Monday, August 04, 2003

Can't blame this on an HOA...
"After eight months of scouring Northern California for a slice of tranquility to purchase as his family's vacation property, Berkeley resident B. J. Miller found 40 acres deep in the El Dorado County wilderness. With the closest neighbor a quarter-mile away, Miller began settling into his corner of the wild. The troubles of the world, however, caught up with him. Sometime in the past two months, somebody stole everything inside Miller's house -- and then stole the house. "
As Thomas Hobbes said, life in a state of nature is solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short.
Read the story.