Gentlemen, we have a situation… room.

314 Grove Neck Rd., Earleville, MD 21919

“You know what I need? A house with a 35-seat situation room.”

Wait, no. That is not something I have ever said. Or thought. Then again, I don’t live just a couple hours outside of Washington DC, so… maybe that’s a normal feature for homes near the nation’s capital?

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7 Comments on "Gentlemen, we have a situation… room."

  1. Well… I’m sure there’s a story, there. Beside the James Bond villain’s lair flashbacks, of course.

    What intrigues me is that if you look very closely at the listing pictures, this masters-of-the-universe rotunda is in its own separate complex: one large enough also to contain offices, smaller meeting rooms and hospitality support, and, to finish with all banners flying, furnished with its own separate entrance and driveway.

    My atavistic side immediately said, “Massive tax deduction for exclusive business use of that side of the property,” so long as the owner trooped in his clients, investors, and other monkeys on some semi-regular basis to lust after his life style and dance for his amusement. This being a text-book example of a qualifying structure, we may assume that he did. :)

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  2. Denita TwoDragons | November 28, 2012 at 10:39 AM |

    I would really really really REALLY hate to have to move that table all by myself. You think they make furniture coasters big enough for that…?

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  3. “SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL?! 17 BATHROOMS?! 47,000 SQUARE FEET?! 556 ACRES?! VACATION HOME???!!!”

    Yup… I actually exclaimed that at the top of my lungs when I saw it. (If I understood how to do the coding here, that would be in italics, too.) Hands down the biggest damn site we’ve seen. God only knows how much the potentially authentic Chippendale dining set is worth just on its own…

    As to the conference room, well I’m sure Mr. Cheney needs someplace to play out his ongoing Dr. Strangelove fantasies. After Condy Rice told him there would be no fighting in the real War Room, he went off in an indignant huff and built this place. Just don’t ever take him up on his offer to come up for a weekend of “hunting”…..

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  4. Denita TwoDragons | November 29, 2012 at 12:52 PM |

    @Emerald63: “Just don’t ever take him up on his offer to come up for a weekend of “hunting”…..”

    Soda smells good after two days of allergies. Having soda blown through your sinus cavities at the speed of sound, however… ;-)

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  5. @Denita TwoDragons: What? Didn’t you know? Neti pots are sooo passé. Soft drink nasal irrigation is now *the* standard. ;)

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  6. @Denita TwoDragons: I was showing hubby some of the recent posts when it occurred to me… “How the heck did they even get that table in there?! Did they build the room around it? Does it come apart in sections? What, like pieces-of-pie-shaped wedges?”

    Guesses, anyone?

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  7. Just me, or does this look like the bridge of the Enterprise D (from Next Gen)? But with the conference room table instead of the bridge? Hmm… Wesley! Have you been playing with the holodeck controls again?!

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