Still, wordpress.org (and you specifically mentioned .org) only provides the framework which is free (as in GPL). Thus you don't have to pay anyone to use your own CSS or anything together with what wordpress.org provides.
I use a local hosting provider a friend had good experiences with, so I'm not going to mention it here as it isn't that practical from an international standpoint.
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The down side is you have to accept that the server may be unavailable at times, depending on how reliable your computer/server is. And there is the whole dynamic IP/routing issue to deal with. It's definitely fun to experiment with though, or to at least use as a sandbox for webpages.
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