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Jim Klinge, broker-associate
858-997-3801
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617 Saxony Place, Suite 101
Encinitas, CA 92024
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Jim Klinge
Cell/Text: (858) 997-3801
klingerealty@gmail.com
701 Palomar Airport Road, Suite 300
Carlsbad, CA 92011


Category Archive: ‘James Bond/Austin Powers’

New Furniture Ideas

Looking for ideas for furnishing your new digs?  How about the form-follows-function sofa.

From the designer:

A three dimensional model of the sofa is created with a computer program. The model consists of three curved faces which can be virtually unfolded. Next, these faces are manufactured from steel plates with a laser cutting process. The plates are bent and welded together to obtain the final shape of the sofa. All functionalities of the sofa are created from one continuous line.

For the full compliment, click here:

http://www.contemporist.com/2010/12/12/form-follows-function-sofa-by-daan-mulder/

Posted by on Dec 12, 2010 in James Bond/Austin Powers | 10 comments

International Intrigue in Carlsbad

From www.carlsbadistan.com:

San Diego City Beat has uncovered a rather interesting Wikileak story regarding a wedding thrown by Dagestani ambassador to Moscow Gadzhi Makhachev. The reason it is interesting is that the cable also mentions that Makhachev had homes in San Diego and sent Dagestani youth (including his sons) to “a military type high school near San Diego.”

City Beat says Makhachev denied in published reports that he has homes in San Diego, however, they found that he actually owns four homes in Carlsbad, all of which we know well (one is located next door to Senior Grubby’s see below) and that he has sent 15 boys through Carlsbad’s Army & Navy Academy.

Makhachev HomesThe more interesting news is that, aside from donating $100,000 to the Army & Navy Academy, Makhachev reportedly had connections with a local machinery exporter and Carlsbad developer Bernard Goldstein, a man who was “indicted by a federal grand jury in November for allegedly hiding millions of dollars in overseas bank accounts.”

City Beat says that Goldstein has since “fled the country.”

How’s that for some local intrigue? Click the link for all the details in a well researched piece of investigative journalism from City Beat senior writer Dave Maass.

[Link: San Diego City Beat]

Posted by on Dec 11, 2010 in James Bond/Austin Powers | 6 comments