Never the same shot twice


RipleyExile 16 1.6k 17 England
25 Jun 2008 11:52AM
linky.

Probably not so good if you have vertigo or get dizzy easily. Smile

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conrad 15 10.9k 116
25 Jun 2008 12:07PM
Interesting. But... "apartments would spin a full 360 degrees, at voice command" - whose command? The people who live there? And what if inhabitants of a floor disagree with one another?
joolsb 15 27.1k 38 Switzerland
25 Jun 2008 12:12PM
Just going by the price of the apartments, my guess is that each one will take up a whole floor....
conrad 15 10.9k 116
25 Jun 2008 12:15PM
Ah, that would explain it. Still - if there's more than one person living in an apartment, and they don't agree on how (much) they want to spin the thing...
fauxtography 14 6.6k 36
25 Jun 2008 12:16PM
I guarantee they'll get some tenants that compain because they want theirs to "spin the other way".
RipleyExile 16 1.6k 17 England
25 Jun 2008 1:13PM
You don't want anything getting thrown out a window/falling off from above incase it goes through your roof. It could take ages before the hole is accessable to get fixed.
RipleyExile 16 1.6k 17 England
25 Jun 2008 1:16PM

Quote:Interesting. But... "apartments would spin a full 360 degrees, at voice command" - whose command? The people who live there? And what if inhabitants of a floor disagree with one another?


If it's the tennants command then you could be in a bit of a mess if you're giving someone directions over the phone to get to you.
MikeRC 14 3.6k United Kingdom
25 Jun 2008 1:37PM
...ah not something I need worry about..... LOL

.....Mike
zed 15 551 United Kingdom
25 Jun 2008 1:49PM
I think each floor spins individually to the others.

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