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    • There’s a bug on the carpet
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    • 2000 days on this app. Top comment please?
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    • If you don’t hear this mans voice when the phrase “Good news everyone!” Comes up, you live a sad life.
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    • Those are temp offices on the right. They cannot hold any weight. The reason there are columns is because there’s no other way to support the ceiling.
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    • It was a preexisting building with the pillars and they placed cubicles around the pillars as best they could to save space
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    • The numbers mason, what do they mean?
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    • The NUMBER MASON WHAT DO THEY MEAN?!?
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    • Those pillars are supposed to be on the other side of the wall. But.. Faulty clipping detection and all.
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    • So do we agree Skyrim is best Bethesda game so far? I don’t wish to start a civil war...but I’m willing to take that chance.
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    • Be careful around the second pillar. If you hit it wrong you'll no-clip right into the backrooms
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    • The numbers Mason, what do they mean
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    • The "walls" on the right side aren't actually walls. Those are "new style" cubicles. This isn't actually a hall.
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    • The numbers Mason! What do they mean
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    • The numbers mason what do they mean
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    • Anytime I read “good news everyone” I instinctively read it in Professor Farnsworth’s voice
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    • It's the time code. From Frys ass!
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    • So is this the thing now? We are going to constantly shit on Bethesda as if they haven't made some of the best games ever all because of one game some people didn't like?
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    • THE NUMBERS MASON, WHAT DO THEY MEAN?
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    • The Matrix Recarpeted!
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    • The numbers mason, WHAT ARE THEY
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    • I read this as professor from futurama
      Redtube 6 aug
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    • There are movable cubicles behind the pillar it’s not a stationary wall
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    • The numbers mason
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    • 2003 days on this app. Top comment above the other guy please?
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    • Those are cubicles.....the support pillars FORM the hallway and they just stuck cubes on the other side of them...
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    • THE NUMBERS MASON, WHAT DI THEY MEAN?!?!
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    • Those are cubicles by the pillars not walls so the pillars aren't in the hallway
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    • Ones and zeros everywhere .. I thought I saw a two
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    • Those are low rise cubicle walls butting up to those pillars. Trust me. You would not want them attached to a flimsy cubicle wall.
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    • The numbers....what do they mean Mason
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    • The offices on the right can move around. The walls are all able to come down and go different ways. They aren't load bearing which is what the pillar is for. But it was funny and I get the joke, just for anyone actually curious
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    • “For 5.99 you can remove the pillars” -EA
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    • If you look carefully, you'll see a two
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    • the numbers what do they mean maeson
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    • Where's the fucking numbers masion!
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    • If you run against the second pillar you can clip through the ground and turn up in the parking lot faster
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    • The numbers Mason, what do they mean?
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    • Ok there Dr. Farnsworth
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    • To get the full hallway is the dlc
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    • The numbers Mason
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    • Why did I read this in Professor Farnsworth’s voice?
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    • They’re actually on the other side of that wall but they’re clipping through
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    • The numbers Mason
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    • The Pillars actually align with the rest of the hallway they just put cubicles next to them
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    • Not to be "that guy", but those walls are added mobile partitions. They built the walls to make extra offices, but the support beams were already there.
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    • They might not even be support pillars but something to hold wiring going up to the ceiling. Just bad design
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    • This benders apartment from future rama
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    • Bethesda acts like we don’t know what the backrooms look like
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    • Binary spoken, the carpet repeats: F.ck F.ck F.ck F.ck
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    • Also the other side of the pillars are cubicles not another actual wall you can see that there’s no trim along the ridge of the carpet
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    • "The numbers, Mason!"
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    • But can the carpet play Doom?
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    • Those are cubicals pal, not walls
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    • The number mason, what do they mean?
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    • clearly hasn’t been in a cubicle office
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    • Some say the people went in but never came out. It’s not haunted, there’s a bug that makes you fall under the building
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    • Someone realized it wasn't up to code and then a structural engineer had to work with what he was given.
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    • THE NUMBERS MAISON, WHAT DO THEY MEAN
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    • The numbers, Mason! What do they mean?!
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    • Imagine finding a 2 in there. I would flip the fuck out
      Kektaro 6 aug
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    • I guess that means their building isn’t up to CODE
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    • The pillars just clipped through the wall into the hallway, just as they intended them to do
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    • Remember the numbers mason...
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    • More than likely the pillars were there and those interior walls were constructed when someone else bought the space. Office/commercial spaces are often renovated under new ownership and they just toss walls and offices wherever
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    • im gonna give them the benefit of the doubt cause those walls by the pillars look fake and are probably just cubicles
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    • If you take a bowl from the common room,you can glitch through the pillars
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    • Those are cubicals dude
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    • Sort pillars come first. Someone designed the hallway to be obstructed by pillars.
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    • The numbers mason
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    • The other side is cubicles. The real question is, "Who ruined this perfectly good open work space with cubicles?"
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    • That carpet is more binary than modern gender selection
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    • It's a cubicle farm. The walls you see are just part of the Cubicles.
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    • That wall is actually a cubicle structure. They're temporary. Support structures are forever.
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    • If it's Bethesda then getting rid of the pillars is DLC
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    • No worries. It’s just a “gameplay feature”
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    • It’s not a wall... they’re cubicles
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    • The numbers mason what do they mean
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    • This better be the carpet in Keanu Reeves' mansion
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    • If it was Bethesda, there’d be a two somewhere in the binary
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    • Throw in a 2 and watch the place burn
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    • Its obviously an open space floor plan and that "hallway" is just the edge of the room and the room is filled with cubicles
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    • Numbers Mason what do they mean!?
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    • This feels like the matrix...
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    • I have a feeling he's trying to tell us something, but I dont know quite what...
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    • All i see is hearts and spades? You are the the chosen one welcome to the matrix
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    • The numbers Mason, what do they mean?
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    • Don’t worry we can clip through them
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    • It's an open floor plan, they just put in cubicles
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    • Those look like cubicals so why would pillars matter anyways
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    • Mason the fuck you doin with our carpets :/
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    • those are cubicles
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    • Why are they doing this instead of making elder scrolls 6
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    • WHAT ARE THE NUMBERS MASON?
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    • It doesn't spell anything for those wondering
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    • It’ll be patched in the next office update
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    • Buying a DLC removes the obstruction
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    • I wonder how long the wait time is when you open the door
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