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The House from Full House is now Renting for $14k a Month

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Have mercy! You thought your rent was expensive! Friend of the site Christine Borkowski just sent me this link to a craigslist posting where the “Full House” house is being rented for $13,950!

This 2985 square foot, 3 bedroom/3.5 bathroom, comes with the extra added bonus of knowing that you make more money than god, the devil, and Mark Zuckerberg combined.

I really don’t know what else I’m supposed to say about this other than it’s fucking insane. Considering the Federal Poverty Level is $11,880 for individuals, whoever moves in will be paying more than 45 million Americans make in a year.

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I guess the only good news is that the new tenants won’t have to live with Uncle Joey and his weird ass Bullwinkle impressions.

Please see our other hard hitting journalism about Full House here and here.

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