Why don't they build straight streets in these suburbs?
Don't know but we have some of these stupid suburbs too.
I know I know, it makes sense to build them like this, better than the mess old European town are, but still this is too much copy paste
Tell me American, serious question, in suburbs like this are the insides of each house the same ? Like if you go to you neighbour's home for the first time you'll already know where the bathroom is ?
>buy worlthless land from federal government for a couple of pennies per acre
>build cardboard houses that won't last 100 years
>sell to gullible whites at insane profit margins
And you people still wonder why Jews have so much money.
>Like if you go to you neighbour's home for the first time you'll already know where the bathroom is ?
It probably depends from place to place, but typically there is a set of pre-designed floorplans which you can pick from
Thank you I always wondered
thats going to be strudier and better insulated than drywall shit.
Those suburbs are basically one step up from a trailer park. You buy a lot and live in a flimsy structure
t. have lived in both
We should move underground, live in underground well insulated buildings with our lawns on our roofs. It just makes so much sense.
1. In your photo's instance, it would be to reduce visibility to the outside desert if you were standing in any given street and looked at the far-ends. The curving pattern obscures such view at most inner-positions.
2. Because the designers and managers of these projects want to give off a more natural-acculumative appearance of these sub-urbs to appeal to people who want the "small town" / "gud ol' days" feel. Grid-lock straight streets are obvious to many as being wholey industrial design and not individualistic.
These houses in these sub-urbs (really just neighborhoods) were all designed and built together at once. So it isn't like they were built over time and stores and schools started popping up to accommodate them. And project-managers behind these projects often put these neighborhoods away from popular center areas of towns and cities onto cheaper land to reduce cost.
I would hate growing up here
I like my town where I can think "hey I'll walk to the next village; hey I'll have a stroll in the wineyards; I'm going to the river swim a bit" that was all my childhood
Not "hey lemme step outside...Aaand there's only dust and I'm already sunburnt"
Also playing in the mess that are old Euro streets
So yeah tb.h this is kinda depressing
They pipe up groundwater from an aquifer faster than it gets replenished and use it to fill swimming pools, water grass, and in rural areas grow cheap animal feed.
Pic related, it shows how far the ground in California has sunk from depleting the groundwater supply.
>What's the purpose of this?
Insulation, more stable temperature and humidity.
You could build only partially submerged and even still have windows lining the walls by the ceiling if you are a normie who likes sunshine.
Also tornado resistant, earthquake resistant, zombie resistant.
About the only thing that would be bad news, is a flood.
Its mainly energy/space savings. Cheaper to maintain a comfortable climate, and you can have your lawn on your roof, so for example, in the exact same space of the OP image, with the exact same size houses, all those people could actually have big lawns to enjoy as well.
There is no real drawback i can think of, you cant even argue cost since it would probably cut the air conditioning bill in half not to live in a heat leaky above ground structure in the middle of the desert, surely recovering all added construction expenses within just a few years.
We make all your almonds :^)
Dont worry, we have hollywood on our side, if we go down the jews will samson option
The desert shall bloom or humanity will die trying. Praise california. Praise
I usually give them the bourgeois stare, say nothing and keep walking. They'll mutter something like "white devil" under their breath but theyve never had the balls to say it to my face.
No, that doesn't make it any less stupid to unsustainably spend massive amounts of water on rice paddies in a fucking DESERT.
generally its impossible to live in the western part of the country (the part that was developed and built after cars became a thing) with out a car.
The eastern parts of the country tend to have more europeaney layouts with corner stores and such.
Also parts of the west do as well.
The city i live in in CA started out as a small town, the older parts of town are still what you would probably see as normal, corner stores and schools and such mixed in among houses, next to the main street with a bunch of old shops on it, and the governmental administration buildings and a few parks not far from there.
But the vast majority of people who live in the western part of the country live more than a mile away from the nearest store of any kind.
I live 'close' to a store, it only takes me about a half hour to walk there. This is novel where i live.
A lot of that shit does need to be cut, we already have good rice being made in Texas and Arkansas.
yuroçucks mental retardation and general complete lack of understanding complex issues pain me day after day
arbitrarily defined state borders, open your mind, w/e senpatachi I'm too high and bored to repeat the same rhetoric
/int/ is the worst and least creative board on the entire websight
It's rice you pop into the microwave for 90 seconds. It's not as bad as you might think, but it's extremely lazy and pointless.
Why bother when you can simply walk outside your apartment door and be surrounded by world class cuisine from all corners of the planet
I'm not going to lie lad, I didn't understand a word nor why you jimmies are rustled
Are you him >>54949368 ?
The rest of /fr/ would argue it's a shit general but when compared to hilo latino, /brit/ and basically all the biggest general it's alright. There are ups and down tho
Here's some instant rice I've prepared in 90 seconds just now.
It's OK, only really preferable if you're in a pinch and low on time. The lighting conditions aren't optimal to demonstrate the individual grain fidelity so it looks worse than it actually is. It's not a moist, clumped together mess I mean.
It's a lot more expensive, but the reasoning behind it is convenience vs price, that's how most people purchase food in this country . My job requires me to travel a lot, so I have a bunch of cans of soup set away for when I don't feel like eating fast food or hotdogs. I could buy a bag of raw rice if I wanted to, but then I'd just waste a lot time cooking it instead of finding a microwave and having a tupperware container full of food in 3 minutes
What's wrong with alcohol to cure crippling depression?
Because redditards like taking pictures of alcohol and DUDE WEED LMAO with their food so that other reddit shits think they're cool