TIL about Freedom Ship, a traveling floating city concept imagined with the primary objective of housing 60,000 residents to avoid taxes. by whatilearned June 8, 2021, 5:01 am Read more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freedom_Ship?wprov=sfla1 What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote avoidcityconceptfloatingfreedomhousingimaginedObjectiveprimaryresidentsshiptaxesTILToday I learnedtraveling See more Previous article Children's Toe Walking Not a Sign of Bigger Problems More than half of young children who toe walk will stop doing so on their own by about age 5. And most children who are toe walkers will not have any developmental or neuropsychiatric problems, a new study finds. Next article AIDS Cure Possible, Top Scientists Say An AIDS cure is possible, top HIV/AIDS researchers now say. 10 Comments Leave a Reply Yeah they will just have to give some money to a governing group of people in order to pay for community needs. Log in to Reply “I Chose More…I Chose The Impossible…I Chose Rapture.” Log in to Reply No taxes but also no food and a massive fuel bill Log in to Reply Sounds like a great idea until the ship starts to sink, and the rich dudes all expect a literal bailout… thank you. Log in to Reply Jules Verne described this island as much as 125 years ago, in his novel [The propeller island](https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Propeller_Island) Log in to Reply No taxes, but i can imagine what the monthly “hoa” fee is like. Log in to Reply No US residents I take it – since you can’t domicile your way out of taxes. Log in to Reply Is that the cruze ship people live on permanently? Log in to Reply Proof that no taxes is a pipe dream. Log in to Reply Someone doesn’t understand UNCLOS. They’d be taxed the second they set sail, if not sooner Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.