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    Are you (your company) bidding?

    Are you (your company) bidding?
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    It went from a light, delicate bird to...

    It went from a light, delicate bird to stegosaurus fossil,
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    The biggest is that the roof will be staionary....

    The biggest is that the roof will be staionary. It was originally supposed to open up creating an even greater sense of a bird taking flight. Now, we get to feel like Jonah in the belly of the...
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    The idea is attractive. It gets buses out of the...

    The idea is attractive. It gets buses out of the city and the Hudson crossings. It would allow both Jersey & NY to share the benefits of the tourism dollars. Most important: it would reduce pollution...
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    Are the punch outs in the wall connections /...

    Are the punch outs in the wall connections / entrances for the R & W lines?
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    A friend of mine recently visited the Milwaukee...

    A friend of mine recently visited the Milwaukee Art Museum and I saw photos of it with its "wings" in the up and down positions. It really is quite sad that this element will be lost on the Transit...
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    We it is made for business men to cum and go. A...

    We it is made for business men to cum and go. A place to slip in and out ogf during communtes. It's not opening as wide as the guys on WNY would have preferred, but, rest assured, by the time this is...
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    right, and it would capture a fly to digest and...

    right, and it would capture a fly to digest and close again.
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    I just don't understand why the three of these...

    I just don't understand why the three of these SILVERSTEIN development are not being built concurrently. Wouldn't that save money by having the foundations rise together? Wouldn't it drive material...
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    I like the architecture. However, I'd like to...

    I like the architecture. However, I'd like to imagine we can erect a public space somewhere, ANYwhere that doesn't have retail at the core purpose of public areas. Let's just have a wonderful public...
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    http://www.nytimes.com/2009/05/11/arts/design/11calatrava.html

    I thought this was a really strong and very negative criticism of Calatrava. Given the supporting arguments, it is hard for me not to agree with te conclusions....
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    A manager that is not meeting deadlines is not a...

    A manager that is not meeting deadlines is not a manager.
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    Wonder if this is the result of any repercussions...

    Wonder if this is the result of any repercussions from the Deutsche Bank incidents.
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    No one trumps anyone. Everyone has an opinion. ...

    No one trumps anyone. Everyone has an opinion. Questions go to the Moderators.
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    I actually thought it was relevant in both...

    I actually thought it was relevant in both threads.
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    They put a giant condom on the shaft.

    They put a giant condom on the shaft.
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    I really like the ceiling height. So much of our...

    I really like the ceiling height. So much of our subterranean construction is built with an army bunker mentality - low ceilings and lots of cement. This is a nice change.
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    Well, in defense of the Mayor, dumbed-down...

    Well, in defense of the Mayor, dumbed-down architecture would reflect a certain trend in the American public at large.
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    I actually giggled at the mention of Liebskind's...

    I actually giggled at the mention of Liebskind's "Wedge of Light." Although his Masterplan is in place for the placement of buildings and the memorial, not a single design element was kept in place.
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    Doesn't that perspective make the street look...

    Doesn't that perspective make the street look much wider than it really is?
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    You're splitting hairs. The tolls are for...

    You're splitting hairs. The tolls are for round-trip use.
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    Tolls: Goethals Bridge, Outerbirdge Crossing,...

    Tolls: Goethals Bridge, Outerbirdge Crossing, Geo. Washington Bridge, Holland Tunnel, Lincoln Tunnel - anything that gets a person out of NYS (including Brooklyn and Queens). I don't recall that any...
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    Tolls and fees sure sound a lot like "taxes" by...

    Tolls and fees sure sound a lot like "taxes" by another name.
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    Holy Lying Sack of Sh*t

    Holy Lying Sack of Sh*t
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    A bridge over a street would be great. I like the...

    A bridge over a street would be great. I like the idea of a return to the street grid. I would prefer the street to be operational. I find real streets occasionally closed for pedestrian use only...
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