There’s a city you’d love then...∞∞∞ wrote:I do genuinely get that it's a connection between past and present; on the other hand, the engineer in me sees it for what it is: a building. I don't like to get emotionally connected to physical structures because they don't have infinite lifespans and it's just a matter of who'll witness each structure's death.Ibanez wrote:
Plus it's a good opportunity for this generation to leave something even better for the next ones.
Then again, there's quite a few buildings people find worth saving that I think should be torn down.
Their “urban planning” board is chock full of little Treeps
It is called Saigon and they can’t demolish and uproot fast enough. It was a beautiful city just 10 years ago
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