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Punk is on page 52 of 432
This book has a really skewed version of history.
Apr 12, 2009 12:42PM
Chairs: A History


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I give up! This book is draining my will to live.
Apr 20, 2009 11:35PM
Chairs: A History

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"One of wicker's greatest moments was its presence in the airplane seat that carried Charles Lindbergh across the Atlantic in 1927."
Apr 17, 2009 09:06PM
Chairs: A History

Punk is on page 66 of 432
"The fifteenth and sixteenth centuries were critical in the development of the seat."
Apr 13, 2009 06:14PM
Chairs: A History

Punk is on page 30 of 432
The title of this book cracks me up. Just imagine Hermione saying it
Apr 11, 2009 01:20PM
Chairs: A History

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Punk "The collapse of the Roman Empire and the subsequent decline of living standards had a major impact on the function and importance of chairs in Europe for centuries to come."

-pg 32

Yes, the Dark Ages, so-called for their intellectually limited understanding of chairs.

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