billion dollar home

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  1. GQgeek

    GQgeek Senior member

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    Maybe the inside is nice, but from the outside, it's sure not much to look at... Some actually compared it to the palace of versailles... [​IMG]
     


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    The interior shots are pretty cool.
     


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    this is old, but seriously check out dudes garage. It's multiple floors (dont know how many, but I think 4). The building itself looks like a game of jenga
     


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    Is it weird that I thought this thread was about a Crumpler camera bag?
     


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    Is it weird that I thought this thread was about a Crumpler camera bag?

    Yes.

    It would be interesting to try living there.
     


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    Tokyo Slim In Time Out

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    I like the Five Million Dollar Home, but the over the shoulder carry isn't really what I'm looking for. The Brazillion Dollar Home bag is just way too big for anyone not toting a full set of lenses and a backup body with them everywhere, and at that point, you should probably get hard cases.
     


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    I like the Five Million Dollar Home, but the over the shoulder carry isn't really what I'm looking for. The Brazillion Dollar Home bag is just way too big for anyone not toting a full set of lenses and a backup body with them everywhere, and at that point, you should probably get hard cases.

    I had a dream that you died last night. I'm relieved to see you posting.
     


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    Tokyo Slim In Time Out

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    I had a dream that you died last night. I'm relieved to see you posting.

    That's kind of weird. But yeah. Me too.
     


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    That's kind of weird. But yeah. Me too.

    Don't think I don't know that. [​IMG]
     


  11. Tokyo Slim

    Tokyo Slim In Time Out

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    Don't think I don't know that. [​IMG]

    How did I die?
     


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    How did I die?

    I don't know. In my dream I was just browsing style forum and I saw a post saying that you had died. It was very sad.
     


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    Tokyo Slim In Time Out

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    I don't know. In my dream I was just browsing style forum and I saw a post saying that you had died. It was very sad.

    If there's a next time, maybe you could like... get a few deets and warn a motherfucker.
     


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    I have two distinct feelings about this house.

    1. It is the most hideous, outlandish piece of narcissistic shit I've ever seen. It's a thirty story, tone deaf abortion of materiality and scale.

    2. Having the audacity to build this in India, despite the fact that 580 million of your fellow countrymen don't even have access to electricity, is so blatantly unapologetic that it makes me admire the guy's way of thinking. While many people of excessive wealth like to pretend they are normal plebs, this guy is totally comfortable stating that he is in fact better than the rest of us and will not wade in mediocrity to appease those seeking political correctness. Or food.
     


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    For a $1billion you thought it would look more majestic than a lego house built by a 5 year-old
     


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