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post #31 of 211
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Originally Posted by SysteX View Post
I had a single freshman year, and will have a single for my remaining four years--it's ideal given the value of my gear.
Five year school? Boston? You wouldn't happen to go to Northeastern, would you?
post #32 of 211
Rest assured, in 6 weeks, my dorm setup won't be near the grandeur of what has been on display in this thread
post #33 of 211
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Originally Posted by DJShadow View Post
Rest assured, in 6 weeks, my dorm setup won't be near the grandeur of what has been on display in this thread
Hah, me neither. For me it will be my Denon AH-D1000s plugged into the headphone out on my laptop (ideally there'd be a Move between there, but that looks to be financially unfeasible at this time)
post #34 of 211
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Originally Posted by Computerpro3 View Post
Where the heck do you guys put your TV's? Is there a way to set it up so you can watch from your bed or do you pretty much have to get a TV/monitor combo and put it on your desk?

In other words, do you think it's possible to bring my 30in dell and use it as a pc monitor and a 42in westinghouse flatscreen and use that as a tv?
It would be a tight squeeze. I just have a TV tuner on my 22.
post #35 of 211
Thread Starter 
So the desk is teh only place for a TV since we can't wal mount?
post #36 of 211
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Originally Posted by DBrim View Post
Five year school? Boston? You wouldn't happen to go to Northeastern, would you?
Nope. I'm planning on doing a 5-year BA/MA program--and not at Northeastern.
post #37 of 211
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Originally Posted by SysteX View Post
Nope. I'm planning on doing a 5-year BA/MA program--and not at Northeastern.
Ah. I was just curious since NU is a five year program.
post #38 of 211
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Originally Posted by jbloudg20 View Post
this is what it looked liek last year:

Apparently someone does have a "dry" campus, and someone is also very wealthy...
post #39 of 211
No dorm here...

my school is booked up on their "dorms" (which are more like apartments) and there's a waiting list to get in them this semester.

Even if I did get in, it would be another $7-8000 (or more).

So i'm looking for an apartment on my own in chicago. but need a roommate to split the cost with.
post #40 of 211
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Those are some snazzy Christmas lights you've got there.
post #41 of 211
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Originally Posted by Deiz View Post
Those are some snazzy Christmas lights you've got there.
accent lighting
post #42 of 211
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Originally Posted by colonelkernel8 View Post
Apparently someone does have a "dry" campus, and someone is also very wealthy...
How do I have a dry campus? And wealthy.. I think not!
post #43 of 211
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Originally Posted by jbloudg20 View Post
How do I have a dry campus? And wealthy.. I think not!
I meant to say that you don't have a dry campus, my bad. Dry campus means no liquor allowed, I can see three reasons in your picture for me to believe that your campus is not dry.
post #44 of 211
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Originally Posted by jbloudg20 View Post
this is what it looked liek last year:

JB you better bring some of that Goose when you come here
post #45 of 211
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Originally Posted by xnothingpoetic View Post
Even if I did get in, it would be another $7-8000 (or more).
Wow, at UC Berkeley the dorms are $12,000 for a double (and I believe they're ranked rather low in terms of dorm quality).

Some sweet rigs I've seen in here. I'll post my rig in about 2 1/2 weeks
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