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  15-Jan-11, 10:56   #21
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midnight1954 

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sounds good for them I have 3 and they love living here in Killen , we live in a cottaqge well 2 that were joined together sometime ago in a small village , all around is plenty of land for them to hunt, on a good day in the summer they bring home 5 to 10 mice a day even though I dont want them!! ah well cats will be cats,lol

     
  15-Jan-11, 17:43   #22
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DaMessiah666 

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I only have a flat with two floors and with a exterior terrace. In Barcelona, flats are incredibly expensive, is impossible to buy a house with garden if you want to be close to the city. Both of you have big houses so, or in your countries houses are cheaper or you are millionaires!

Posted by Pjot:
Thanks man! This might be the best advice I have, to this day, got here on BRM!
Worship Worship Worship

By the way .... did it work?

     
  15-Jan-11, 17:46   #23
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midnight1954 

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be nice to be rich, but nope I am not, but happy!

     
  16-Jan-11, 09:57   #24
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Pjot 
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Posted by DaMessiah666:
I only have a flat with two floors and with a exterior terrace. In Barcelona, flats are incredibly expensive, is impossible to buy a house with garden if you want to be close to the city. Both of you have big houses so, or in your countries houses are cheaper or you are millionaires!

Posted by Pjot:
Thanks man! This might be the best advice I have, to this day, got here on BRM!
Worship Worship Worship

By the way .... did it work?

I havn't tried it yet. The old cables are so chopped up it's no use trying to save them, but when I get new cables, they will be protected with your method!

As for the house, no I ain't rich. The prizes for houses, and apartments in the mayor cities in Sweden are very very high. But as soon as you get out on the countryside, it's a totally different matter. In the north of Sweden, I've been told, you can get a small house for like 10000 $. But not many people want to live there. In the middle of Sweden, where I reside, you can get a decent house for like 80 000 $. But then there is probably some work to be done on it.

Our house, as I wrote, is quite big. But there is four different apartments in it, which we rent out, so the house pretty much pays for itself, with the heating, water electricity, insurance and so on. All we do is pay for the loans. And they will eventually be paid off, so once you pay the initial investment, it's a sweet deal. There is some work involved, a lot of walls to be painted and a lot of roof to be fixed, but since my usual job is by the computer, it feels pretty good to do something with your hands.

So, just as midnight: not rich, but happy. Smile

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  16-Jan-11, 11:45   #25
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midnight1954 

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sounds like a good set up, we love our cottage but the recent heating fuel price rise really stung , up to 67 pence a litre and when you have to buy 1400 litres to fill up the tank its nasty,lol, even if we burn logs in the solid fuel fire we have its still costly plus the petrols up again and we cant operate without a car so thats another burden, but we manage , we still manage some luxuries (alcohol,poker) lol ,and like I said we are happy so cant complain to much , plus living in the highlands is worth the cost,

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  16-Jan-11, 16:15   #26
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xxxbchxxx 

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nice post...lol
I like it...hahaha
Big Smile

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nice little pad you have there

     
  17-Jan-11, 08:33   #27
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Pjot 
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Posted by midnight1954:
the recent heating fuel price rise really stung


Tell me about it! The heating for the month of december (including hot water): almost 1700 $!!! Sad Sad Sad

Feels like losing three BI:s in a row....

Edit: There she is. Ain't she purdy?! Shining like a new dime in the sun... Painted the whole thing myself. (Well, with a little help from my pop.)




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  17-Jan-11, 09:12   #28
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midnight1954 

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very impressive makes my cottage look like a cave,lol, ah well at least I dont have 1700$ a month to worry about 240£ is more than enough thx,lol,

     
  17-Jan-11, 09:42   #29
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Pjot 
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Posted by midnight1954:
very impressive makes my cottage look like a cave,lol, ah well at least I dont have 1700$ a month to worry about 240� is more than enough thx,lol,

1700$ (almost) is the highest ever, since december was such a cold month. 1000 is like the usual amount during the winter, and 100 $ during the summer. But it sure did hurt... Aww crap!

Your cottage looked real cosy with the cat in the window and all... Smile

     
  17-Jan-11, 10:05   #30
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midnight1954 

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lol,, yes bills bills bills, nightmare,,, yes that is meesha peering out at my partner who took the pic clearing snow, she and all the rest of them follow him like dogs, lol,, she wasnt happy being kepted in but he was also seeing to our chickens, fancy birds polands there called,, and meesha is a killer not to be trusted!!lol

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  17-Jan-11, 10:35   #31
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DaMessiah666 

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Posted by Pjot:
In the middle of Sweden, where I reside, you can get a decent house for like 80 000 $. But then there is probably some work to be done on it.

My god ... i don't pay a quarter of my flat with that!! I'd like prizes were similar here ... Sad


Posted by Pjot:
Tell me about it! The heating for the month of december (including hot water): almost 1700 $!!! Sad Sad Sad

WTF!!! I haven't put the heating on in all of the year! Well ... twice I think, one day that my mother came to my home Smile We are a little cold ( ~15C degree ) but we save some money Blink

Posted by Pjot:
Edit: There she is. Ain't she purdy?! Shining like a new dime in the sun... Painted the whole thing myself. (Well, with a little help from my pop.)

This is your house!??? That's not a house ... it's a castle! My god!!!

