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Well, since our progresss on getting the Gunnar man to stop marking his territory in the kitchen has been sporadic (at best), I've come up with a temporary workaround to try and stem the flood, so to speak, for the time being. As I mentioned, crating him as a puppy proved nearly impossible, as his will-power to resist this proved inexhaustible, however, he is perfectly content to hang out with me up in my office with the door shut so I can keep tabs on him. He's been on his best behavior, and seems to enjoy the extra attention, not caring that he and I are now both basically crated together. I guess it's a variation on misery loving company.

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4. How movie theaters SHOULD be laid out Jun 26, 2012, 11:31 kanniballl
 
Funny, but I disagree that sitting next to the elderly is like 1st class seating.

From my experience an elderly couple is often talking. I don't mean "elderly" as like 60 as some kids think, but like 70/80 and up.

Usually it's one spouse explaining what just happened because the other spouse doesn't "get it" or can't hear or can't see or whatever.

Granted, it's usually quieter than some kids yelling THEIR stuff... but hardly silent. And in a twisty film like "Inception" it's REALLY annoying to hear one spouse have to explain every single bit in every single scene.

Seriously... Inception was just an annoying experience due to that fact alone. But even still, it was less annoying than "Woman who brings in baby to see 10PM horror movie" or "loud teens saying stupid stuff"

The rest of the diagram... I can agree with. Including the "Toilet of Shame"





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