[Stadium] Stade Océane, Le Havre - KSS by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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I like this image: https://www.kssgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/Le_Havre_03.jpg

Another article on this stadium:

"STADE OCÉANE TO HOST FIXTURES AT 2019 FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP" https://sportsvenuebusiness.com/index.php/2018/02/10/stade-oceane-host-fixtures-2019-fifa-womens-world-cup/

How Tall Can We Build? | Answers With Joe ~ Joe Scott - [ My Bittersweet Seeds story has a great tower of sorts. ] by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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You may like the last act of /s/BittersweetSeeds. Imagine a matrix of systems and towers along a 12km valley and beyond, all of them interdependent yet independent - so you could replace/upgrade parts of it as you go.

How Tall Can We Build? | Answers With Joe ~ Joe Scott - [ My Bittersweet Seeds story has a great tower of sorts. ] by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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Interesting video; like towards the end, he touches on the idea there really is no limit to what we can build; BUT, we hardly can handle the unknowns of the Earth. So while we can build them, how long they'll stand is another story entirely; forget about unseen consequences.

Also, I wonder about the lifespan of these super structures; unlike their ancient counterparts, our modern buildings on average are designed to last from 30 to 50 years maximum. Who would pay the back end cost for the demolition of such structures. Heck, I wonder how long the ROI would be on something that costs so much.

A few extra steps by useless_aether in Architecture

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They have lowered the standards and building codes too far for sanitariums.

A few extra steps by useless_aether in Architecture

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It would make for a nice little kiddie pool.

Home Build Tiny House Houses On Wheels Your - http://sehatituperlu.com/ by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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Someone reported this as spam! How so?

Build A Cabin For Under $5,000! - Arbeitsplatte Küche Mini Outdoor Küche Ikea Küche Individualisieren - http://sehatituperlu.com/ by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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Someone reported this as spam! How so?

A few extra steps by useless_aether in Architecture

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That's some Escher shit.

Guangzhou Library by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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"New Impossible Ancient Stonework Documentary 2019 Precision Carving That Leaves Us in Awe" by Disclosed TruthTV (2019-02-26) - YouTube really wanted me to see this. by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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Sometime YouTube really pushes the same "recommended for you" videos. I guess they're popular or promoted in the algorithms.

See also:

Ancient mystery "impossible carvings" are obviously NOT IMPOSSIBLE! These small polygraph duplicating devices for dual hand written pages could easily be scaled up for large construction projects, set at other angles than just side-by-side AND with templates to guide and limit the resultant shapes. /s/AlternativeHistory/comments/emu/ancient_mystery_impossible_carvings_are_obviously/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polygraph_(duplicating_device)

It's not fucking rocket science! I'm so tired of stupid people pushing ancient mysteries being impossible!

Even modern day totem pole carvers still use the same techniques to "mysteriously" carve their totem poles with magical geometric symmetry.

IT'S NOT MAGIC! It's just clever and it's simple.

That's how they get those perfect corners and such. And if you change out the carving heads you can carve the impossibly hard materials.

Duh.

How Michelangelo created his statues - the water method. Working large marble blocks carved top down, Michelangelo referenced small wax models immersed in water, gradually lowering the water line that he used as a cross-section outline shape to copy - not unlike a 3D laser scan. /s/AlternativeHistory/comments/emw/how_michelangelo_created_his_statues_the_water/

See also: http://www.michelangelomodels.com/m-models/how-he-made/how_he_worked_index.html

WALLS WALLS WALLS! - Add your favourites! Border fences, Great Walls, wall fails, wall memes, exterior structural support, indoor room divisions, ice walls, Wall Streets, wall bangers & climbers, Pink Floyd Albums, interrelationship barriers... Whatever a "wall" means to you. May become a gallery. by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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That's the wrong wall of shame. You need the wall with the photos of the elites that made those folks feel a compulsion to shoplift in a rigged economy and oppressive state.

