 6 weeks
 of vacations?)
 (and Turkey is not in Europe. And the UK never really was).
 (fridge size is a matter of lifestyle and kitchen size. Fridges
 may be large in Texas suburbia, but not in your typical NYC
 apartment. Fridges in European suburbia are about as large
 as American ones. And many people have a separate
 freezer)
 (Oh, and the average French person spews 5 times less CO2
 in the atmosphere than the average American. Not (just)
 because their cars are more efficient. Not just because their
 high-speed trains are ubiquitous. But because 80% of
 electrical power is nuclear).
 2
 Like Reply 2d Edited
 how many of those people did you
 survey about owning or leasing their cars?
 What did their overall debt look like? How did it compare to
 the "average" European debt?
 That picture gives no information. One picture from one city
 on one stretch of roadway in one instant of time will never
 generalize to all events.
 You appear as if you were driving down a highway that has
 high traffic volume. Statistically, you should see more larger
 vehicles.
 Like Reply 2d Edited
 It shows the asset side of the equation. And
 that's good enough for me.
 Like Reply 2d
 It merely shows that people from different
 cultures choose to spend their disposable income on different
 things
 Housing is generally more expensive in Europe.
 Land sure is.
 Like Reply 2d
 you've clearly never spent
 any significant time in Europe.
 Newsflash: those mini-fridges in the hotel rooms? Those
 aren't what most people use in their homes. I lived in Portugal
 for a year and a half, in 7 different houses, in 3 cities.
 ... See More
 1
 Like Reply 2d
 I saw some traffic jam Hwy
 Maybe your ConvNet might add
 610, there
 something?
 Like Reply 1d
 By the way, if you felt the
 steak in Europe was too small when time you ordered it, why
 didn't you order two?
 Like Reply 1d
 you have to order two if you
 actually want to feel full. And even then the taste is bland.
 Like Reply 1d
 well the houses are smaller,
 smaller, the food is smaller and the gasoline is 3x
 more expensive, and as you say the roads are narrower. How
 does that translate to wealthier? If the average European
 could have an American standard of living and not have to
 the cars
 leave their family and friends im sure they would...
 Like Reply 1d
 So larger size means
 that what you're saying? How about obesity?
 wealthier,
 Like Reply 1d
 America is the only country
 in the world where our poor people are generally overweight
 (if that's not a sign of our tremendous wealth I don't know
 what is!).
 Like Reply 19h
 of pretty much every
 developed country nowadays. Not just America.
 Like Reply 18h
 the size differences you're noting
 generally have nothing to do with wealth differences. You're
 comparing sprawling suburban developments built in the last
 half century in the US against dense urban cities and streets
 that, in many cases, predat... See More
 Like Reply 17h
 OODDDE
 ENah, still not convinced at
 all. Streets in Manhattan or San Francisco are not much
 bigger than in Europe, but I'm pretty sure a typical NYCer
 would generate more money than their suburb neighbor with
 big houses
 no, that correlation doesn't really hold.
 the middle of nowhere in Texas, for instance. So
 Like Reply 12h
 At least we have that choice. I could live in an
 apartment in Manhattan and make way more money. But I
 chose to live in Texas because it's cheap and you can make
 decent money and raise a family. That's something else that's
 different too. If Europe's so rich how come none of the
 Europeans are having kids? At least in America we have an
 above replacement fertility rate...
 Like Reply 7h
The average European lives in a tiny house, has one tiny car, and eats tiny portions of food. In the US your fridges would be an insult. Plus, no giant steaks. RAMPANT OBESITY IS A SIGN OF OUR TREMENDOUS WEALTH.

The average European lives in a tiny house, has one tiny car, and eats tiny portions of food. In the US your fridges would be an insult....

tiny house: This ticks all of our tiny house dreams!
tiny house: This ticks all of our tiny house dreams!

This ticks all of our tiny house dreams!

tiny house: T I built a tiny house in minecraft :)
tiny house: T
I built a tiny house in minecraft :)

I built a tiny house in minecraft :)