Oregon Town For Sale | Amazing Tiller, Oregon





Oregon Town For Sale | Amazing Tiller, Oregon


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It wonn't be long before we start seeing whole towns on the market in
California too. People in Oregon and California are scrambling to leave
those social communist-run states as fast as they can. Those left-wing,
tyrannical state governments make it impossible for anybody to live there!
Who produced this video and did the VO work please? It's outstanding and I am interested in possible collaboration.
Holy shit, an unincorporated piece of land. If someone bought that land and kept it unincorporated, that right there could be a new free country. Yes, small, but federal and state government could have NO control over the people on that property since it's not incorporated.
no mistake , Sam Elliot, bad ass..
Oh, what would I do for superior credit!
way amına goyum tam beton yığmalık, dedi sığır adam
Take a check? I'm short on cash...
My grandparents homesteaded close to there. Some of the happiest times of my life were spent in the mountains and streams around Tiller.
BSE
What's that accent from?
how much.
Schitt's Creek? ;-}
Great Video. I've heard this song before. I can't remember where. Does anybody know?
if i had the 4 million i'd love to buy this rural area town "tiller oregon"
Ok being serious it's up for 4 million I think ? Is that price fixed or open to offers ?
It makes you wonder who the town went bankrupt to, who now owns the lean and is trying to sell it off. Could be the state of Oregon or perhaps Chase bank. Oregon has been selling off state owned lands lately because it's budgets are way under water. But banks normally hang onto land until inflation due to their money printing allows them to exit properties at a "profit".
I could see Uncle Jethro humping cousin Sally through the fence
I wonder how many millions this goes for?
RIP Big Jim Hunt/Red Dog


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