If I had mercury dime for every person who thinks having a lawn that looks like a football field is the height of success and/or happiness, I'd be able to stop buying PM's. out of my own pocket.Depends on what you call the worst, Penn. I probably have the worst house in the neighborhood. Needs paint, not real pretty, I don't keep up my huge lawn, trees are among the weeds.
But then again, unlike my neighbors, I own it outright. Some of the ugly is indeed sustainable power, and water collection, I don't have to pay bills, and I have the coolest toys there are.
So what's worst? How it looks outside? Some of my ex-neighbors once asked me how I could live like this, and not own a mcMansion like they did. Well the bank owned their house then, and now owns it again, as it crumbles because banks are not very good at real estate, truth be told, and now I could ask them, if I ever saw them again - how could you live like that?
In other words, it ain't a simple question.