Well, if we are going to start dreaming, how about a port hole in the door?

You know, so that when the spouse starts droning on about whatever he/she
drones on about, you can retreat to that "place of happiness" that is fully
stocked with a kick butt PC, iSeries, HDTV, Tivo, pool table, etc...then
every now and then peek out and decide if the drone is still going on.  If
it is, close the port hole and continue...if the coast is clear, you can
then open the door smiling and say "Yes Dear"!

Warning: If you have a port hole, you MUST also have a "instant recall loop
recording device".  This is so that at any time you can instantly repeat the
last 20 seconds of drone speak.  Very useful for the dreaded "You're not
listening to me" proclamation. Hit the remote control button and you
instantly prove that you were listening!  Since we are all geeks here, the
button could probably be rigged to activate based on speech recognition!

<GDR>

Bob on a slow day in Indy

-----Original Message-----
From: pctech-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:pctech-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Booth Martin
Sent: Wednesday, October 11, 2006 12:48 PM
To: PC Technical Discussion for iSeries Users
Subject: Re: [PCTECH] Home office design

Small bath, including a shower.  A refrigerator.  Lets see...  an
outside stairway for an attractive entrance from the street, should you
ever have business guests, and book shelves.  A layout area with a
whiteboard or something similar, and place for your dog (you *do* have a
kicking dog of course?) Also, just because we need it, a hobby/hardware
place where you can build models, rebuild PCs, and for the children &
grandchildren have their own "office space" to do their work & projects.



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