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Originally Posted by Dakota rube View Post
^well, no. Not really. But RIP nonetheless. (Is there any way to determine how many people have me on their ignore list? I mean in more detail than simply, "Most".)
I may have been a little behind on the news...
post #77 of 78
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
That "house" isn't warm and homey. I couldn't imagine who would want to live there.
If not for cosiness, but for reasons of modesty. Putting up curtains or blinds would rather defeat the purpose of that house. Ideal for a wealthy exhibitionist even if it is located within a large park-like compound.
post #78 of 78
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Originally Posted by Night Owl View Post
lulz why so touchy, did your dad design that bus stop? You sound like you could use some serenity, take a deep breath, it will be ok

I live under a tarp, blows the bus stop out of the water in terms of visual obstruction, abundant sunlight, serene view of the outdoors, and healthy living


I like this.
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