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    Awesome!

    Will reply after I take a test at 5:30 PM.



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    I would place the computers on the same wall as the entry and place the table in front of the computer area. Then I would place the sofa perpendicular to the part of the patio door that doesn't open with the TV on the parallel wall. Good luck to you.

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    From top the bottom:

    Dining table (perhaps not shoved into a corner or used as something else other than a dining table)

    Computer desks at opposing sides of the room.

    Hallways...

    The couch in front of the bar. The bar can now be used to place lamps, odds and ends, what-have-you. This puts the extra stuff behind the couch and out of sight most of the time.

    TV across from the couch.

    Shelves, small tables, whatever in the remaining space near the sliding door.
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    ^ NICE!!!

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    That works well, I'm impressed... I have some bulky things that I need to juggle around (my entertainment center is a wall unit that's 5ft tall and 4ft wide) but I think it will work and I won't feel "stuff-ocated!"

    THANK YOU!

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    I've been reading these posts and I have to wonder WHERE THE HELL DO YOU COME UP WITH THIS STUPID SHIT?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcvcdc View Post
    I've been reading these posts and I have to wonder WHERE THE HELL DO YOU COME UP WITH THIS STUPID SHIT?
    What's with the weird personal attack? If you gave me a specific question I could offer you an answer but I cannot guarantee that it is something you can understand. It seems like you're just trying to be an asshole and it serves no real purpose. That, to me, is the epitome of stupid shit. Perhaps you should read a book so that you might have something relatively worthwhile to wonder about. I have zero problems slowing down and offering an explanation of how my mind works because that seems to be the point of talking to random strangers on the anonymous internet but I hated high school when I was there so I have no desire to go back. What are you lacking that compels you to read posts that you FEEL are stupid?

    The weird adolescent bullshit makes me want to barf and it's the reason that I've already grown bored with this place... there are some really brilliant minds that I enjoy exploring but it seems that there are people who feel insecure in the presence of intellectual discourse and need to throw a tantrum.

    I was looking for input from different types of people because I'm a thinker and he's a feeler and my daughter is an extrovert. Theoretically, I could find a mixture of ideas that would seem right to everyone. I posted this in the appropriate section and I would gladly entertain any legitimate questions or complaints. I don't see what the problem is...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicole.august12 View Post
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    That was so interestingly worded I'm leaving it up in your quote, Qre:us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    That was so interestingly worded I'm leaving it up in your quote, Qre:us.
    It was eerily similar to my post in this thread, like he took it and reworded as a person who doesn't speak English as a first language.

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