The Contemporary Home as a Microcosm of Postmodernist Failure

  • It’s becoming less accessible for average Americans to own a home.
  • Old homes might have leaks, electrical issues, plumbing problems.
  • Homes in certain parts of our country, like the Dixie south, were built with slave labor.
These types of homes pockmark Austin, and perhaps every major city in America.

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Author, Yogi, and Lead Crypto Game Writer in Austin, TX. Greg-Larson.com

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Author, Yogi, and Lead Crypto Game Writer in Austin, TX. Greg-Larson.com

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