Show us your Workstations! - 2013 Edition


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DaveGreen93

Ignore the cables, I'm working on that part...

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+longgonebn

The chair is a bit expensive just a warning lol http://ergohuman.com...nd-Leather.html

There are a lot of different modes to set the chair so you can feel comfortable. I kind of wish I bought the head rest lol I fell asleep in it quite a few times haha

The desk is from ikea

http://www.ikea.com/...1168/#/10219277

http://www.ikea.com/...ducts/10115519/

It is built really strong so no worries about it at all. :)

What about the desk mount you have? Amazing setup, the way I would have it!

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freak180

What about the desk mount you have? Amazing setup, the way I would have it!

Thank you very much :) Its the Humanscale M2 Chrome Finish Trim Clamp Mount (White) Kind of expensive btw.
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+longgonebn

Thank you very much :) Its the Humanscale M2 Chrome Finish Trim Clamp Mount (White) Kind of expensive btw.

Yup, just checked it out. You enjoy buying expensive stuff lol Wish I could afford that.

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SadJoker

Mine for this month

It's like... minimalist... porn. :woot: Nice!

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Mindovermaster

my workplace. Problem?

Least you don't have a wire problem...

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SharpGreen

Least you don't have a wire problem...

lol...probably more like a rodent problem. Sorry couldn't resist.

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The Dark Knight
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I should show my wife this pic, she will stop calling my room messy then!

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0nyX

Mine for this month

Amazing! Really liking the monitor and the case.

Any chance of sharing the wallpaper?

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djdanster

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ugh CRT's?! :rofl:
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Detection

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Seen that photo years ago :shiftyninja:

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Dot Matrix

my workplace. Problem?

Tonight, on "Hoarders"...

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paxa

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not trying to offend you whatsoever. and me personally i don't have any problem. but with that amount of coke...man your kidneys must be shot to sh**.probably. might consider going to a doctor in the near future

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beanboy89

not trying to offend you whatsoever. and me personally i don't have any problem. but with that amount of coke...man your kidneys must be shot to sh**.probably. might consider going to a doctor in the near future

It's a joke. That picture's been floating around the interwebs for quite a while.

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trek

Coke and what looks like sugary cereal (frosted flakes?) for breakfast... helloooooo diabetes

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medhunter

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Oh, My God.This is the most harmful model ever.I am glad my mom hasn't seen that 15y ago

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The Laughing Man

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terrible/10
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remixedcat

hey it was taken with my phone...

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