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Haha all good! I'm still in transition since the floors just got installed so things are hastily moved or not hung yet!

I like to keep things in mystery but I'll see if I can answer most of the '?":

-Spare license plate
- It's a Ferrari F40
- Office mic and lamp so I don't get eye strain (see reply below)
- Picture frames I haven't hung yet (But, are you turning your LR into an Art Gallery???)
- Cushions (But, now I understand that your eyesight is indeed failing...)
- Wood table (Hmmm...not exactly correct, if I can be so bold. More like "glass table top on weird bundled driftwood legs", no? Be completely honest, now...)
- Hookah ✓✓✓✓✓
My most sincere apologies on that one, then (and best wishes also to your eye health); I thought those were just two mis-matched task lamps. So, that sin is forgiven....

But, true religion being a real bitch, one might then question why one would need an office mic the size of a damned UP "Big Boy" 4014 locomotive, in 2021. Fair question?

And, @Texasmade is clearly going to hold you to severe account for your "low-plebe computer screen set-up" (nttawwtimho, I only have a craptop myself) and castigate you endlessly for it. So, you're still barely breaking even it seems.
 

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My most sincere apologies on that one, then (and best wishes also to your eye health); I thought those were just two mis-matched task lamps. So, that sin is forgiven....

But, true religion being a real bitch, one might then question why one would need an office mic the size of a damned UP "Big Boy" 4014 locomotive, in 2021. Fair question?

And, @Texasmade is clearly going to hold you to severe account for your "low-plebe computer screen set-up" (nttawwtimho, I only have a craptop myself) and castigate you endlessly for it. So, you're still barely breaking even it seems.
I officially hit peak adulthood: I had to increase my zoom on my browser. :(

Those cushions be going with that couch.

Hmmm your driftwood description is closer; it's a teak root table! I'll take a photo when I'm all organized haha.
 

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I officially hit peak adulthood: I had to increase my zoom on my browser. :(

Those cushions be going with that couch.

Hmmm your driftwood description is closer; it's a teak root table! I'll take a photo when I'm all organized haha.
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Please do!

You may very well redeem yourself yet, as you did on the bicycles. I never lost faith in your ability to successfully accomplish that mission, not even for one second.
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I officially hit peak adulthood: I had to increase my zoom on my browser. :(

Those cushions be going with that couch.

Hmmm your driftwood description is closer; it's a teak root table! I'll take a photo when I'm all organized haha.
You'll know you're old when you have to buy those back cushions for your computer chair.
 

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You'll know you're old when you have to buy those back cushions for your computer chair.
Or you can make your self old faster by not using one
 

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You'll know you're old when you have to buy those back cushions for your computer chair.
My older (72) neighbor Joe from down the street had back surgery recently and sometimes wears this high-tech compression vest. The other day I was chatting with him in his yard, and the grand-son (4) of the neighbor across the street came over to play with Joe's dogs, saw that Joe did not have the vest on, and said, "Where's the thing that holds you together?!?" :lol:
 

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I got a low back X-ray that looks like a HR Giger drawing but no surgery for this old boy
 

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Checked another item off the home inspection report today. Replaced 2 broken vent covers for bathroom exhausts. Gave me an excuse to use my hammer drill as a hammer drill.

I'm lucky no birds decided to make it their home.
 

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I officially hit peak adulthood: I had to increase my zoom on my browser. :(

Those cushions be going with that couch.

Hmmm your driftwood description is closer; it's a teak root table! I'll take a photo when I'm all organized haha.
You seem like a reasonable cat, and open to suggestion, so yes, please post pics. But I would remove everything and only put back that which adds/compliments something else. Most of that doesn't unfortunately.
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I need 30 sheets of plywood to finish off a cabin. Last week - $64 a sheet. This week $78 a sheet. Fortunately they gave me last week's price when I ordered today.

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it's become hard to find plastic electrical boxes. Apparently a lot of raw PVC pellets come from a plant in Texas.
Old news. There have been insane resin shortages going on. The medical industry gets first crack at all supplies. From there, 🤷🏻‍♂️
 

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