Posted by Maude Pattullo on April 01, 1999 at 00:03:57:
In Reply to: Nomads, Pastoral and Otherwise posted by Steve Price on March 31, 1999 at 10:47:31:
It is my understanding that pastoral nomads DO have fixed places of residence, that is, their seasonal campgrounds. In the summer, they are in their mountain pasturages, in the winter, lower down, where the weather is more benign and the grasses plentiful, especially in the Near East.
Just because the commute between the summer "cottage" on the shore and the winter "residence"
on Park Avenue takes less time to accomplish
(unless you are only a middlin' Master of the
Universe and have to actually drive yourself out
to the Hamptons and back each weekend), doesn't
mean you do not have two fixed residences.
Then again...if you claim to live in a state with no income tax, but you spend more than six months in New York State........your residence may be fixed for 3-5 years, with time off for good behavior.
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