Putting Vacant Houses To Use

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Vol 45 Issue 12

Oh No, Performers Coming Into Audience

PITTSBURGH—"Their smiles are so big," a female theatergoer said while pretending to look for something in her purse. "Why does that one have a cordless microphone? Is he going to try to talk to us?"
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Putting Vacant Houses To Use

With one in nine housing units in the United States unoccupied, many people are breaking into empty homes and using them for their own purposes. How are squatters taking advantage of this new glut of vacancies?

Testing out new color scheme before committing to it in own dining room

Finally rewarding RealDolls for their years of service by giving them a place of their own

Taking a shower, leaving towels all over the floor, then going home and telling no one

Reenacting scene from The Goonies where they discover the abandoned restaurant

Filling it up with marijuana, smoking out the chimney

Not doing anything at all; it would hurt American capitalism

One house for spaghetti, the other house for sauce

Using them as homes

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