Posted by nothing matters and what if it did on December 22, 2003 at 11:58:21:
In Reply to: Re: architecture should be somewhat dangerous, and therefore thrilling posted by Richard Haut on December 22, 2003 at 05:24:28:
Today as in past history, the architect (and its building code) has continued to strive for quality, consistency, and safety in the built environment and in architecture, wherever and whatever language you view it. Some nations more advanced than others. I am empotionally impacted by Eschers "Up the Down Staircases", and would rather keep my views to the two dimensionality of it...afterall we are all human beings and whatever background seek the safety of our surroundings.
As for the poverty aspect of the great unwashed, I view that as a sickness needing to be treated like a disease. Afterall, we have been living with impoverished nations and communities for years and years with most poverty striken chosing to live in the condition that they have put themselves...safe and secure in their own cocoon of the "I will do nothing to pull myself up".Thank God for the dirt they live on, for even during the great depression, the poverty striken built dirt homes by which to live in on the great plains! Big Government has rid the sod home from their existence and made complacent the life of the homeless. Everybody has to be someplace, and ultimately, we will all have to die with a little dirt in us, but for today, we all have to be thankful for what we have. It truely is a great day to be alive!
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