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Re: Bauhaus

#41 Post by mockbee » Wed Feb 12, 2020 3:39 pm

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It's 4:30, time for dinner kv...

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Re: Bauhaus

#42 Post by kv » Wed Feb 12, 2020 3:57 pm

About fucking time! I've been waiting for minutes now!

And fuck cats!

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Re: Bauhaus

#43 Post by Juana » Wed Feb 12, 2020 5:38 pm

Yeah was the Home Depot center for a bit, the Galaxy play there I believe, I think the Chargers were using it prior to the complex they will share with the Rams opening I believe next year

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Re: Bauhaus

#44 Post by mockbee » Thu Feb 13, 2020 2:48 pm

Artemis wrote:
Tue Feb 11, 2020 6:40 pm

I did a little more research and found that Carson is 14 miles from the airport, so seems fairly central.

The pre-sale is easy, just gives you a code to use before the general public sale. The payment plan for this show is optional, I think. Fill out the form to get your code.

I looked into some flights and if I book now, I can get a return flight for under $500 non-stop. That's not bad at all. If I go, I would do a long weekend, like, leave on Thursday, fly back Monday or Tuesday. My passport expired last month, have to get it renewed.
Did you get the presale tx?

I am waffling on making the trip, need to save money, but would really like to go. Already up to $155/tkt essentially full price. Suppose I will wait. My brother is out of town and I can crash at his place but flights would still be $200+....then a car, hassle bla blah....
great....im kv...... :lol:

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Re: Bauhaus

#45 Post by Artemis » Thu Feb 13, 2020 5:58 pm

mockbee wrote:
Thu Feb 13, 2020 2:48 pm
Artemis wrote:
Tue Feb 11, 2020 6:40 pm

I did a little more research and found that Carson is 14 miles from the airport, so seems fairly central.

The pre-sale is easy, just gives you a code to use before the general public sale. The payment plan for this show is optional, I think. Fill out the form to get your code.

I looked into some flights and if I book now, I can get a return flight for under $500 non-stop. That's not bad at all. If I go, I would do a long weekend, like, leave on Thursday, fly back Monday or Tuesday. My passport expired last month, have to get it renewed.
Did you get the presale tx?

I am waffling on making the trip, need to save money, but would really like to go. Already up to $155/tkt essentially full price. Suppose I will wait. My brother is out of town and I can crash at his place but flights would still be $200+....then a car, hassle bla blah....
great....im kv...... :lol:

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No, I didn't buy tickets. I emailed some friends to gauge interest. I don't want to go by myself to this, would be fun to travel with at least one person to share expenses for hotel and car. I doubt I'll end up going though. I need to save money too. The entire electrical system and domestic plumbing in my building is being replaced this year with a hefty special assessment. My share for my apartment is $26K with another 5-15k for electrical work inside my place. Also, the exchange rate isn't that great for Canadians right now.

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Re: Bauhaus

#46 Post by mockbee » Thu Feb 13, 2020 6:13 pm

Yikes.
I hate HOAs I had a couple under my belt, at least I sold one...whew.

Never had special assessment. I think I would blow a fuse.
Already pay over $300 a month and that gets me exactly nothing. No amenities, no grounds/shared space, no pool, no water!, no nothin' ...just garbage and reserves. Hello Reserves! Why doesn't that pay expected improvements like new plumbing/electric after 30/40 years????
They had a special assesment before I got this place. I think I paid for it in the asking price....

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Re: Bauhaus

#47 Post by creep » Fri Feb 14, 2020 4:06 am

a few years ago i was buying a place and literally one day before closing a special assessment of 20k for siding was announced by the hoa board. the seller claimed he had no idea and was not willing to pay so i backed out. i was out the appraisal money and a few other things but much better than 20k.

