What a million dollar backyard pond looks like..

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+3 1. Dmitry commented 8 years ago

Really nice! But a million dollars? Better hope the neighbors don't start writing letters to the city hall, complaining about the mosquitoes because of all that water :P
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+24 2. cmmd commented 8 years ago

I really doubt that can cost just a million bucks. I think they missed a zero or something.

#1 Mosquitoes require still water. As fas as I know they don't reproduce in a moving stream.
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+4 3. Malakyte commented 8 years ago

It looks like they are walking inside these tiny 50 bucks fake fountains that you plug into an outlet... Only this one is little big bigger/expensive!
Do you think they can switch the entire stuff off at night before going to bed? >:)
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+2 4. Paul1968 commented 8 years ago

looks beautiful, all the small waterfalls really make an impact.
there must be some serious pumps working to produce all the water flow
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+2 5. banzemanga commented 8 years ago

#2 I agree with you. 1 million dollars is most likely an understatement.
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+5 6. aeneas9999 commented 8 years ago

I'm Afraid of Americans. :S
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+3 7. MajorIdea commented 8 years ago

Isn't it?SWWOOOOOSSHSHSHSHSSHSShow much did you charge for this?SWOOSHSHSHSHSSHS
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+6 8. Vaypay commented 8 years ago

#4 And serious power consumption too. Think about the environmental footprint just for the fun of 1 individual. But there's much worse than that, anyway...
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+2 9. peacinu commented 8 years ago

By reading the 1st comment and see the +8 votes he got, I realised that not so many people check their facts.
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+1 10. mikeyboyzee commented 8 years ago

#6- Not sure how exactly this video should make you afraid of americans. I'm afraid of people that make comments like yours.
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+2 11. esoucho commented 8 years ago

#8 Thank you for your comment, it's the first thing that popped in my mind and I was surprised that no one else said anything about it. Doesn't seem very environment friendly if you think about the energy consumption it must require...
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+2 12. MyVision22 commented 8 years ago

I can't think of the amount of energy being wasted in "simulating nature". enjoy the nature ,don't play with it.
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0 13. captain_obvious commented 8 years ago

doesnt look like it worth a million dollar, seen way cooler gardens or ponds in amusement parks that are way cheaper. the houses + the garden worth a million together, thats sounds more credible.
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+1 14. 65roadrunner65 commented 8 years ago

Holy shit! I could use one of those! Then again, I don't have a couple million kicking around.
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0 15. MindTrick commented 7 years ago

I million dollars to imitate a million places in the world...