KG has his championship (Did he really say "it's for all the folks in 'sota?"), so the time is nigh to finish off another championship run -- the most unimaginative and boring architecture in the Twin Cities.
When last we met (here) we were narrowing the field. You've done that; we're down to the final four.
And now it's time to pick one:
And remember.... anything is possible.
Dang... you switched adjectives. In the semi-finals you polled for the most boring architecture. Now you're polling for the worst architecture. My poor, anal-retentive mind is now confused.
Is the architecture on Cedar Riverside bad, or is it the colors of paint?
I did some student teaching there a year ago, and a few of the other teachers there commented on the aesthetics of the building weren't made to last, and now the building faces numerous plumbing issues, electrical malfunctions, as well as a cemented pool and never-working-again fountain.
But yeah, the paint too is a bit faded.
gee, I wonder what state departments are housed in the centennial building
See the original post for even more confusion.
Unrelated observation on a theme: Is "So Long Frank Lloyd Wright" Simon & Garfunkel's absolute WORST song?
I wish it weren't in my head at the moment.
Could be worse. Could be Muskrat Love.
My conservative brother-in-law, who happens to be my Colorado neighbor, described the design of our house as "Frank Lloyd Left."
My wife says, whenever you need to get a song out of your head, just think "One is the loneliest number..."