WALLS WALLS WALLS! - Add your favourites! Border fences, Great Walls, wall fails, wall memes, exterior structural support, indoor room divisions, ice walls, Wall Streets, wall bangers & climbers, Pink Floyd Albums, interrelationship barriers... Whatever a "wall" means to you. May become a gallery. by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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Exactly. That's step one.

In this very photo I was thinking, "I need to find a wall formed of materials that can withstand both tensile, and compressive forces!"

That was a brick wall. My technique was a functional failure (epic in that photo, though).

Edit:. Great photo by the way! That was fast!

WALLS WALLS WALLS! - Add your favourites! Border fences, Great Walls, wall fails, wall memes, exterior structural support, indoor room divisions, ice walls, Wall Streets, wall bangers & climbers, Pink Floyd Albums, interrelationship barriers... Whatever a "wall" means to you. May become a gallery. by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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I kick walls down, and into bridges.

Then I kick those bridges in half, and use them as diving boards.

Then I dive of off the diving board, and into the dry riverbed below.

This isn't a story about success.

Amphitheater Pron - Whatever an "amphitheater" means to you. May become a gallery. by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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WALLS WALLS WALLS! - Add your favourites! Border fences, Great Walls, wall fails, wall memes, exterior structural support, indoor room divisions, ice walls, Wall Streets, wall bangers & climbers, Pink Floyd Albums, interrelationship barriers... Whatever a "wall" means to you. May become a gallery. by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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Copied from the Ryan Dawson AntiNeoCon ANCReport Discord Chat (out of context), by user:Lightning.and.the.Sun :


Because something won't work perfectly, it won't work at all is the most disingenuous argument

"Why have a door on your house, someone will just cut a hole in it"

If there's sound and fury, you're over the target

It's so patently obvious that walls work and that's why people f---ing lie so much about it

Tunnel under it

Climb over it

I want ppl to do that

Like tunneling under something is easy

5 minutes and a spoon and you're done

I just ridicule people and agree and amplify

Like this

"Walls don't work, that's whg men have spent millions of man hours and countless riches constructing them, because they don't work" https://media.discordapp.net/attachments/428399448993824770/545433861576720394/FB_IMG_1547227520398.jpg?width=360&height=242

"Great cities have built walls since prehistory to defend from invaders because they don't work." https://media.discordapp.net/attachments/428399448993824770/545434280923234314/FB_IMG_1547226398497.jpg?width=360&height=240

"You can just dig a tunnel, or use a ladder. Waste of money after the invention of the ladder." https://media.discordapp.net/attachments/428399448993824770/545434709916778497/FB_IMG_1547226394075.jpg?width=360&height=179

Then i end with

"I want a wall you can climb over easily" https://media.discordapp.net/attachments/428399448993824770/545435005380460545/Screenshot_20190111-004752_Google.jpg?width=273&height=270


Paul VI Audience Hall at the Vatican - Satanic? by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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Well thanks for the feedback, but like you said it's not a priority right now, it's a bit of a niche situation as far as the site in general is concerned. But if you happen to figure it out, let me know.

Paul VI Audience Hall at the Vatican - Satanic? by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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d3rr is aware of the image issue. I don't think it's really a priority but it is good to know about when posting images or to sites with embedded image coding.

I don't know about the logo issue.

Paul VI Audience Hall at the Vatican - Satanic? by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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I dunno man, you'll just have to figure it out, this is kind of your thing. If you can actually resolve it to a saidit code error, and correct it in the open source, we'll update the code with your changes.

Paul VI Audience Hall at the Vatican - Satanic? by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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I can't control whether SaidIt displays GIFs or embedded images.

