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yurib wrote:Jan 30, 2014
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    The lady on the couch doesn't agree either, look at her face!
  • Jenn
    omg. get serious people. I have three boys (all much older than a baby now) and I would toss them up and catch them all the time when they were infants. they loved it and NEVER suffered any kind of brain damage. not even remotely close. ..the mother in this pic is just looking on like any other mother would do. that doesn't mean it's wrong. I'm sure the father isn't an idiot and would never harm his baby. ...people will judge ANYTHING!!!! unbelievable. PS. that baby is nowhere near the fan. do you really think the mother and the person taking the pic would just casually let that happen and not stop the father if the baby really was close to it??? come on!! use your head before jumping to conclusions. ...ugh. the internet annoys me to no end sometimes...
tkm219 wrote:Oct 31, 2012
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    Would someone please explain what is happening here? I don't believe it is an Infant and I pray I'm right.
  • Jenn
    omg people!!! he's not throwing the child across the room! he's tossing him up a mere few inches and catching him. I did it with all 3 of my babies (very very verrrrrrry carefully, just like I'm sure this father did) and my children loved it and it NEVER caused any kind of harm let alone brain damage. i would die before I'd hurt my kids and I'm sure the father in this pic feels the same way. ..so calm down. seriously.
sarahbt wrote:Jun 15, 2011
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    Hopefully it's not by throwing your kid into the air to see if it hits.
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    This entire scene scares the heck out f me...particularly because a child is being thrown in the air beneath this particular ceiling fan, which is an Industrial fan that is not suitable or safe for the application. The installation manual explicitly states that the blades must NOT be installed any lower than 10 feet from the floor. In this case, it is obvious that they are much lower than that.

    Ceiling fans classified for industrial use are not designed for use in residential homes because the blades are thin metal and operate at a higher RPM than residential ceiling fans. The 10 foot from the floor rule is because the blades are capable of causing severe bodily harm. They are also not designed to run quietly.

    If this look is what was desired, a better choice is the Loft from Emerson, which can be found here: Emerson Loft Ceiling Fan



suzanneb wrote:Feb 24, 2011
ccrou wrote:Jan 19, 2014
  • Jenn
    omg.... seriously???

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killyscheer
Scheer & Co. Interior Design added this to In the Rotation: Ceiling Fans Go ChicMay 13, 2011

With only three blades, like the previous one, this sleek fan works beautifully in clean, modern spaces. The low furniture and high placement of the fan make this living room feel much taller than it actually is.

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Chris Stoeber added this to cstoeber's ideasApr 21, 2018

Ceiling Fans. I need that in my living room as I get afternoon sun. I like a fan that is sleek and doesn't call out attention to itself. I like this one.

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