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Posted by  Eddie on December 12, 2002 at 22:05:27:

... the most efficient, durable structures...

do... (or did) you know what a trullo is? (just curious)

...some are still standing after 2000 years.

Why aren't we building them today? (do we build our stick houses with life spans shorther than 100 years for the sake of growing our economy ?)

Managed obsolesence? IS THAT IT?!

I hate the crap, stick houses we're building today... it's like rent WITH repairs!

Can someone please help me build a trullo?

I have a beautiful lot... it has the potential to be a world class project....

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