Being a lifelong Floridian, I can tell you that I absolutely hate it when people buy houses here to live in two months out of the year. From an environmental standpoint, it's disgusting. To maintain a lawn that size is going to require literally millions of gallons of water per year. The over-development of some areas of Florida has wreaked havoc on the environment. Florida is home to hundreds of springs that feed rivers and bays. Recently it's been discovered that the output of these springs is falling off dramatically because the aquifer is being sucked dry by guys like Howie who insist on living like a Roman Emperor. Because of this, ecosystems are being completely wiped out. The oyster and clam fisheries have just about collapsed. Sinkholes are a huge problem too, and they're often attributable to the alteration of the aquifer. Forget about all the fertilizer that will eventually find it's way into the aquifer. Or that once beautiful coast-line that everyone could at one point enjoy, is now accessible to only these two douchebags. Also, the land this gaudy monstrosity was built on was undoubtedly home to the gopher tortoise, an animal very important to the ecosystem that no doubt would be displaced by a house like this. These animals dig burrows which are crucial to the survival of many other species of animals. Don't even get me started on sea turtles... The good news is that maybe Horse and that big pussy Howie will find a seagull on the beach that they can nurse back to health so that they can pretend to give a fuck about animals. And for what? Wiggy and Horse, aren't going to contribute to the Florida economy in a significant way. Sure, they'll pay property taxes, but that won't make up for the strain that Wig Manor South will have on the environment. Florida has no income tax. They'll go out to a fancy restaurant every once and awhile, that'll be it. Believe it or not, the rural areas of Palm Beach County are some of the poorest areas in the US. Places like Belle Glade and Pahokee are sugarcane towns. These towns are dirt-poor and as depressing as could be imagined. Sugarcaning is brutal work. People are bussed in and live in trailers with no AC with lots of other people for minimum wage.