Desk

Discussion in 'Hangar Talk' started by denverpilot, Feb 22, 2021.

  1. denverpilot

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    This is so cool

     
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    When it said Roentgen I thought they were talking about the guy who discovered X-rays.
     
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    That is cool!
     
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    Pretty cool.!!!

    But what would a person do with a desk like this.??
     
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    Bury it under stacks of junk like any other desk?
     
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    Reminds me of The Room puzzle game series.
     
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    It's a conversational art piece for people with absurd amounts of money. It's no different than people with paintings or historical home furnishings. They want to be able to tell other rich people that their chandelier is from the private estate of Louis XIV and dates back to the 1700s, because otherwise it's just an old chandelier any pleb can afford, lol.
     
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    Ha! About two years ago, I found a carved chair for sale that I absolutely fell in love with. Cost several AMUs. Splurged on it, put it proudly in the entryway of the house.

    My wife piles up her winter coats on it.....

    Ron Wanttaja
     
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    My kid would have a hot cocoa cup ring on that desk in about 2 seconds flat. And she would most likely also use it to do crafts on - gouges from scissors and pens pressed too hard on the wood. Paint stains.

    Yeah, that desk would last about a minute in my house.

    Cool tho.
     
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    Lounge chair
     
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