I know...hangs his head.
Man, if there's ever an earthquake in your area, you're gone!
This is a hard hat area.
controlled chaos. I bet you can find everything within seconds.
I bet his kitchen is spotless....
As a matter of fact, it is...
Yes, but I know where everything is.
You're a good man, my friend.
Now that your office is nice and clean and you're bored, I have plenty of things to do in our garage to keep you busy :-P
Oh Honey, not again.
I've had days like that. Looks organized to me.
Really it is.
You need to add some books and sticky notes - your office is too bare...... :0)
Thinking about hanging a few pictures....
Which one is the after picture? :-)
Ah, let me get back to you on that...
OMG! i soooo need to come down there and clean and organize that office!!!your friend,kymber
It's art, art I tell 'ya.
I see nothing wrong. It looks like a lot of offices I've had. You can never have to much stuff in your office.If you have more stuff, you never have to dust. LOL!
Dust adds class.
It's neater than mine. Okay, less messy.
LOL, obviously you have a PHD (Pile it Higher and Deeper)... But I'm betting 'you' know exactly where things are when you need them!
Within reach too.
I zoomed in on the third picture and I see a photo of a male and female dressed in S&M gear stuck on the filing cabinet. I think we need some clarification on that!
Ah, now I see. On closer inspection I see it's Bill and Hillary. I'm glad it wasn't you and Sweet Wife, that might have been too much. HA!
I too the picture at one of there parties...who knew.
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Looks like my loading bench...now where are the small magnum primers? Oh here they are.. under the large pistols...of course.The desk in the office is organized a little like yours, except I am more in danger of an avalanche.
This office decor just happened...kinda grows on ya, doesn't it. Thanks, Skip.
I take it that the red light on the phone lights up when the its the President on the line: very high tech.
Actually, the wife...you know, I should flip the old timer over and find its date of manufacture. I'm almost positive it was built back in the seventies. Oh, the light failed years ago.