> Put up another tower . . .
> put up another target?
that's not what the link says...
> Certainly there are those that already
> plan a shining, defiant replacement.
depends what you consider to be "defiant"
> Could "the corporation" resist such
> an idea?
not likely. they have the whole "bottom line" thing, and humanity got buried by
that some time ago.
> Donald Trump is said to be expressing
> the notion of building the world's
> tallest tower there. I doubt he is alone.
best way to defeat a foe
is to take away their power.
let "the donald" have his "tallest"
as long as his office
is on the top floor.
> I think Roger Ebert has a good idea
> because I think it's about your
> connection to the earth, your feet on
> the soil, not about your greedy head
> in the corporate clouds.
and i just thought it was a pretty idea
and a nice sentiment!
> And since you have called for comment on
> this, Tom, what do you think?
i liked what he said.
making a park there basically "flips the bird" to every "power" involved.
rebuild? no. renew.
it's a reversal of circumstance,
if that makes any sense...tom