We explore
the history of San Diego housing development over the course of the last 40
years and how we ended up in this housing crisis.  It was interesting to retrace our memories of
development in the 70s, 80s and 90s as communities in Mira Mesa, Rancho Penasquitos,
Scripps Ranch and Carmel Valley were developed. 
We then get into the idea of working from anywhere where you can use
technology to work remotely 100% of the time. 
We discuss a variety of different scenarios, the positive impact on our
freeways and climate, the economic benefit to companies and the financial and
lifestyle rewards for employees.  I also
share highlights of my recent Facebook marketing campaign to grow the podcast

We also
touched on so many topics and people including Labor Day, recycling, Butte,
Montana, mining, ancestry, DNA test, County Cork, Munster, Ireland,
immigration, walls, George Chamberlin, Poway Chamber, San Diego North Chamber,
San Diego State, Aztecs, David Leland, Weber St, protesters, progressives,
MAGA, Trump, Twin Peaks, Pomerado, Steve Vaus, KUSI, Poway Parade, Poway,
pooper scoopers, Dave Rubin, Rubin Report, UCSD, La Jolla, UTC, Genesee
Highlands, Clairemont, Canyonside Fields, Black Mountain Rd, Mira Mesa Blvd,
Camino Ruiz, NIMBY, regulation, zoning, Poway Rd., Stoneridge, Granny Flats,
SANDAG, EVs, mass transit, Google Hangouts, Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google
Slides, Fortran 77, minimum wage, climate change.

#HousingCrisis #WorkfromHome #LaptopLifestyle #WorkAnywhere

#Life #Liberty
#PursuitofHappiness #FreeSpeech #FreeTrade



How did San Diego Housing become so Dire?

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Kent Stuver
– Internet Marketing Consultant – Work from Anywhere Example


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