Inhabitantless

Thinking about the homelessness problem in the US from a different perspective

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This house used to be part of a family farm in Gilbert, AZ. As the housing market grew at such an outrageous rate at the beginning of this century it became more lucrative to sell dirt than it was to sell life-sustaining produce. Then the bubble burst. The market crashed. Millions became broke, and hundreds of thousands became homeless, essentially overnight. Now this house sits alone on a ten-acre dirt lot, collecting dust and filth, and failing to remind us of our mistakes.
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