Well, if they are as correct about the homes as they are about the high school, then the homes certainly were built cheaply. I'd bet a billion bucks that the same people denying today's homes are often built cheaply are the same ones who say school districts do not routinely overspend the taxpayers' money.(There is a difference between lavish and functionally strong.)Kinda funny. I'd bet a million bucks that all the same people complaining about things being built cheaply have been complaining about the high school being built too lavishly.
You just can't make some people happy. LMAO!!!
R.I.P.: Ronald Reagan