9/3/10 – the brangelina of 1900

More pics from where I work.

This marble fireplace was imported from Italy for $1,000,000, or so we are told – in 1920.
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5 responses to “9/3/10 – the brangelina of 1900

  1. Wow Lawrence…interesting but had to laugh at your heading!! I wish you a brilliant weekend…Much love x

  2. Okay Lawrence…I have to admit the picture of the guy was a little on the weird side…looks like an interesting place to work.

    • I suppose it can be. As well, since it’s a children’s and family social service agency, it’s not unusual to hear kids running through the halls or babies crying, and for a while a gineau pig lived in a nearly office.

  3. Ample bosom the lass has, could be very distracting in the workplace?

  4. hahahahha.. LOVED Cindy’s comment! πŸ™‚
    The guy just looks frustrated! πŸ˜‰

    Good thing you posted this, L… totally apt title too!! πŸ˜€

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