WASHINGTON -- Do you like the idea of D.C.'s new micro-condos?
D.C. Mud reported this week that The Wharf -- the $2 billion development planned for...
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Due to an unfortunate urban incident, Josh had lost all of his furniture. Leaving town for a week of work training, he handed me a credit card, gave me a small budget and said, "I trust you. I'd like a place to sleep and sit when I get back."
Whether or not neutrinos can move faster than the speed of light, there will always be complicated physics problems involved in trying to live efficiently, stylishly and comfortably in a small space.
Given that the team's super-rich owners used taxpayer subsidies to help finance their gilded ballpark, it serves them right that they're losing some revenue.
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