LoganSix

LoganSix

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132 weeks ago @ HGTV Dreams Happen: Sw... - Take the Virtual Home ... · 0 replies · +2 points

Finally found a post of logic.

I have friends who live in Georgia, but on the other side of Atlanta from the Green Home. Even in the hills you don't spend a lot of time sitting outside due to the weather and the insects.

Most people on here won't go against Linda's design style, but every house she does seems like it could be one of the lockers from Storage Wars. Too much clutter. A little example : There is a desk in the master bedroom, but there is a planter next to the desk so you can't use the chair.

Of course, she usually ignores the purpose of a modern family room, which is to watch TV and movies. It doesn't matter how big the TV is, if only 2 or 3 people can see it face on. It looks like in this home she threw around a few TVs to try and offset this usual short coming.

132 weeks ago @ HGTV Dreams Happen: Sw... - Take the Virtual Home ... · 0 replies · +1 points

I agree, poor design for the washer and dryer. There's no place to actually do the laundry.

132 weeks ago @ HGTV Dreams Happen: Sw... - HGTV Dream Home 2013: ... · 1 reply · +1 points

Only about $1 million for a lot. That would be more in line with the Dream Home, not the Green Home.

Ooops... realized that this was for the Dream Home. I was reading the Green Home blog.

132 weeks ago @ HGTV Dreams Happen: Sw... - Enter the HGTV Green H... · 3 replies · +1 points

Well, I would take the cash. For the cash value amount, you could probably build a nice Dream Home where you live now.

132 weeks ago @ HGTV Dreams Happen: Sw... - A Peek at the Living Room · 0 replies · +1 points

Was junk the third word that came to mind?

138 weeks ago @ Breitbart.tv - In Memoriam: Andrew Br... · 0 replies · +3 points

You left your irony on.

138 weeks ago @ Big Government - Michigan: A Tie in the... · 0 replies · +4 points

I'll take a guess and assume you are not from Michigan. I was born there and part of my parents as with other members of my family are still there.

I am not talking about delegates and the such, but the problem with the state being controlled by Detroit. In case you don't know, Lansing is the capital and it is in the middle of the state. Detroit and the UAW (and other unions) have controlled the state for decades. Only now, that Detroit has lost population, has the control been lost by the Dems. Unfortunately, due to the destruction of Detroit by Dems, the bad elements are now in Grand Rapids (where the growth is).

Yes, I understand that the majority of votes rule, I was pointing out a correlation between that map and the general issues with the state government.

138 weeks ago @ Big Government - Michigan: A Tie in the... · 2 replies · +2 points

That map shows what has been wrong with Michigan for decades. The majority of the votes are in Detroit. The crappy part of the state dictating to the rest of the state.

138 weeks ago @ Breitbart.tv - In Memoriam: Andrew Br... · 0 replies · +13 points

I guess my problem is when I hear "natural causes", I think "normal life expectancy event". Lumping "unexpected" with "natural", doesn't seem natural at all, because people don't normally drop dead at an early age for no reason.

I have seen elsewhere that he might have had heart issues last year.

138 weeks ago @ Breitbart.tv - Prominent Democrat: Le... · 1 reply · +1 points

It could be separate, but when the crowd that wants legal pot is the same as the Occupy nuts, then I wonder about who is controlling the strings.

How much profit would be there if it was legal? Part of the cost of it has to do with it's illegal status. Do we end up subsidizing pot when it becomes to cheap to sell for a good profit?