Recently, everyone in DC has been hopping on the bandwagon to bash an extensive redevelopment of a 2-story rowhouse into a 5-story condominium. Headlines make liberal use of middle finger references, with photo angles to match the description.
In the comments of one PoPville post on the house, a representative from DC’s
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A Tiny Day in the Jackson Hole Backcountry – by Tristan Greszko.
I had posted this in my Google Reader feed last week, but I feel it’s deserving of a post. Skiing is a hobby of mine. Though I love living in DC, it doesn’t offer the same kinds of winter recreation opportunities, nor do the
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Taking photos from Dwell and other such modern housing magazines and subverting their meaning with snarky captions can be quite entertaining.
It was comforting to know that the neighbors had stopped speaking.
You can come out when you can properly explain the differences between Modernist architecture and postmodern ornamentation.