I like them. I'm a geek so I appreciate that they were this techno marvel back in the day. They work, and at little cost. I have one in my living room among much finer furnishings. It's funny because at an outdoor bar or a political rally they are topography, completely anonymous. Put one in your living room and it attracts serious attention. Like passionate crazy serious attention. It angers some, delights others. Some laugh at it. I also have one in my bedroom, next to my bed with an old-ish industrial/shop lamp clipped to it. The chair is primarily a nightstand that can be sat on, and the lamp is a reading lamp. Neither has tennis balls as feet, neither will.
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Dictionaries people, dictionaries! They make like an infinity of them and no real book gets harmed. Or a A Million Random Digits with 100,000 Normal Deviates, that would be epic! I'll use the dictionary, though. It'll look great on my desk. Thanks for the project. Also, tillandsia will work too.
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