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the verdict! [May. 14th, 2002|05:16 pm]
Roy Janik
So... which house wins?

Was it the really expensive house with the cool attic room, the deck, and the oddly narrow halls?
Was it the house with the meditation crow's nest and inexplicable Zen garden?
Was it the house we couldn't get into, but is really cool, we promise?
Was it the house with the distressingly hot rooms and the random scrawl about the devil?
Was it the house with the great paint but situated on an insanely busy street?
Or should I keep looking?

Speak now!

[User Picture]From: zinereem
2002-05-14 03:19 pm (UTC)

Scott's reply

Here's Scott's answer:
I vote for this house (the first house we looked at):

Mostly because I didn't see the inside of this house (the house across from Erler).

Also, after describing to Angela of the houses over the phone she seconds my opinion. However we would come to see the inside of the second house if you could get us in. She's back in town tonight.
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[User Picture]From: cha_chee
2002-05-14 03:50 pm (UTC)
My votes are for the expensive one, the one we couldn't get into, and the busy street one, and not necessarily in that order.
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From: (Anonymous)
2002-05-14 05:50 pm (UTC)

[4 auds]I vote for the one in which a tree house can be easily made in the backyard...

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From: wettoad
2002-05-15 03:56 am (UTC)
being that i am not there i vote for the biggest one square feet wise
but you should prolly also keep looking, since you are buying it, you will be stuck with it for a while, so you better love it
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From: (Anonymous)
2002-05-16 12:40 am (UTC)
Definitely the most expensive one.

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