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(KOB4)   Opening of $60 million district courthouse to be delayed after somebody forgot to buy $250,000 worth of furniture   ( divider line
    More: Strange, Susana Martinez, judicial district  
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2012-12-06 02:01:38 AM  
Honestly if we can house the homeless and sick in crappy buildings, why can we not hold court in a tin shed?

$60mil is pretty offensive.

Too much govt money goes into making things almost as cool as the coolest private companies - STOP TRYING TO COMPETE!!!!

They are private, I expect you to be utilitarian - if you want a slippery dip to your lunch room then go work for google.

That said, I have been in some amazing tin sheds, it just takes a bit of brains to make some amazing things from small budgets.
2012-12-06 05:15:19 PM  

The_Homeless_Guy: MBooda: What will New Mexicans think of next? The Pueblo Indians were too stupid to invent doorways, so they get in and out of their houses with ladders.
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Pretty sure they built them like that as they weren't particularly peaceful people/having a ladder you can pull up is a good way of keeping people out.

Admittedly, having no furniture is an equally good way of keeping unwanted guests from overstaying their welcome.
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