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   xoxoxoBruce  Wednesday Mar 10 12:11 AM

Mar 10, 2010: Piano-Table

Common problem, not enough space.
A side effect of our affluent society is to much stuff, and not enough room for it all.
You see $50,000 SUVs and $75,000 sports cars, sitting out in the weather because the garage is full of stuff.
Poor people usually don't have as much stuff, but can't afford as much room either, so it's a problem for mostly everyone.

One solution is combining things, like a sofa-bed, combination washer-dryer, or a machinegun-flamethrower.
Or you can save space by combining a table and a piano.



You could also throw a pad on top and use it for a bed, or even an orgy, and do it all without having to bother moving from room to room.
Think about it... a romantic dinner, play a silly little love song, and (cut away to euphemistic unfolding flower petals and skyrockets) score!


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spudcon  Wednesday Mar 10 05:33 AM

And the next morning, iron your pants, read your email, eat lunch, take a nap, after school snacks, dinner, homework, and groom Fido.



SPUCK  Wednesday Mar 10 06:14 AM

All on the $100k Special Table.



Griff  Wednesday Mar 10 06:24 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by spudcon View Post
And the next morning, iron your pants, read your email, eat lunch, take a nap, after school snacks, dinner, homework, and groom Fido.
Put a wood stove in that baby and we'd be all set.

Nice table btw.


nil_orally  Wednesday Mar 10 07:27 AM

Clip a couple of straps on and you could make a piano accordion, using one of the drawers as a squeeze box.



monster  Wednesday Mar 10 08:31 AM

Ugh, think of all the stuff that could drip down onto the keys while you use it as a table.


what?



capnhowdy  Wednesday Mar 10 09:20 AM

I'd just take the money and build a huge addition with a piano in it. But that's just me. A dumbass Marine.



xoxoxoBruce  Wednesday Mar 10 10:41 AM

You wouldn't get much of an addition/piano for six grand.



Pete Zicato  Wednesday Mar 10 11:28 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by xoxoxoBruce View Post
You wouldn't get much of an addition/piano for six grand.
If there were any logic in the world, you'd be able to get six grand pianos.

As it is, you get an average midi keyboard stuck into a table. Which makes the point of the thing moot. You could buy yourself a fairly decent Roland for $2000 and put it in the closet when you were done with it.

Unless you were rich enough and lazy enough to pay $6000 for something you don't have to put away.


Sheldonrs  Wednesday Mar 10 12:40 PM

If they can put a piano in the table, I wonder if I could stick my organ in the sofa.



spudcon  Wednesday Mar 10 01:23 PM

One more add on to the table...stirrups!



xoxoxoBruce  Wednesday Mar 10 04:25 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Pete Zicato View Post
You could buy yourself a fairly decent Roland for $2000 and put it in the closet when you were done with it.
But the closet is stuffed with the crap you cleared out to impress your romantic dinner guest.


Spexxvet  Wednesday Mar 10 06:40 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Sheldonrs View Post
If they can put a piano in the table, I wonder if I could stick my organ in the sofa.
Maybe someone's loveseat?


beauregaardhooligan  Wednesday Mar 10 10:47 PM

Man, they made those a hunnert and fiddy years ago!



nil_orally  Thursday Mar 11 03:18 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Sheldonrs View Post
If they can put a piano in the table, I wonder if I could stick my organ in the sofa.
Wouldn't you rather put it in a pouf?


Shawnee123  Thursday Mar 11 08:44 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Sheldonrs View Post
If they can put a piano in the table, I wonder if I could stick my organ in the sofa.
If your name were Davin, it would be your "dav(i)nport."


Sheldonrs  Thursday Mar 11 08:57 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by nil_orally View Post
Wouldn't you rather put it in a pouf?
Such an odd omen. hehehe


monster  Thursday Mar 11 08:57 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by beauregaardhooligan View Post
Man, they made those a hunnert and fiddy years ago!
lot of cup-holders on that!


Shawnee123  Thursday Mar 11 09:09 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by monster View Post
lot of cup-holders on that!
To hold their Olde Big Gulps.


sandypossum  Thursday Mar 11 05:18 PM

Duh, maybe a silly question, but what are those things that look like USB ports on the left of the table? Sort of in a niche? At first I thought it would be really cool if there was a built in computer as well, but then I realised the expensive table would soon be out of date.



Pete Zicato  Thursday Mar 11 05:35 PM

I believe those are buttons - settings for the midi keyboard embedded in the table.



Gravdigr  Friday Mar 12 12:42 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by spudcon View Post
One more add on to the table...stirrups!
And restraints at the corners...


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