Discussion in 'Bedlam & Flame' started by SiggyPoke, Oct 1, 2010.
God, that's ugly.
It looks like the typical McMansion only larger. It has no identifiable architectural style whatsoever - just a big tasteless builder home. Why is it exactly what I would expect? Maybe it will have a pool with the Zero U logo and an awning designed to look like his visor.
Annnnd thhhhhe hooooome ooof aaaa SOOOONER!
That has to be the home of a osu grad and Bob's double wide is behind it
so true must be
lol, that's awesome!
You know what, Good for him. Looks kinda disjointed, but the D&D-playing side of me thinks it's alright.
That is quite a house! Good for Bob, keep the economy going!
A little more info on the Stoops house. A year ago last summer Stoops and his Wife flew to Italy with their interior designer to buy everything for the interior of the house.
my house is BIGGER.
I'm speaking as one with a background in architecture...
It's slightly irritating to me that those who have the means to afford architecture often dismiss it. Architecture is a luxury that can make a huge statement, yet it is so unappreciated by so many.
All the OU fans are right down the road from the double wides in the trailer park. Mullets are lining up for miles for to get an autograph from bobby on their wife beaters.
So he is staying at OU after all?
If he leaves, he is going to have a hard time getting his money out of it.
Id say so. There is almost zero market for a house like that in Oklahoma. He would never get his money back out of it
2.5 million or would you say more?
Why couldnt he sell it to his starting Qb??
Hahaha puke just when you have the osu fans ready to gut punch you and rub your nose in cat shit you come up with a gem like this.
Bradford can buy it once he gets hurt in the NFL. Not wishing bad luck on the kid but he does play for the rams...
Someone with a background in architecture thought it would be cool to build it, so which of you two should we listen to?
Wrong. Someone with a background in construction thought it would be cool. Feel free to ask anyone in the OSU School of Architecture what they think about it, students or faculty.
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