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Stupid Furniture Story

This week has been interesting to say the least. Code is coming along well and the application is shaping up to be something special. Now, if the furniture that we purchased (actually went in and bought it) would show up, without me having to burn cycles calling to ask where it is, that would be fantastic.

My experience with 2 separate stores now have ended the same way, me making the order and them taking my money but me having to call back at least twice to find out where the goods are, like I have time for that. What gives? Seems kinda strange that they build the stuff but the likelihood of it actually showing up at your door is low. This makes me wonder why I don't go back to building my guys' desks out of saw horses and doors.

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