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Re: Bauhaus

#48 Post by Artemis » Fri Feb 14, 2020 5:59 am

My building was built in the 30s and upgrades to Electrical and Plumbing have not been done in recent years. The electrical is below standard and does not meet current fire codes and regulations. The electrical is a mishmash from the 40s, 70s and 90s! The engineers we hired to work on this project said they were surprised that there hasn't been a fire. A couple of the apartments still have knob&tube wiring! :yikes: The pipes are quite old as well, and a mishmash too. In addition, we're undergoing major restoration to the exterior of the building, tuck-pointing, replacing bricks, and rebuilding the balconies, and other things like waterproofing. After these huge projects are complete in the next two years, we should only have cosmetic things to do like painting, replacing carpets, etc. We should probably move this part of the Bauhaus chat to a different thread.. :lol:

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Re: Bauhaus

#49 Post by mockbee » Fri Feb 14, 2020 8:14 am

Artemis wrote:
Fri Feb 14, 2020 5:59 am
We should probably move this part of the Bauhaus chat to a different thread.. :lol:
I don't know about that..... :wink:

I seem to remember you posting pictures or link of your building several years ago....ah... here we go:


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Actually very close - directly inspired by Bauhaus school - which was, as I am sure you know, the precursor to modernism (Gropius, Breuer, Meis) and the International style.(Corbusier)
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So, in actuality, this portion of the conversation is totally on point.

Panda needed to be more specific and include (Band) in the title.

:hehe:

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Re: Bauhaus

#50 Post by Hype » Fri Feb 14, 2020 8:16 am

I went to the Bauhaus Archiv many years ago. It was very disappointing. The band is better, even if they're just phoning it in.

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Re: Bauhaus

#51 Post by Artemis » Fri Feb 14, 2020 8:58 am

mockbee wrote:
Fri Feb 14, 2020 8:14 am

So, in actuality, this portion of the conversation is totally on point.

Panda needed to be more specific and include (Band) in the title.

:hehe:

:lol:
:lol:

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Re: Bauhaus

#52 Post by mockbee » Fri Feb 14, 2020 9:47 am

Hype wrote:
Fri Feb 14, 2020 8:16 am
I went to the Bauhaus Archiv many years ago. It was very disappointing. The band is better, even if they're just phoning it in.
Should have took the short train to Dessau and gone to the real thing.
:noclue:

The school is a temple (architecture wise)if you know what you are looking at. Pretty much changed/influenced 75% of designed buildings/space in last 80 years.
The stairs and glass curtain wall and facade scale ....yseah.

:rockon:

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Re: Bauhaus

#53 Post by Noonesshocking » Sun Feb 16, 2020 8:18 am

No indication they’re coming to Philly soon or ever, so I bought NYC tix last night. Would rather make a trip than wait and regret never seeing them.

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Re: Bauhaus

#54 Post by mockbee » Mon Feb 17, 2020 6:44 am

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Re: Bauhaus

#55 Post by mockbee » Mon Feb 17, 2020 6:49 am

Artemis wrote:
Thu Feb 13, 2020 5:58 pm
mockbee wrote:
Thu Feb 13, 2020 2:48 pm
Artemis wrote:
Tue Feb 11, 2020 6:40 pm

I did a little more research and found that Carson is 14 miles from the airport, so seems fairly central.

The pre-sale is easy, just gives you a code to use before the general public sale. The payment plan for this show is optional, I think. Fill out the form to get your code.

I looked into some flights and if I book now, I can get a return flight for under $500 non-stop. That's not bad at all. If I go, I would do a long weekend, like, leave on Thursday, fly back Monday or Tuesday. My passport expired last month, have to get it renewed.
Did you get the presale tx?

I am waffling on making the trip, need to save money, but would really like to go. Already up to $155/tkt essentially full price. Suppose I will wait. My brother is out of town and I can crash at his place but flights would still be $200+....then a car, hassle bla blah....
great....im kv...... :lol:

:noclue:
No, I didn't buy tickets. I emailed some friends to gauge interest. I don't want to go by myself to this, would be fun to travel with at least one person to share expenses for hotel and car. I doubt I'll end up going though. I need to save money too. The entire electrical system and domestic plumbing in my building is being replaced this year with a hefty special assessment. My share for my apartment is $26K with another 5-15k for electrical work inside my place. Also, the exchange rate isn't that great for Canadians right now.
https://cruelworldfest.com

All tickets sold out.

:wavesad:

Now I am regretting this not getting tickets. :balls:

This is kv and panda's fault. They lulled me into a state of aloufness that dampened my frenetic inclination to get a ticket. Thanks a lot guys..... :conf: :flip:

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