And so Wedbush doesn't do much of anything about the roof—other than standing on the dilapidated, leaky roof in a bathrobe like a crazy person, that is. That's dangerous enough. But while Wedbush's wife refuses to go inside this home (she stays in their other house in Rancho Santa Fe instead), Wedbush still spends several nights a week in his tarp-covered, mold-infested edifice. He explains:
"I've had to live in that place and I've got some potential infections from the mold," Wedbush said. "My wife won't even enter the house. We've suffered."
Then, um, dude, you might want to do something about that. I regard most cheapskates with a mix of awe and admiration, but I hate people who are cheap in the cheap-bastard-screw-your-neighbor sense, and it's beyond silly to put one's health in jeopardy to save money.." More