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Re: new monitor

Dying monitor...would love to wring the entire computer sometime!! I am one
of those people who loves esthetics more than convenience & since I am semi
retired thought I didn't need a real desk...even when I had a full time
job-as an art consultant & dealer my desk was a glass topped art deco
piece...no drawers or hiding places!
More correctly a wringer for washing =trade mark Pioneer..(very rusty) iron
base that has wheels? & a wooden top that lifts up to reveal the
wringers..it was quite a feat to figure out ho to makeshift a lower
keyboard shelf...but beauty & eccentricity will prevail!
----- Original Message -----
From: Kitty Morrissy <kmrsy@earthlink.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Saturday, January 04, 2003 5:58 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] new monitor

> SallyAnn,
> That's why I asked Jim about his.  Flat screen and flat panel not being
> same thing.  Flat screen is a flat screen but still has more than a foot
> stuff behind it.  I'd love to get a flat panel but will need to wait for
> prices to come down even more.  Still I'm lucky, my work table is 30
> deep x 54 in wide.  And another the same behind me.  To my right I have a
> 20in deep desk by 40 in long separating the two.  Small desk has a one
> shelf hutch.  I can spin around to all surfaces.
> Re: > (SA's)desk being an antique wringer washer
> > contraption with gears & a handle!...
> > My old one was dying & this solved 2 problems!!...
> I cannot grasp, cannot picture in my mind how anyone can use a wringer
> washer as a desk.  And your old 'what' was dying? Your desk or your
> And solving both problems - Do you launder your files or file your
> I think I am woefully lost here.
> Kitty
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