The Hood White Guy Chronicles

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  1. RockMan

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    I am not white but that is how I feel.
     
  2. Servo

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    You're all trying to rationalize your degenerate McMansionism. I will admit however that it is possible to built suburbia correctly, but with our modern tastelessness, nihilistic contractors, and dearth of proud, artistic craftsmanship we will not see correctly built suburbia again in our lifetimes.

    This is suburbia done correctly:

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    This is the cheap gaudy shit that gets thrown up these days. For miles and miles and hours and hours from the job you commute to in the city. Don't tell me this guy likes the feeling of being in the country, he doesn't know his neighbors, doesn't fish or hunt, and doesn't know how to change a tire in his time between the 70 hour weeks in the drywall office.

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    Nah dude I'm talking about shit like this, small 90-125k houses in mixed neighborhoods (not literally this house, which is an abandoned Detroit house that is wrecked on the inside, just so you get a visual)

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    I was responding specifically to the side-track conversation about the merits of modern suburbia. It has nothing to do with swinging a cheap fun lifestyle in borderline sketchy neighborhoods that is the main focus of this thread.
     
  5. Servo

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    Speaking of getting sub-100k houses though, it is totally happening to the inner-ring east side suburbs in Cleveland. The pictures I posted of "suburbia done right" are in places going through this, you can pick up a house built in the 1920s with strong bones and great craftsmanship for like $80k. Will probably need fixing up and possibly an alarm system. The area is about 60% white now, 35% black, 5% everything else.
     
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    The McMansion craze really got into full swing in the 90s. I lived in a metro area that still had some surrounding rural and semi-rural spots. Within 10 years: gone. All the farmland and woods were gone, and replaced by cul-de-sacs of new, taupe McMansions with loft-ensconced bedrooms and vaulted living rooms, all on less than 2k square feet.

    There was something really soul-crushing about it. Back then, I resolved never to purchase a newly-built house, unless it's something non-standard, like an earthship, or earthbag house, or a log cabin.
     
  7. Servo

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    Oh yeah we had a tomato farm up the street from us before a strip mall got built on it. Travesty.
     
  8. Winbot

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    New home construction is going to continue on the McMansion route because there is no pool of young skilled laborers to draw from anymore so they are forced into horrific modular designs instead of requiring an ounce of craftsmanship. Coupled with homebuyers not minding the cheapest garbage materials possible you arrive at the inevitability of McMansions.

    You could easily argue Hood White Guy lifestyle is among the "greenest" since your commute times are drastically reduced and you are not destroying forests to continue the sprawl. In a way it's a perverted specter of what American suburban life used to be and what it would still be today if it wasn't for diversity. At least 50% of the carbon emissions created in the United States is done during the populace's mission to avoid Googles.
     
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    I've seen renovation projects on houses like these, as long as crackheads weren't living in it it's usually salvageable. New roof/windows, usually the interior drywall and fixtures ... it still comes out to quite a bit less than a new home especially if you're working on something sub 2500sqft. The designs of these homes were based around large families too so you can often end up with a 4+ bedroom in the same size as a modern 3 bedroom. Today people (even kids) expect gigantic bedrooms with their own bathroom which I've never understood.
     
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    Yeah it really is about avoiding Googles. None of you would choose to live in a cardboard box 45 minutes - 1.5 hours outside downtown when you could live in a cross-timber mini castle 20 minutes from downtown if it weren't for Googles, be honest with yourselves.
     
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    My hope is that as 110+ IQ white men realize that college is a business and that there are simply too many "educated" people, they'll go into skilled trades and we'll have more craftsmen who can build neighborhoods that appeal to the Germanic man's soul again. Those jobs already pay better than a lot of deskwork.
     
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    Generation Shitlord can't afford the upkeep on all the McMansions their parents will leave behind. Those houses last 20-30 years before BIG problems start up and they are money pits from that point on. Metro Detroit experienced the McMansion craze before almost everyone else because of the riots and sprawl, so we have quite a few built in the 80's and even very late 70's. These houses are a nightmare to keep up, usually the owner keeps them looking OK on the outside with fresh landscaping but physically the homes are rapidly degenerating as mother nature swiftly reclaims the abomination.

    So fast forward to 2025 or so, do we really expect millennial who are making 20k/yr now (with low projections for growth by then) to buy these in their 30's and 40's? There's no chance. We are going to see a gigantic wave of renewed interest in small ranches and bungalows that are ideally not out in the middle of nowhere since less people will own a car of their own.

    Diversity can and will move aside when this happens, we are already seeing a very slow but steady exodus of Googles from the rustbelt going down south to live with their extended families. Why is this? Because younger Americans are forced into lower income neighborhoods, their mere presence increases the property values (and taxes) of the area and schvartzes are incapable of the baseline level of fiscal responsibility required to afford living in a semi or mostly white neighborhood.

    I'm not even addressing the elephant in the room, the insane amount of divorces among white couples today that will deny their children any significant level of inheritance. The main economic "boon" of divorce is transferring wealth from the children (inheritance held by the father in limbo) back to the mother so she can spend it on travel and chinese plastic stuff. Forget about most kids inheriting a big house or the funds to buy one. In the near future McMansion neighborhoods will become the new slums, Googles will move into them (probably as renters) as they are liquidated, they'll all be falling apart but they don't care they just want to live in a big house.

    This is my face when I see the monthly expenses for a drywall palace

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    The exodus of Googles to the South is a great thing. It leaves hope for older inner-ring suburbs and the beautiful houses they contain to be reclaimed. I remember Mike Enoch blackpilled me a little bit on this, NYC has its own suburbs like Cleveland's Shaker/Cleveland Heights and Detroit's Grosse Pointe and was talking about how those beautiful houses are falling into disrepair as the area becomes blacker and blacker. Literally the only upside at present is that someone who wants to be a "hood white guy" can scoop those houses up for under 100k.
     
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    We white house now

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    Those are some mighty fine specimens of whiteness.
     

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