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http://www.ohio.com/mld/ohio/news/16980459.htm

The basketball star's pad won't be finished until the summer of 2008 -- and no wonder. It will include a recording studio, a two-lane bowling alley, a casino, a 26- by 63-foot theater, a sports bar, an aquarium and a barbershop.

Yes, a barbershop. Says so right there on the prints. Lower level. Near the front. Next to the bowling alley.

A first-floor master suite, which includes a two-story walk-in closet, is about 40 feet wide and 56 feet long -- bigger than half the houses in Bath.

A place like this does not have a ``dining room.'' It has a dining hall (roughly 27 by 27). It not only has a ``great room'' (34 by 37), but a bigger, two-story ``grand room.''

The ``family foyer'' off the six-car garage -- near the elevator -- is inconsequential compared to the ``grand foyer'' inside the front entrance, complete with a sweeping, divided staircase leading up to four second-story bedrooms.

Outside, the west wall will feature a limestone sculpture -- a bas-relief of LeBron's head, wearing his trademark headband.

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Talk about self glorification at its finest. :wacko: Maybe when were all dead and gone, and our finest structres are weathered down to ruins in a few thousand years, humanities students will read about King James of the Cleveland Empire and his enormous palace, which "Is still to this day used as a marvelous place of worship by the Monks of the ancient religion of Cavalieranism."

Sorry, I just spent 8 hours writing a paper on the contrasting ideas and beleifs of Judaism and Christianity. :P

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http://www.ohio.com/mld/ohio/news/16980459.htm

The basketball star's pad won't be finished until the summer of 2008 -- and no wonder. It will include a recording studio, a two-lane bowling alley, a casino, a 26- by 63-foot theater, a sports bar, an aquarium and a barbershop.

Yes, a barbershop. Says so right there on the prints. Lower level. Near the front. Next to the bowling alley.

A first-floor master suite, which includes a two-story walk-in closet, is about 40 feet wide and 56 feet long -- bigger than half the houses in Bath.

A place like this does not have a ``dining room.'' It has a dining hall (roughly 27 by 27). It not only has a ``great room'' (34 by 37), but a bigger, two-story ``grand room.''

The ``family foyer'' off the six-car garage -- near the elevator -- is inconsequential compared to the ``grand foyer'' inside the front entrance, complete with a sweeping, divided staircase leading up to four second-story bedrooms.

Outside, the west wall will feature a limestone sculpture -- a bas-relief of LeBron's head, wearing his trademark headband.

just reading that tempted me to be a communist. but then its his money he can spend it any way he pleases. he don't just have a house, this guy has a palace that would make King Ludwig of Bavaria blush with envy.

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just reading that tempted me to be a communist. but then its his money he can spend it any way he pleases. he don't just have a house, this guy has a palace that would make King Ludwig of Bavaria blush with envy.

LeBron's not that rich. Because if he was, he surely wouldn't have a sculpture of himself made with a cheap medium like limestone...

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Talk about self glorification at its finest. :wacko: Maybe when were all dead and gone, and our finest structres are weathered down to ruins in a few thousand years, humanities students will read about King James of the Cleveland Empire and his enormous palace, which "Is still to this day used as a marvelous place of worship by the Monks of the ancient religion of Cavalieranism."

:winner:

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