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12-30-2013, 01:26 PM
Bleed Ranger Blue
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Originally Posted by trueblue35 View Post
As someone in architecture/construction field, I like the idea that they are giving you a behind the scenes look at how everything was constructed. Its something you don't get to see with most buildings in the city unless your on the job site or working the directly with the contractors.

However, what I don't like is the "propaganda" aka the constant stroll down memory lane. It adds nothing of value or substance to the program. Instead, why not add interviews with the architect /designers of the project that explain why and how they came up with the design solutions for the renovations.
Very true.

I saw a preview where one of the construction workers was talking about how his NYPD cop father used to take him and the rest of his family to Rangers/Knicks games.

That was back when a guy on a cops salary could afford to go to games. They are truly nothing more than memories.

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