I haven't controlled the SaidIt logo or where it's placed, but the SaidIt logo does disappear with the implementation of the code for day-night theme banners from /s/Internet :

.theme-daymode #header { background-image: url(%%Saidit-2019-Logo-Day-Banner-2200x140%%); }

.theme-nightmode #header { background-image: url(%%Saidit-2019-Logo-Night-Banner-2200x140%%); }

#header-img, #header-img.default-header { background-image: none; min-height: 90px; }

.theme-daymode #header { background-color: #9999AA; }

.theme-nightmode #header { background-color: #333333; }

Compared to the old code :

#header-bottom-left { height: 50x; padding-top: 168px; background: url(%%Saidit-2019-Logo-Night-2200x300%%) no-repeat; background-position: 50%  }

Paul VI Audience Hall at the Vatican - Satanic? by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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Well it obviously has to do with the banner images you're using or something? I don't know why you think it's saidit's code when the only thing that changes is your code and your banner

Paul VI Audience Hall at the Vatican - Satanic? by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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Turns out it's not my code.

It's SaidIt's.

Paul VI Audience Hall at the Vatican - Satanic? by JasonCarswell in Architecture

[–]magnora7 2 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 0 fun3 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Sorry I don't have time to debug your CSS code. Too many other things to focus on

Paul VI Audience Hall at the Vatican - Satanic? by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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More of the same. A lot of articles. I don't know if they are legit or not but it's funny none the less. I was joking before, but it's funny that it's "a thing", even if in nautical miles.

Paul VI Audience Hall at the Vatican - Satanic? by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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man, i cant use google, what does it say? is it not true. those are nautical miles btw

Ontario College of Art & Design, Toronto (plus links in comments) by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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Their Wikipedia page : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OCAD_University

See also, more wacky architecture in the neighbourhood of the Ontario College of Art & Design, as well as the Royal Ontario Art Gallery, etc : https://duckduckgo.com/?q=Toronto+Art+Gallery+architecture&iax=images&ia=images

More unique metal houses in comments. by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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'Starburst' container residence to rise in California desert : https://www.cnn.com/style/article/joshua-tree-container-house/index.html

Steel House: Modular, Prefab, Off-the-Grid Green Design : https://dornob.com/steel-house-modular-prefab-off-the-grid-green-design/

Julie Firkin Architects design a contemporary brick and metal house in Fitzroy, Melbourne : https://www.caandesign.com/julie-firkin-architects-design-contemporary-brick-metal-house-fitzroy-melbourne/

Metal House for Couple Retiring in the New Mexico Desert : http://www.homedesignfind.com/architecture/metal-house-for-couple-retiring-in-the-new-mexico-desert/

Wonder Inc. Designs a Bold Hamilton Shipping Container Home : https://www.azuremagazine.com/article/wonder-inc-hamilton-shipping-container-home/

What's wrong with shipping container housing? One architect says "everything." : https://www.treehugger.com/sustainable-product-design/whats-wrong-shipping-container-housing-one-architect-says-everything.html

Luxurious Prefabricated Steel House / Light Steel Frame Prefab Metal House ETC : http://www.smarthousing.cn/sale-1993223-luxurious-prefabricated-steel-house-light-steel-frame-prefab-metal-house-etc.html

Paul VI Audience Hall at the Vatican - Satanic? by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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I'll check this out sometime, not at my desktop can't do much.

Paul VI Audience Hall at the Vatican - Satanic? by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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I looked and this image had weird code.

Another linked to a gif that didn't show.

Another, The Steel House had embedded image in some code thing.

It's not my logo that disappeared. It's your old logo. I have no say if it stays or goes that I know of. I'd rather have a say. I'd be happy to embed the old or new logo on all my banners if you guys want me too, but I'd place them in my preferred place aesthetically and design the banners around them.

Paul VI Audience Hall at the Vatican - Satanic? by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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Distance between Holy of Holies to Mecca is 666 miles

http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread754149/pg1

Paul VI Audience Hall at the Vatican - Satanic? by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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Large images in the image expando thing only appear for image posts (a link to an imgur .jpg). Thumbnails always happen if the Reddit code can find one and the sub has the setting on to show them.

