Sears Tower (Chicago, USA) Reviews
Newest Review: ... the “highest man-made structure” category. A lousy TV mast that collapsed recently! By the time you read this, it all may have changed again. The Far-East are chucking up skyscrapers at a stunning rate. Inspired designs, locally influenced and well… just bloody high. Do a google, and find sites that list the highest buildings in the World, and you see a sight similar to this years Olympic medal table! China creeping up and the US hanging on. The US; home of the skyscraper, has maybe lost its love affair with the race for the sky. We all know why, and its understandable. The Chicago Tribune last year reported how space in Sears Tower... more
Customer Sears Tower (Chicago, USA) Reviews (1)
by - written on 05/11/04, updated on 19/11/04 (Very useful, 1174 readings)
“There are lies, damn lies and statistics” Churchill was accredited with this quote. You don’t have to look hard to find examples of how governments, newspaper editors, companies and others look to statistics to get their message across, whilst covering up more salient and embarrassing failures. Even I do it. When the boss wants some information, I’ll tell him what he wants to hear, and do so without lying or compromising my integrity. So if this year’s performance is not up on last year, I’ll tell him instead about how we’re outperforming competitors! I’m not a Skyscraper buff, but over the years I have walked under ... Read the complete review
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