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Old 24th May 2005, 01:11 AM   #11
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life sure must be different across that border.
Well we always had a TV, but until recntly my big GAO was on loan to my mom and we had a 20" Sony in the bedroom (for movies only). When my mom got her own TV and we got the big one back Ruth wanted it in the living room....

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Old 25th May 2005, 02:51 PM   #12
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About sloping:

Does it "count" as sloping if one builds levels? I can imagine constructing a slightly sloping ceiling, from taller to shorter wrt the listener/viewer, but I can't imagine a living space with a slightly sloping floor.

I can, however, imagine having three steps from back to front, say, over the course of 22 feet, to create a virtual slope, I guess.

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Old 25th May 2005, 08:39 PM   #13
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but I can't imagine a living space with a slightly sloping floor.
LOL... it was a descriptive mechanism... if you go back, you'll see that i said that you had to rotate the house until the floor was level....

attached is a quick isometric...

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In my defense, I was yet uncoffeed when I posted that.

heh.

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yeah we all need that fix in the early hours, dont we? cheers and best regardsT.C.
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