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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev Williams View Post
    *** bonus points***
    if you can name these 2 cars below, especially the white one
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    Black one is pretty easy: Aston-Martin Lagonda. File that one under "Seemed like a good idea at the time."
    White one, no idea: it's not really that ugly, it's just relentlessly generic. Mid-'80s Olds or Pontiac mid-size if I had to guess.
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    "Design"? Possibly. "Intelligent"? Sure doesn't look like it from this angle.
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    I KNEW you'd know the Aston-Martin, Lee!

    Believe it or not, the white car is a (cough) 1980 Dodge Challenger...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev Williams View Post
    Believe it or not, the white car is a (cough) 1980 Dodge Challenger...
    Had to look that one up: actually a rebadged Mitsubishi...makes as much sense as a 4-door Charger, I guess. Urp.
    Yoga class makes me feel like a total stud, mostly because I'm about as flexible as a 2x4.
    "Design"? Possibly. "Intelligent"? Sure doesn't look like it from this angle.
    We used to be hunter gatherers. Now we're shopper borrowers.
    The three most important words in the English language: "Front Towards Enemy".
    The world makes a lot more sense when you remember that Butthead was the smart one.
    You can never be too rich, too thin, or have too much ammo.

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    I had a similar reaction to that kitchen to what I get from a lot of live edge, epoxy pour river tables

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    I had a similar reaction to that kitchen to what I get from a lot of live edge, epoxy pour river tables
    Somehow I can see that live edge table blending in quite well with those cabinets...they were made for each other. All that's needed is a shag rug and a Harvest Gold stove & refrigerator.

    & flocked wallpaper in the dinette with the table......and a lava lamp on the table. No..scratch that. Lava lamps are neat. I like lava lamps....
    My granddad always said, :As one door closes, another opens".
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    Makes sense, you belong in a padded room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich Engelhardt View Post
    Somehow I can see that live edge table blending in quite well with those cabinets...they were made for each other. All that's needed is a shag rug and a Harvest Gold stove & refrigerator.

    & flocked wallpaper in the dinette with the table......and a lava lamp on the table. No..scratch that. Lava lamps are neat. I like lava lamps....
    But the flocked wallpaper has to be deep crimson. And yes, lava lamps will always be cool.

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    But the flocked wallpaper has to be deep crimson
    LOL! That's what I had in the laundry room of my old house! Somebody had purchased 6 rolls of it from the store I worked at and never came to pick it up. We stuck it in a closeout pile & it sat there for a few years. I finally got sick of moving it around and bought it for like $5 for the whole mess of it, then took it home and hung it in the laundry.

    Yep it looked like exactly what you'd think it looked like .

    I should also mention - this was about a year after my wife had left and a few years before I met my present wife. No way that stuff would have gone on the wall with either of them around
    My granddad always said, :As one door closes, another opens".
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    A new twist on the joke that safe sex is a padded headboard. One question is that in a trailer? The range looks European or RV sized.

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    I am thinking that the designer MUST be the love child of Elvis and Austin Powers.....

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    Looks like an eastern European hotel suite to me.
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