     
  17-Jan-11, 13:02   #32
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oliver082298 

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just be carefull next time... okay???

     
  17-Jan-11, 13:04   #33
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Pjot 
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Posted by midnight1954:
lol,, yes bills bills bills, nightmare,,, yes that is meesha peering out at my partner who took the pic clearing snow, she and all the rest of them follow him like dogs, lol,, she wasnt happy being kepted in but he was also seeing to our chickens, fancy birds polands there called,, and meesha is a killer not to be trusted!!lol

Nice looking birds! Big Smile Do you eat them, or just keep the for eggs/company?

I'm going to try to get a picture of my cats in to this computer, so I can upload it. I don't take much photos (the one on the house is by my mother), but I think there are a couple of the cats somewhere. Might take a week or two, though. I have to move the pictures between computers, and so on...

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Posted by DaMessiah666:
Posted by Pjot:
In the middle of Sweden, where I reside, you can get a decent house for like 80 000 $. But then there is probably some work to be done on it.

My god ... i don't pay a quarter of my flat with that!! I'd like prizes were similar here ... Sad

It's the same here in Sweden. If you live in a large city, Stockholm, Gothenburg, etc, it is _really_ expensive.

Posted by Pjot:
Tell me about it! The heating for the month of december (including hot water): almost 1700 $!!! Sad Sad Sad

WTF!!! I haven't put the heating on in all of the year! Well ... twice I think, one day that my mother came to my home Smile We are a little cold ( ~15C degree ) but we save some money Blink
You are a lucky man... Sad

Posted by Pjot:
Edit: There she is. Ain't she purdy?! Shining like a new dime in the sun... Painted the whole thing myself. (Well, with a little help from my pop.)

This is your house!??? That's not a house ... it's a castle! My god!!!

It is! The house you can almost see there, to the right, is also ours. It's a garage and storagehouse, and so on.

My motto is: "A house, is a house. Two houses, that's a f*ckin empire!!"

Edited by Pjot (17 January 2011 @ 13:28 GMT)


     
  19-Jan-11, 09:39   #34
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midnight1954 

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lol,, well I hope your empire exspands my friend , but be careful power currupts and absolute power currupts absolutely, I just hope all this empire building does not go to your head and you begin exspanding or even invading your nieghbours , we have sharpened our spears and the dogs are hungry so dont be thinking of coming our way Pjot!!!

     
  20-Jan-11, 14:03   #35
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Pjot 
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Posted by midnight1954:
lol,, well I hope your empire exspands my friend , but be careful power currupts and absolute power currupts absolutely, I just hope all this empire building does not go to your head and you begin exspanding or even invading your nieghbours , we have sharpened our spears and the dogs are hungry so dont be thinking of coming our way Pjot!!!

Don't worry. I was thinking of first marching on Poland. Then turning west, to deal with France and the Benelux-countries. After that, Russian. And then... who knows? Big Smile

     
  20-Jan-11, 14:08   #36
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gsarca 

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Posted by Pjot:
Posted by midnight1954:
lol,, well I hope your empire exspands my friend , but be careful power currupts and absolute power currupts absolutely, I just hope all this empire building does not go to your head and you begin exspanding or even invading your nieghbours , we have sharpened our spears and the dogs are hungry so dont be thinking of coming our way Pjot!!!

Don't worry. I was thinking of first marching on Poland. Then turning west, to deal with France and the Benelux-countries. After that, Russian. And then... who knows? Big Smile


Count me in, as a maybe :O (spain Tongue)

     
  20-Jan-11, 14:16   #37
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Pjot 
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Posted by gsarca:
Posted by Pjot:
Posted by midnight1954:
lol,, well I hope your empire exspands my friend , but be careful power currupts and absolute power currupts absolutely, I just hope all this empire building does not go to your head and you begin exspanding or even invading your nieghbours , we have sharpened our spears and the dogs are hungry so dont be thinking of coming our way Pjot!!!

Don't worry. I was thinking of first marching on Poland. Then turning west, to deal with France and the Benelux-countries. After that, Russian. And then... who knows? Big Smile


Count me in, as a maybe :O (spain Tongue)

Big Smile

Meanwhile I can help you if you have some internal problems in your hosehold?

     
  20-Jan-11, 14:21   #38
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duck_1991 

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Posted by midnight1954:

ah i see! burn them like you do with duck ,ok, sounds like a good idea but I am afraid that I like my cats to much to eat them, plus I need them to keep the mice away, or do you suggest I eat the mice as well?

ducks ? :-s

     
  21-Jan-11, 08:36   #39
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midnight1954 

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marching on Poland then France my my you do have ambitions, if I was you I would try and contain your self, in other words behave!! or you might be recieving a visit from some angry Poles and there frriends,lol,,,

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ducks? , yes there luvly, pluck them then get a blowtorch and singe the skin, this gets rid of the down ,, then straight into the oven, nice cranberry sauce?

     
  21-Jan-11, 10:05   #40
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Pjot 
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Posted by midnight1954:
marching on Poland then France my my you do have ambitions, if I was you I would try and contain your self, in other words behave!! or you might be recieving a visit from some angry Poles and there frriends,lol,,,



Hm... Yes, I have been told that this approach doesn't necesarily work out for everybody. But hey, you gotta take your chanes. Go all in once in a while.
Cool

     
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