Community Lounge, Introductions and General Discussion Discussion, What does your house look like? in General Discussion; Originally Posted by LittleB
Keyword: Little lol..but ours is the size of the rest of the houses around here...we plan ...
Keyword: Little lol..but ours is the size of the rest of the houses around here...we plan to add on though.
Yes Jesda, the fruit is real.
About it being a security risk..I blocked my address out! LOL...I guess anyone could follow me home at anytime, but they would find a very big man with a gun inside! Hell now you scared me, I would erase them but other people quoted my message so I can't control that.
B you should be able to take them down. Then a little box with a red X should show up in the
[quote=SpeedyArizona]Nope, first you have to have your name on a list to get into my community (this must be approved by me) and then you must have a remote gate opener to get into the subdivision in which my townhome is located. Finally you must get by my Brinks security system.....and you don't even know my address!
I also live in a well protected community and have a security system as well as shatter proof windows on my basement and first floor. I guess I'm just paranoid.
If that's paranoid, you've just stepped into a funny farm.
Well, there are a few extras to the security system. And there is nothing wrong with having guns and knowing how to use them as I'm sure most would agree.
By the way, that is a nice kitchen. The arch above the stove nicely centers everything. You must be or must have a great archetect. And you're right, granite is the way to go. Marble is for the bathroom, granite is for the kitchen, at least that's what I think.
Well, I don't have granite countertops or an arch in my kitchen, but I do have a spectacular collection of refrigerator magnets:
Like a lot of collections, mine just sort of happened organically over the past 18 years. I'd buy one or two at a souvenier shop, then I'd find funny, snarky ones. Now, I buy a magnet whenever I travel to a new place and friends get them for me when they travel overseas. Besides magnets from most parts of the US, I also have them Australia, England, Germany, France, Italy, Japan, Argentina, Luxemberg, Cayman Islands, Canada and Belize.
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