As for your disappearing logo, make sure it is uploaded to all of the subs, and not just referenced by css. The image links in css always assume "this sub".

Paul VI Audience Hall at the Vatican - Satanic? by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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Google says it is 3,544.4 km from The Vatican to The Dome Of The Rock and will take 46 hours to travel it. But as the crow flies I think it's 666 miles.

https://www.google.com/search?source=hp&q=distance+from+vatican+to+dome+of+the+rock

Paul VI Audience Hall at the Vatican - Satanic? by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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jesus rising from the radioactive ashes of gethsemane. so the sculpture means jerusalem will be nuked?

Paul VI Audience Hall at the Vatican - Satanic? by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzurtPFe9jE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKcqbs50y6Y

the real paul would never authorize the serpentine hall, but the impostor pope did.

https://www.tldm.org/news3/impostor.htm

The Steel House by Robert R. Bruno Jr. by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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Paul VI Audience Hall at the Vatican - Satanic? by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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/u/magnora7 /u/d3rr

I'm guessing there's something wrong with my CSS code that there is no linked image, other than the thumbnail - the opposite of what was happening on a M7 sub earlier this week.

The same happened here, no image: /s/ElectionsUSA2020/comments/bs2/election_usa_2020_candidates_the_pros_and_cons_of/

Also, I've noticed that the 2018 SaidIt logo is on some of my subs and not on others - through no control of mine. This is perplexing as I've copy/pasted all the identical CSS.

TIL - About New York's disturbing boom in supertall skyscrapers by useless_aether in Architecture

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Like castles in the sky.

You may like my #1 project - a story that has a mega tower.

"They" say that since the turn of this century we've easily had the technological and material ability to build a tower 20 miles tall. Apparently this is not controversial thought I have no idea if this is true. Obviously there is no practical purpose or motivation to build a 20mile tall building...

Until my story. But that's not the focus of my story. It's only a little element of it.

I'm not spoiling the story by telling you the purpose - it's a "space bridge". A hyperloop that shoots a "space train" or "space arrow" aka "trarrow" around and up and out at high speed into a dramatically less dense atmosphere 20 miles high with FAAAAR more fuel efficiency and regular space missions to build and develop the corporatocracy's new zero-G space factories and industires, not to mention communications, space weaponization, sustainable habitation, tourism, telescope arrays, space debris retrieval, Lunar, and Lagrange explorations, among several other areas.

And the location: Venezuela.

If you want a more specific location and details why, ask.

TIL - About New York's disturbing boom in supertall skyscrapers by useless_aether in Architecture

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I like super tall buildings. Is there anywhere where there aren't regulations against them?

"Garbage Warrior (2007) [in English with French subtitles] (Le film avec sous titre en francais! 360p)" on YouTube - details in comments by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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They touched on it. It's no secret. Septic systems aren't brain science. Anywhere rural has them. My Uncle has one in Muskoka. It's just part of life. Most normal rural non-alt-homes have them.

Naturally each system may have different configurations and needs. Some houses are designed so the grey water is economized so washing dishes drains into the indoor garden. That means you may not want too much meat rot going there nor toxic soaps. Poop might even be recycled in composts.

In their desert I wouldn't let water go.

Like Bucky Fuller said, "Waste is a resource we haven't found a use for."

They didn't get into the heat-sink part of the tires much. There are lots of other docus like this. Lotsa channels too.

Off-grid living is getting stomped on. Florida especially recently. Don't know why there.

"Garbage Warrior (2007) [in English with French subtitles] (Le film avec sous titre en francais! 360p)" on YouTube - details in comments by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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So what about septic systems? I think it was claimed in this movie that earthships have their own septic systems, but they didn't spend too much time on it.

Do you think they just made traditional leach fields/septic drain fields? I doubt it is anything under the house, since they are collecting rain water there, not that you couldn't do both.

