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Apartment foo-nishing

Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by mafoofan, Jun 16, 2013.

  1. jacket

    jacket Well-Known Member

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    I rather thought his run ended the moment he decided to use sic..
     
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  2. mafoofan

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    Did I deny that it's an influential work? Of course it is. It's just unfortunate, because it's so bad.

    Legal philosophy is no doubt influenced by political philosophy, but you have to realize that "legal philosophy" is nonetheless a distinct category. It's specifically concerned with the nature and validity of legal systems. Political philosophy is much, much broader than that and does not often provide much guidance to legal scholars working on legal issues. In studying both philosophy and law, I've never heard anyone refer to A Theory of Justice as legal philosophy.

    Anyway, if you can't argue for which influential philosophical works are good or bad, you really don't know much about philosophy, do you? I never claimed I was any good at philosophical history.
     
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    I love you.
     
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    I, for one, would appreciate seeing these PMs.
     
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    Ours had "Dartmouth" green shag in the sun room covering the original 1920's wooden floors.
     
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    I,.....What?...... Wasn't this thread bout an apartment decor 20 pages ago??
     
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    The leftette is utterly capable of a "shall"



    I admire your dedication to Styleforum. :)

    Mazel tov!
     
  8. mafoofan

    mafoofan Well-Known Member

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    Okay, let's try this. Suggestions for sub-$3,000 white, rectangular coffee tables. Greater than four feet in length and at least two feet in width. No higher than fifteen inches.

    Go.
     
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    I never knew Lou Rawls was such a controversial figure. but i'll bet he did like shag ... rug. [VIDEO][/VIDEO]
     
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    Cappellini used to make a series called the low table that came in every color of gloss and matte lacquer, but I see they no longer do. They were awesome.

    Why not go down to the marble yard and have them make you a carrera marble thing to sit on the floor?
     
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  11. GusW

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    Bespoke coffee table :)
     
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  12. sugarbutch

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    That's about 1600 lbs of rock to move...
     
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    in other words -- equivalent to two of those chairs?
     
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    A lot lighter than a kitchen island...

    Or get a nice section of tree and split it lengthwise.
     
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    That's a heavy kitchen island! But it's also spread out over maybe 30 square feet, and the table over only 8 square feet. I'd be concerned about the floor's ability to hold that up.
     
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    Is Vox here? I feel like Vox is here.
     
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    I don't know exactly why a countertop with a mitered edge on supports and a table with a mitered edge on supports would require more weight per square foot.
     
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    I think green is better though orange can be good.
     
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    What about brown for Brown?
     

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