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    It is known that some jobs can be optimized by working several days per week from a home office. So any improvement in that environment that can reduce the week’s physical commute by even a day will reduce national energy consumption as well as personal stress.
    It is also known that men’s personal spaces are disappearing faster than the polar icecaps. What follows can increase both men’s spaces and the icecaps.

    It is but a modest proposal.

    Your home office is your workspace, so it should be the way you need it to be. Clutter is not all that useful for keeping out well-meaning partners. They will mention the clutter.

    They will mention it often.

    You need more than clutter. A consistent scheme of interior style is called for. Something you like, yet something she will choose to avoid.

    Women have been co-opting men’s personal spaces for years (the authors of “Where Men Hide” admit that the book, about men’s spaces, should have been called “Where Men Hid.”)

    For some guys, sports and hunting trophies are the choice of art. Not particularly appealing to women but men do not always want women around. Sometimes we even have to say, as gently as possible: Go away!

    Having a mounted animal head on the wall was one way denoting male space. That method is outdated but it’s still a useful bit of retro style; you can use a realistic, simulated animal head. That way only one creature is inconvenienced. Hint: It’s not you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aapn77 View Post
    It is known that some jobs can be optimized by working several days per week from a home office. So any improvement in that environment that can reduce the week’s physical commute by even a day will reduce national energy consumption as well as personal stress.
    It is also known that men’s personal spaces are disappearing faster than the polar icecaps. What follows can increase both men’s spaces and the icecaps.

    It is but a modest proposal.

    Your home office is your workspace, so it should be the way you need it to be. Clutter is not all that useful for keeping out well-meaning partners. They will mention the clutter.

    They will mention it often.

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    Women have been co-opting men’s personal spaces for years (the authors of “Where Men Hide” admit that the book, about men’s spaces, should have been called “Where Men Hid.”)

    For some guys, sports and hunting trophies are the choice of art. Not particularly appealing to women but men do not always want women around. Sometimes we even have to say, as gently as possible: Go away!

    Having a mounted animal head on the wall was one way denoting male space. That method is outdated but it’s still a useful bit of retro style; you can use a realistic, simulated animal head. That way only one creature is inconvenienced. Hint: It’s not you.

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    Me encantan los chistes por eso me dedique a la profesión de inflador para globos para poder hacer felices a los más pequeños de la casa.

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    Me encantan los chistes por eso me dedique a la profesión de inflador para globos para poder hacer felices a los más pequeños de la casa.







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    How much space wanted?

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    Wex began her artistic career as a painter. She eventually became interested in photography and body language. She started taking photographs around Hamburg. Eventually, these photographs developed into a collection of over 3,000 and would develop into her most notable work: “Let’s Take Back our Space”: ‘Female’ and ‘Male’ Body Language. The work is a collection of over 5,000 photographs that display different and similar forms of male and female body language in public, including public art in her examples. She collected these images between 1972 and 1977. The work, which was completed in 1979, has been exhibited internationally, and a book was published under the same title. Originally published in German, the book has since been translated into English and French. The work is cited as an important work in women's and gender studies, and feminist art.

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    Wex began her artistic career as a painter. She eventually became interested in photography and body language. She started taking photographs around Hamburg. Eventually, these photographs developed into a collection of over 3,000 and would develop into her most notable work: “Let’s Take Back our Space”: ‘Female’ and ‘Male’ Body Language. The work is a collection of over 5,000 photographs that display different and similar forms of male and female body language in public, including public art in her examples. She collected these images between 1972 and 1977. The work, which was completed in 1979, has been exhibited internationally, and a book was published under the same title. Originally published in German, the book has since been translated into English and French. The work is cited as an important work in women's and gender studies, and feminist art.
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