These ideas are really cool, making homes out of discarded materials. All of those tire pile fires that can't be put out could instead be making energy efficient walls.

"Garbage Warrior (2007) [in English with French subtitles] (Le film avec sous titre en francais! 360p)" on YouTube - details in comments by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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" Garbage Warrior is a 2007 film about architect Mike Reynolds, inventor of the Earthship style of building, directed by Oliver Hodge. It follows Reynolds and how he developed the Earthship style of building and his struggle with the laws of Taos, New Mexico, the location of his experimental Earthship community, in order to be allowed to build homes that do not match the structures of local building codes. The film concludes with a postscript showing Reynolds and his team of builders travelling to the Andaman Islands in the aftermath of the Boxing Day tsunami to assist the locals with disaster recovery and teaching them how to construct extremely low-cost earthships. " ~ Wikipedia

I've always disliked the "Garbage Warrior" title. It almost sounds like you're criticizing his martial arts or calling him an SJW. Further, I've been looking to verify the quote along these lines by Buckminster Fuller (alegedly), "Waste is just a resource we have not found a use for." So if he's using the garbage resourcefully then it's no longer waste.

Available in a voiced over language: "[Dokument] Architekt odpadu - Garbage Warrior" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nhqh8nKFT_U

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Mike+Reynolds

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Garbage+Warrior

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Earthship

https://www.torrentz2.eu/search?f=Garbage+Warrior

https://www.torrentz2.eu/search?f=Earthship

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garbage_Warrior

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_Reynolds_(architect)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earthship

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cob_(material) (corncob houses)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Straw-bale_construction

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wintergreen_Studios (straw-bale buildings in Ontario, Canada)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Truth_window (for straw-bale walls)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Off-the-grid (there's an establishment war on off-grid living)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Offgrid a magazine dedicated to preparation and survival

I would like to bring to your attention these other documentaries and many more things, but I'm waiting for more weekly sub additions. I intend to create an entire sub for "Earthships". But for now I thought it important to at least introduce the most under-rated architect in our lifetime, Mike Reynolds.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No_Impact_Man

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manufactured_Landscapes

Hyperboloid structures are designed with one sheet. Geometrically strong and ecconomic, architecturally this most commonly takes two forms - as planar saddle roofs or as tubular towers. - Article links in the comments. by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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I helped a little on this article and radically revised the list a few months ago:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyperboloid_structure

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_hyperboloid_structures

Besides the primarily Eastern European early history of hyperboloid towers there's also a pre-WWII history of them on battleships. Many of these ships were attacked at Pearl Harbor. See the bottom of the list for images of those ships and links to their articles.

"Top 10 Most Beautiful Bridges In The World" by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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This is the bridge image in this "Architecture" sub header, right of center.

https://www.reddit.com/r/bridgeporn/comments/7vn2o1/python_bridge_amsterdam_1024_x_684/

"Swissloop is ready for the Hyperloop Pod Competition 2018" by ETH Zürich (2018-05-24) on YouTube by JasonCarswell in Architecture

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In this video you'll notice their vehicle is streamlined for minimal air resistance, proving the ludicrous idea of Elon Musk that his hyperloop would be in a vacuum.


Elon Musk's hyperloop is a GIANT SCAM.

Thunderfoot on YouTube clearly explains why. https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=thunderfoot+hyperloop

Thunderfoot also explains how solar roadways and solar sidewalks are utterly wasteful, among other "scientific" scams.


I have an interest in this because my #1 project, my great story based in HARD-SCIENCE-fiction, features a pseudo-hyperloop and some radical architecture. Though they are not story points, they are critical backdrops and need to be grounded in reality-based sceince, engineering and architecture.

WEF19 & ETH Zurich | The Floor is Yours - computer designed textured concrete that is more durable than solid concrete structures, with up to 70% reduction in materials by Vigte in Architecture

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Very kewl.

Good architecture gives me a tower in my pants.