Last month, I was telling one of my friends how I would be going to see a play with my compadre. She asked how much it cost, so I told her the price, including the fact my ticket was more expensive than my compadre's. Due to her curiosity, she asked why. At this point, I could have told her the true answer, as the theater had discounts for student pricing compared to non-student pricing. However, considering how gullible this friend is, I first told her the theater was involved in a feminist movement, and so male attendees would have to pay more. This friend was shocked for a second, but before I let her respond, I quickly told her I was kidding. I then made up the fact the theater required us to report our personal income, and so my ticket would be pricier since I was working. By now, I thought she would have seen through all the complexities and called me out on my lies, but again rather than objecting, she just commented on how weird it was. If there is anything I learned from this, other than confirming her gullibility, is the fact sometimes the simplest answer is not always the most obvious or accepted solution. A lot of different venues charge based on either age or employment status, but to her, it was not the most immediate answer. On an aside, it could also just be a specific issue with this particular friend. Today, we have a pretty simple looking way to mount two monitors on a single stand in the SilverStone ARM23BS. Taking a look at the manufacturer's website, this may look like a pretty normal way to solve such a problem, but is it actually the case? Hopefully this review will answer your questions and more about the SilverStone ARM23BS!