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Old 10-18-2010
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Where do you SN?

Okay - so all of us waste entirely too much time hanging around this silly forum. Of course, that's because it freakin' rocks. But there's already a thread on that.

So, I thought it would be fun to see your SN Bunker. I'm sure we all imagine the dark, dank confines of some of the posters here (e.g. - their mom's basement). So...show us your digs!

This is where most of my brilliance comes from...my office desk:





Then, if it's nice and cool like this morning...I'll go out and post from my deck:



Then, at the end of a long hard day of straightening out boneheads and laughing at dudes whinging about stupid crap like Walmart greeters, mean jokes, and politics...I come back to my desk, turn to the right, and make a selection from the shelf (Angostura 1824, Pyrat, or Sotol).



Good times.

And during all this, my employees think I'm busy. Heh-heh.

What about you?
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Here I am sitting where I most often use my computer on board my boat.



Oh, wait! What's that large pole blocking my trim self and my compact computer? ....I guess this is where someone would post another advantage of the deck stepped mast! Take care and joy, Aythya crew
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Very nice - cap. I think I need to get a keel stepped mast for my office.
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Smack, you live a life of leisure! Snooty and pretentious life of leisure!
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I SN and work from the salon.
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Smack, you live a life of leisure! Snooty and pretentious life of leisure!
Heh-heh. I just answered the "Live a life of leisure!" ad in the paper a couple of years ago and BOOM! Now I do this all day.
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Perrier water ? PERRIER WATER ?? You great big girls blouse Smacko. Perrier bloody water indeed. I'm sure Walmart would not approve.
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Heh-heh. I was waiting for someone to pick up on that. That's why I was sure to show the rum in the last pic...to balance things out, you see.

I love Perrier! If you don't like it, bite Dog!
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Perrier water ? PERRIER WATER ?? You great big girls blouse Smacko. Perrier bloody water indeed. I'm sure Walmart would not approve.
pftttt.....They don't have water fountains in offices over there dude?? Oh dear I am going to have develop a whole new respect for our Smack.....

Now Dude........truth time.... did you spend like an hour cleaning your office and arranging everything??
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I only SN at home. On a boat, I might look at it. I think that I should post some of my cruises, but as instructor, I never really have time.

Smacky - your desk is way too neat. I will forgive you the Perrier, but the French are still out of favour with your compatriots.
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