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panlives
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Andrew Zuber
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I like it! Certainly an attention-getter.
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RJ Hunt
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That's pretty neat...I wonder how much that thing weighs...It looks like it would be pretty heavy. I guess if you could put it on some type of locking caster (rollers) and if the legs can handle being moved around then you may have somethings...What dose it cost???
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Do they have one in BRICKS? Smile
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Dale Houck
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I'm thinking this might be a task to transport to and from performances. You would, however, definitely leave an impression on the audience (and on some floors).
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RJ Hunt
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What would be cool if if you could stack those 2 X 4's and then start pulling props from it like a trunk...and go into whatever bit you choose...or even have a girl pop out...that could be cool...Girl from solid stack of 2x4...that could also work...hummmmm
Alan Munro
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Looks cool! It reminds me of another concept table that I saw at the Met in Chicago. It was a carved chest of drawers made to look like a draped table.
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