611 Comments Posted by flushed

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Insulation is the best solution for comfort.
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That center section has the look of a mauseleum.
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My third or fourth time through the gallery and I have noticed several of the rooms have a path of tiles like this through them so I conclude that this was intentional.
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optical illusion
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I wonder was it always just a path of tiles here or had the rest of the room tiles been removed?
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Nice wide door with 3 hinges.
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I really like that chair. A little broken on the right side arm but really solid and nice looking.
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Light Bulb Mica!
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the original blue of the brick on the right is nice.
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There was something in the news recently about the TB vaccine. I remember it said the immunity lasted longer than they thought and something about it being problematic which is why it is not used very much any more.
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Love the woodwork.
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The title reminds me of a story. At UC Berkeley there was a man who was from NY. He complained to his friend constantly how he did not like California and could not find things to do. This went on for months and months. One day his friend asks him in frustration "Have you been to see any Redwood trees?" to which the man replies "no". Well there is a grove on the campus so later the man goes with his friend to see the grove of Redwoods. Now they aren't magnificent 300+foot tall trees but they are big and they are beautiful.
They get there and his friend gestures and says here "see?" The man looks at the trees looks at his friend looks at the trees again and says "It's a Fucking pione[sic] tree!"
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As I watch the news of Houston I come back to ponder what may be left to decay after this latest Gulf Flood.
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conservation of matter BKW
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I've never seen this materiel before. I wonder what it is?
Great set.