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We can all stop complaining about our mortgage payments, because at least they're paying for a roof and somewhere to plug in the TiVo. This parking space in Knightsbridge, U.K. only offers its owners a "very hard layer to park your car" for £80,000 or over $147,000 US. We hear Seinfeld and Leno have already put in bids.

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      Marlene O'Connell
      • 9 Years Ago
      All I want is "New Brakes" HUH!
      • 9 Years Ago
      Nice point, silk, thanks for the reality check.
      Stacy
      • 9 Years Ago
      Exuse me "Jizzle".... it's very nice of you to point out that you make a lot of money, however I'm quite sure no one on here gives a f***. There's nothing wrong with someone not having tons of money like yourself, maybe they're working their way up trying to get there. The fact that someone can't "fathom" a $150,000 house is not the point. Keep your ignorant comments to yourself, because you're most likely the only one that cares about them. Go drive your BMW off a cliff.
      • 9 Years Ago
      I offer the same advice I gave my freind who told me he was paying 750,000 for right to rent a one bedroom appartment in New York. Take $5,000. to move to someplace with sane prices invest the balance and retire, or at least work a lot less hours and telecomute. When people stop paying foolish prices for apartments and parking spaces the prices will come down. Same goes for real estate prices.
      • 9 Years Ago
      I do believe if you work hard and make a lot of money, you shouldn't be faulted for treating yourself. It's unfair for anyone to think that if you make a lot of money, you should give it all away. Everyone should help people in need, but it doesn't mean you have to impovrish yourself to be a good person. Look at Oprah Winfrey, she gives tons of money, and promotes so many organizations that help others. She also lives in a $50 Million mansion (among other places). Do you find her offensive? It's her right, she didn't steal it. People that fault her are just jealous.
      Nita
      • 9 Years Ago
      I really don't think that my viewpoint on things would change even if I made over a million a year. These values were instilled in me as a child and will be with me until I die. I cannot imagine paying THAT much for a freaking parking space. I would NEVER pay that for a freaking parking space. I would utilize public transportation. I guess that is the main reason I have never had a desire to be famous. I like being able to walk down the street whenever I want.
      Susan Roentz
      • 9 Years Ago
      Jizzle needs to use some of his money to take a course in spelling. Whinning?? Come on!!
      Joe
      • 9 Years Ago
      I agree with Rebecca from Oklahoma, that kind of money for a parking space only is foolish! Get real people, don't flaunt the money, help the needy and live life as it was meant to be lived instead of by greed.
      Lori
      • 9 Years Ago
      You people amaze me. I live in a small town in Va, But grew up in Fairfax. 20 min from D.C. Atleast back then. I can't imagine paying for a parking space. I just got over the fact that I have to pay a quarter to put air in my tire. I'm not considered poor, we give to a lot of charity. Maybe not as much as we could, but you always want to put some back just incase. I wouldn't live some where that I have to pay to park in! Unreal!!!
      • 9 Years Ago
      Never thought that would happen in the UK
      in Amsterdam they go for three times that
      price.
      • 9 Years Ago
      Must be nice to be rich.
      Bob
      • 9 Years Ago
      I have read, and believe, that one way to insure staying poor is to resent others having more than you do. If it makes you feel any better, just remember that we all take the same material things with us when we go: nothing!
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