Last week The New York Times ran a piece about dog houses - or better,
dog mansions - that indicate that the real estate market is coming back
to life again. I mean if people can afford to pay $12,000 or more for a
dog house, it must bode well for the entire market, am I wrong? The
thing is, however, the Times claims that dogs don't really care about
having a fancy house, and so I figured, if they don't care what the
house looks like, why not provide something they do care about....