Woodworking: Theory of relativity: Calculating rental prices
The first apartment I ever rented was a brand-new item in Bowling Green, Ohio, circa 1960.
It had a kitchen, two bedrooms, a living room, a walk-in closet and a bathroom.
It was one block from campus, and it sported floors made of particle board and linoleum.
It was new and it was a dump, having been built singlehandedly from scrap lumber and asphalt siding by an 80-year-old retired preacher.
It cost $35 a month.