View Poll Results: What do you think about contemporary architecture?

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  • It's brilliant

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  • It's fine

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  • It's OK

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  • It's not bad

    1 7.69%
  • It's horrible

    3 23.08%
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Thread: Contemporary architecture

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    Re: Contemporary architecture

    Quote Originally Posted by Cephus View Post
    I couldn't care less what kind of cup I drink my coffee out of, if I drank coffee, which I don't. So long as it doesn't change the flavor, what difference does it make? The point is the coffee, not the container.
    First , it does change the flavour. Second, it makes a difference how the drink is served + other stuff that affects your sub-conscience.

    Here is one house I wouldn't even want to step in. Please excuse my snobbishness.

    Last edited by Canell; 04-20-11 at 06:36 PM.

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    Re: Contemporary architecture

    Quote Originally Posted by Canell View Post
    First , it does change the flavour. Second, it makes a difference how the drink + other stuff that affects your sub-conscience.
    It doesn't change the flavor unless something in the cup alters the coffee chemically.

    Here is one house I wouldn't even want to step in.
    Nobody says you have to. I find the design of the house terribly inefficient, that's the only reason I wouldn't want to live there, other than the fact I'd have to live in Madrid and have no intention of ever doing so.
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    Re: Contemporary architecture

    Quote Originally Posted by Canell View Post
    First , it does change the flavour. Second, it makes a difference how the drink is served + other stuff that affects your sub-conscience.

    Here is one house I wouldn't even want to step in. Please excuse my snobbishness.

    sub-conscience? I think you invented a new word....perhaps a useful description of the way some people here act.....

    conscience is an inner sense of right and wrong that hopefully compels us to choose right....

    You meant conscious, I think....
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    Re: Contemporary architecture

    Quote Originally Posted by UtahBill View Post
    sub-conscience? I think you invented a new word....perhaps a useful description of the way some people here act.....

    conscience is an inner sense of right and wrong that hopefully compels us to choose right....

    You meant conscious, I think....
    How embarrassing! You are right, of course. Please, excuse my language, I haven't practiced for quite a while.
    Eh, once upon a time I had a pretty good knowledge of the English language. Than I got old.

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    Re: Contemporary architecture

    Quote Originally Posted by Canell View Post
    How embarrassing! You are right, of course. Please, excuse my language, I haven't practiced for quite a while.
    Eh, once upon a time I had a pretty good knowledge of the English language. Than I got old.
    is OK....
    English is a very flexible language, it bends without breaking...otherwise politicians would have nothing to say.
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