Around the Home and in the Backyard: A Memoir of Heartbreak, Healing, and.. Regarding one other one of your points – “You also don’t bear in mind the declining price of inexperienced technologies” – the point applies to some but not all technologies. Moreover, future prices are exhausting to foretell. Cellulose insulation hasn’t gotten cheaper over the last 30 years; nor have alternative home windows. The price of these items has tracked total inflation charges, or maybe increased at a sooner price.
To make a long story brief, while I was in correspondence with Dr. Terry Alford, a history professor at Northern Virginia Neighborhood College and a Sales space historian (his biography of John Wilkes Sales space will quickly go to print) he directed me to a manuscript written by John T. Ford (who built and owned the theatres named after him in Baltimore and Washington) housed on the Maryland … Read More