- Oct 27, 2017
Your all cancelled, officially, i will be in touch with the cancelor to put it through
If you actually listen to him talk about it, he's worried that his career might be transitory and wants a more stable source of income if it doesn't work out
Ok I'll play along. What's morally wrong with what he did? Do you believe that a homeowner that rents out his home is morally obligated to do so in perpetuity? What if he needs to sell the house? What then?
Please. I really hate when threads are literally started with just twitter posts. Lazy and more often than not false information.
play along by reading my post again i specifically wrote the first few words because i didn't want to get into an argument about the morality of what he did. laws aren't morality so in an argument about morality, saying something was legal means nothing.
It's caused major housing shortages and abuses by landlords against current tenets in order to force them out to transition to more profitable short-term AirBnB renting and because the law literally exists to place limits on behavior including how properties are rented? Did that answer your question?
Ok cool, so you're just playing devil's advocate for the fuck of it and don't have anything to contribute. BTW, I never said it was good or bad. It just...is.
Can't speak for the person you are responding to, but I was thinking the issue was turning it into an AirBnB in particular.
You're trying to hard, the person you quoted was literally only pointing out that the legality of the action isn't what was being litigated.