As I look toward retiring abroad, I have to keep an open mind. Where do I get the best bang-for-my-buck? And in that search, it became obvious that the cheapest places are also the scariest…or are they?
Think of how much space I could have building a place there. No pesky neighbors trying to peek into my windows because their property is so close to mine it cannot be avoided. There are no pesky neighbors because we have already bombed and leveled everything there. That certainly simplifies the home inspection since I’d be starting from a bare foundation and a bit of shrapnel cleanup.
I wouldn’t have to work here either. I could just tap into the endless “aid” money by claiming I’m revitalizing the country through my gentrification efforts…
Easy upkeep. Nothing seems to grow there so I don't have to worry about weeding...
The great thing about living in North Korea is that you can forget about bill collectors or email spam following you! That’s right. Assuming you can get in, nothing else will be able to. Word has it their leader is a Dennis Rodman fan so my approach is to show up at the border armed with a bunch of Rodman memorabilia. Can’t be that expensive…I mean, come on, it’s Dennis Rodman!
Look at the bright side. The coast line is beautiful but bereft with pirates stealing from every boat that gets within a 100 miles of the place. Fortunately for me I don’t have a boat and they would certainly clear out the place from irritating tourists arriving on some mega-stuffed cruise ship!
There are no regulations preventing me from working in country if I wanted to. That’s because there are no regulations at all. I can just purchase one of the many prevalent soviet-made weapons and do like everyone else in the country; rob for whatever I happen to need. This could be so much less hassle than having to actually work should I need to down the road.