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NOW I understand the process!

Posted by legallin (My Page) on
Wed, Nov 7, 12 at 5:53

Houzz has a great article on understanding the design/construction process with Venn Diagrams! LOL

Here is a link that might be useful: Houzz Venn Diagrams


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Lol - the unicorns.


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That is fantastic! A much needed smile. Maybe I should reconsider Ikea, lol.


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"And of course, now I want pie again." Who is this guy? He's very witty. According to his own tag line, he's, "Just an architect, standing in front of an ideology, asking it to love him."

Thanks legal - I needed the laugh!


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ROFLMAO !!!! THANKS & So true !!!!!
(I would add a category of finding american made products...)


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LOL!


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In truth, I liked it for a quick laugh. However, my logical side wants to say:

"A dumb mis-use of Venn diagrams. Why show an overlap and then say 'it doesn't exist' ? Just don't make those areas overlap. No one said the sets had to be everywhere convex..."


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Ha ha, Angie! I was analyzing these too literally, but once I let it go they were funny. Especially "unicorns".


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What's funny about unicorns?
They're in my plans, even if I have to tape a carrot to the forehead of my dog.

I WILL have unicorns.

Why the heck not? I'm doing it myself. :)


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I am finding it out the hard way. LOL

"However, my logical side wants to say:

"A dumb mis-use of Venn diagrams. Why show an overlap and then say 'it doesn't exist' ? Just don't make those areas overlap. No one said the sets had to be everywhere convex...""

Because most people think they do exist and he wanted to address those, I guess. :-)


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