I took this today at lunch. There was a cavalcade of trucks and peeps hauling crap away. I wonder if that huge vacuum is sucking the last vestiges of Feng shui out of the place? I didn’t know we had a ‘Bad Karma’ removal company in Sioux Falls.

6 Thoughts on “Everything and the kitchen sink

  1. If my memory serves me right, the owners of this home didn’t want the driveway and garage on the north side due to Feng shul…. So maybe it will be best to begin the demolition on the south side of the home so that the north side can collapse onto it and not the neighbor’s home… But can you manipulate Feng shul when it comes to bringing down the north side, or will the north side be the last stand, or a shot from a dying soldier, to this whole controversy? 🙁

  2. matt johnson on June 6, 2018 at 8:03 pm said:

    saw some restore trucks there Tuesday (Habitat for Humanity) are you going to tell them not to accept donations

  3. l3wis on June 6, 2018 at 8:11 pm said:

    I think it is great instead of just throwing them away. My assumption is that insurance probably said it was ok to do that.

  4. l3wis on June 7, 2018 at 8:36 am said:

    Cameraman Bruce will be filming the demo today.

  5. D@ily Spin on June 7, 2018 at 10:31 am said:

    City zoning giveth and taketh away. I realize this became a state court decision with historic district consideration. Fundamentally, the city was involved with approving the plans and inspections during construction. They should have advised if there were historic district issues and adjoining land law issues. Do not trust city government. Better yet live and build in Canton where the fire chief lives.

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