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Old school desksk, first floor..

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Posted by Path Walker 12/27/2004 10:53 PM | remove
  I think one of the odd things (since there were quite a few) about this place is that besides FJ, none of us saw this stuff on the way in, and we were right next to it. It was like someone had ditched all the things they couldn't sell at a yard sale, couldn't store at a hospital or school, or had tore up from the side of the road, all in this one part of the "ground" floor of the place.
Posted by 'Dukes 12/27/2004 11:44 PM | remove
  It did seem like an empty floor on the way in; Maybe because we were anxious to get off the street level. Also I believe that stuff was mostly on only one half of the place, whilst we originally headed directly to the loading dock garage.
Posted by MatC 12/28/2004 7:49 PM | remove
  Yeah, I believe we entered almost at the exact opposite end from where this stuff was located. The building was so long that it would have been easy to miss this stuff from where we got in.
Posted by BravoOrig 3/12/2006 5:29 AM | remove
  Memories from elementary school, though a friend and I preferred the few square grey ones my school had. You could square all your books and everything stayed organized in it.
Posted by 1ajs 12/22/2007 3:22 AM | remove
  are they ever neat looking desks
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