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Quote: Originally Posted by johnapril A must: quote: • Compare to Herbeau Creations Medicis Copper Tub or Kallista Archeo Copper Bathtub. Half the cost and in solid bronze! ... i dunno, this makes it seem kindof "discount".
hm, the pay still sucks after you're registered. you can make money if you are a partner or sole proprietor in a reasonably successful firm. but architects don't make as much as doctors and lawyers, generally. i'm an architect, 11 years exp, licensed. here are a few bullet points: architects draw a lot, on CAD. school is fun, even the late nights. work is generally not as much fun. you generally don't do the same stuff at work that you did at school. the...
i can't believe people actually use the word "baller". like it sounds cool or something. here are some pictures of lenny kravitz's pad in miami:
Quote: Originally Posted by LARon Wow, and I thought the answer to all divine mysteries only came through the overflowing glass of communion wine. hey, if wine is good, just think how much better bourbon is. anyway, if the scientologists let you in, try to get close to tom cruise and kick his ass a few times.
Quote: Originally Posted by Nantucket Red That price is reaonable for a rug that size, in my experience. Amazingly, my dining room rug was one he'd had for years and been unable to move, which is why I got it at a deep discount. But still, approx. 8k. My latest purchase was and all future purchases will be discounted 50%. sweet deal! ...what did you do to get that discount, trade poor pussycat's services? or did you finally get that...
Quote: Originally Posted by Lucky Strike I don't know, but I'm told it has a lot of built-in features, secret compartments and fun stuff. Nice original knobs, and clean drawers, too. however, there is significant danger of carpal tunnel syndrome.
somewhere, Willie Brown is drooling.
Quote: Originally Posted by Edward Appleby Joseph Campbell also sheds light on the question from a more literary perspective. His Atlas of World Mythology lays it all out. But almost all of his work contains the theme of the 'monomyth' and how it has been variously inflected around the world. BTW the sense of the 'world of opposites' most of us grew up with, (you know, the whole "good and evil" thing)'s enlightening to note that...
I can just hear that thing: "RRRR! Toddlerpede Kill!!" I bet it could kick Chucky's ass. I'm more of a cubism/futurism fan actually, in terms of this type of work. I like surrealism in comedy though, and to the extent that surrealism touches on zenlike abstraction of thought, I appreciate its effects.
Quote: Originally Posted by Earthmover this one shows the last five touchdowns: hahaha, the OU fans are standing around like "what the fuck just happened!?"
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