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1. Sobro Coffee Table 18:42
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2. Acanvas 15:57
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3. CT Fine Furniture - Automaton Table 13:58
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4. TAYBLES 10:40
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5. SPINDI 08:17
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6. Hafele 06:54
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7. The Obsidian Extendable Table 06:11
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8. Flexible Love Stretching Chair 05:03
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9. Harmony – Single Sofa Bed 02:57
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10. The Ollie Chair 00:15
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I don't support Democrats
1 they are fake socialist
2 they catering to the rich for power and status quo
3 they don't believe in right, law or accountability by individuals
4 they're opinions change like dirty underwear depending on what is popular in the social world.
From a sales perspective, it helps to let the potential customer know the name of one's product. I liked the first chair, but never learned its name despite a bunch of people saying it over and over. Why? Because I couldn't hear them clearly and I looked for the Ali chair, the Alley Chair, and never found it. Why not spell out the name in the video?
Most definitely I'd like the chair and also the a canvas most of all I'm in love with that coffee table sobrp,but my question is to whom invented these piece of furniture is How much is the a canvas that wooden chair that goes in different ways to of shapes and sizes, but that coffee table from son to it's amazing, and how much.
Por lo cual YAHWEH lo elevó al lugar altísimo y le otorgó El Nombre que es sobre todo nombre; para que en honor al Nombre dado, YAHSHÚA, toda rodilla se doble, en el cielo, en la tierra, y debajo de la tierra; y toda lengua confiese que YAHSHÚA HA MASHÍAJ es Amo para Gloria del PADRE YAHWEH.
You might want to reconsider associating your brand with this kind of trite bigotry. Not really a big deal as American don't respect European opinion enough to care if they attempt to insult us or not. ( I will confess to a certain annoyance at the lack of effort put forward. I feel like Cyrano de Bergerac when confronted with the drunkard's insult of, "Mr. Big Nose")
If want to position your brand as being a source of information about innovative and creative products, you should at the very least start by only endorsing bigotry expressed in innovative and creative ways.
It's a win all around.
For your target demographic who so desperately need a self-esteem boost, a creative new insult will give leave them with piece of smug self-rightousnes they so desperately need to plug that hole in their soul, the pleasure of which they will associate with your brand. As for the rest of us, well, a well crafted zinger, even one of which we are target, is always a guilty pleasure and we will remember and associate the artfulness with brand even while reflexively ignoring the actual insult.
Which Americans? We're not a restricted gene pool like European ethnic states. Neither are we a monoculture wherein everyone has the same taste and habits. We are the whole of humanity, genetically and culturally. Some American subpopulations have problems with obesity e.g. Polynesians, American-Indians, some Hispanics and some African-Americans. Other's such Swedish-Americans or Japanese-Americans don't.
Also, you have to remember that each American quintile of the income distribution is roughly 1/3 more materially wealthy than their quintile counterparts in Europe and nearly 1/2 more than their quintile in Asia. Material wealth and obesity have always correlated. European obesity rates have been climbing or falling in sync with increases and decreases in general wealth.
I'm old enough to remember back in the late 1980s and early 1990s when Parisians and others in Europe used to complain about American visitors constantly exercising, especially by jogging down the Champs-Élysées at 0600hrs. All kinds of gripping about Americans always on the go working or exercising and not slowing down to enjoy life more. Then they'd fire up a cigarette.
Anti-Americanism is a fascinating study. Even more so in the case of Americans who ego-indentify with European cultural elites.The phenomena is older than America proper itself. It's always something. Whatever we do, it's wrong. Once we terrified the aristocrats, now we terrify those who harbor secret desires to be the new aristocracy. So, that's still all for the good.
Once you experience a couple of decades (and see so much more in history) of such flip-flopping incoherent and utterly bad faith criticism, you realize hatred springs not from America itself, but from from collapse of self-esteem on the part of a minority (albeit loud minority) of Europeans who can't handle being utterly irrelevant to how to the rest of the world trundles on.
It would be hurtful, I suppose, except Americans lost all respect for Europeans and their opinions around the time of WWI. Since then, we've regarded Europe as either a senile elderly relative or idiot child bent on drowning themselves i.e. somebody we must care for out of love, not someone whose opinions we value. Europe is just another chore, another barn to muck out, not a fount of wisdom.
So, you rarely see Americans posting tediously trite insulting comments like yours but directed at Europeans et al because you have made yourselves of such little account, we simply don't notice what you do or say. Besides, if we do notice, the only response required is some variant of, "Hush, adults are talking," and that seldom seems polite.
I love the idea of the chair, but it will be nice if the chair was able to roll-up for convenient travel, like the man hauling it off the train. If it could roll-up, then it could be carried in a long drawstring bag carried across your back when traveling. But not bad, and could use this minor adjustment if possible.
Please open your minds as you read this, as I am seriously offering advice. You lost a great deal of credibility with me, when you did the "awe-fice" thing. You begin by telling us your background and qualifications but then crashed the plane with poor advertising techniques. You come across as a couple of very rich, obviously extremely liberal thinking folk from what seems like NY. You make zero connection to us average Joe, or "Deplorables thing. Perhaps that was the point, but I don't believe you intended this statement. Your design, and the chair idea got lost in your story. If you disagree, that is fine, however I was offering a different perspective and meant no offense to you. Your pitch seems to show 101 ways to use a chair instead of 1 way to use a unique chair. Regards.