#1. I just got a Rialta (I'm the guy who posted on the old forum about getting a LeSharo... well, I upgraded). But the previous owner removed the pull-out table where you would put a laptop. I'm trying to make my own and wondered what the dimensions are (height, width, and depth both with and without the table actually pulled out). Apparently Winnebago no longer makes these. I've found a third-party option, but am worried it might be too big:(http://www.campingworld.com/shopping/item/oak-finish-wall-table/44376)
#2. I'm not a fan of the new forum layout. Maybe it's just because I'm a conservative, and I fear change. Or because of my fundamentalist religious convictions that tell me anything I don't understand is of the devil. I just feel more comfortable when things are arranged in categories and such. So, ultimately, it's probably more about my anal retentiveness. In any case, take it with a grain of salt.
I wasn't sure if he was talking about me or not. If anything, I figured that he was being sarcastic because I play somewhat deceptively.
"You know what I'm talking about, right?" He asked me.
"No, not really."
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