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Jayzen Freeze 12 year s ago
If you are in a wheelchair or use crutches like me that is a place I can never go. 36
       
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wesna80 12 year s ago
this is under all rules in architecture and most of them hardly could be called houses or object, these are more like double layered walls with air space between layers.

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mominco 12 year s ago
too bad they didn't show the inside
       
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diegopol 12 year s ago
crazy people
       
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Peanut 12 year s ago
You would have be very thin to accommodate the non-existent space.
       
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Bob 12 year s ago
to #5 so in over words and american 35 wont be able to fit in
       
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not suitable for big-size ppl
       
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huffaker trimble insurance 12 year s ago
Great read! I wish you could follow up on this topic???

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insurance institutes 11 year s ago
I wonder just what Tyree can do about that :)


       
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zahadum 11 year s ago
they do them because big cities haven't got anymore space to buil.they are trying now to build artificial islands in the water and build on them cause tokyo ond other cities are packed
       
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