Even when we go small, Americans need to go big.
You won't be surprised to hear that Americans hold all those titles.
So it stands to reason that even when we go tiny, we'll figure out a way to make it the biggest tiny the world has ever seen.
This perhaps explains the "huge" community planned for Colorado. Made, of course, of tiny homes — 200 of them, packed onto 19 acres of town land in Salida, Colorado, overlooking the Arkansas River.
Each home will range from 200-800 square feet — but unlike, say, dense, traditional, European-style town planning (read: socialist) that involves multi-family dwellings (read: socialist apartment buildings) — each red-blooded American family will be saved the indignity of sharing common areas such as lobbies and stairwells, free to pursue their red-blooded American dreams in the comfort of their own tiny homes.