“Osama was living here in this bullshit compound inside a military base with a TV from 1994!”
Jehangir Ahmad, Abbottbad realtor, quoted in Comment by Eliza Griswold in May 16, 2011, issue of The New Yorker. The realtors estimate the total current value of the property “at under three hundred thousand dollars,” not the million quoted by John Brennan (who misspoke a lot, didn’t he?).
[The New Yorker iPad app as of today enables subscribers to access the full magazine (and the archives). The cost for a digital subscription is $5.99 for a month, $59.99 for a year (47 issues). However, you can get the paper magazine and full digital access for $39.99 a year if you'd prefer. I subscribed to the iPad app for a month, but now think I'll play their silly game and save money by subscribing to the paper magazine and throwing it in the recycle bin on the way in from the mailbox. What a waste.]
[Apparently a full page ad in The New Yorker goes for $141,000. Advertisers won't pay that for digital subscribers.]