George Boscoe: A Short History of Property Management in the Placer Kingdom


“Oh Sire, there is trouble in our lands,” Bureacacy said.

“What matters?” asked Lord Guffawson.

“Oh Lord, the victims are all mad, they’re sleeping in their RVs, cars, and camping in state parks. They’re mixing their unwashed kids with ours, there’s lineups at laundromats, it’s all ok. bad, we don’t know what to do anymore. The victims claim that it’s all due to a shortage of housing and we have so many empty cabins here in East Placer, how can that be?”



“There, there, Bureaucracy, calm down, Lord Guffawson will take care of all these problems with one moratorium.”

And it was a moratorium. All the Lechers, that is, snatching money, were forced to stop renting their properties to tourists and pay more attention to local victims.



It so happened that Lord Guffawson had more to say on the matter and he said that we will repair these Lechers for our own use. You Bureaucracy must demand that Lechers be licensed, licensed and inspected and then we will limit the number of short-term rentals in our realm so that victims can leave their motorhomes for Lechers’ holiday homes and live happily ever after. still. Their children and clothes will be privately washed, and everyone will be happy.

But soon another edict came from the pen of Lord Guffawson, a requirement that the Lechers rent their holiday homes for at least 30 nights a year or give up all their permits and get no income. The bureaucracy asked Lord Guffawson why he imposed quotas on the Lechers. “Because I can,” answered the Lord. Quotas are always good for achieving state goals, look how well they worked in Russia and China. “But Lord, won’t you force the Lechers to rent on the black market and circumvent all your efforts?” asked the bureaucracy.

George Boscoe lives in Soda Springs

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