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November 17th, 2002

What’s Under Your Bed?

If I were to come to your house/apartment/basement-room-in-your-mom’s house and looked under the bed, what would I find? Does your bedroom have good feng shui (with nothing under the bed, allowing the energy to flow freely), is it an organized storage space, or has it become a repository for various junk that accidentally gets kicked under there over time?

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FROM: Chris [E-Mail]
DATE: Sunday November 17, 2002 -- 12:04:57 pm
You forgot to answer your own question! We store the expansion leaves for the dining room table under our bed, and at Christmas we hide presents for the under there too. Although the kids are at an age where they will be searching the that probably won't fly this year.

FROM: Robert [E-Mail]
DATE: Sunday November 17, 2002 -- 12:54:38 pm
There always is dust under my bed, but that has more to do with the low clearance than my laze-e-ness. Sometimes the cat gets under my bed because he knows I can't reach him there.

FROM: Matt
DATE: Sunday November 17, 2002 -- 11:23:59 pm
Currently under my bed you will find: lots of magazines dating back to my high-school years, both of Howard Stern's books, some video tapes including Gleaming the Cube, some cd's, a bag of casettes including: Zamfir and the 5th Ward Boys, and finally a large banner for Stuart Saves His Family.

FROM: The Heneghan family\'s Moonfaced Monsta!
DATE: Thursday July 8, 2004 -- 2:08:24 pm
Lot's of boxes full of stuff, socks, stuffed animals, dust, magazines and other things, sometimes Game Boy Advanced games as well!

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