“The rehabilitation of this century-old bridge symbolically captures Pittsburgh’s economic revival,” Mr. Ravenstahl said. “Built to support the once flourishing steel industry, the converted bridge will now support our burgeoning knowledge-based economy by linking critical places of economic development to social, research and medical centers. One-hundred years later, we have reinvented ourselves.”
The two shores of the bridge represent the breadth of the City’s economic resurgence…
Why can’t Lukey ever just say something and say it simply.
Why can’t you just eat a sandwich, Lukey, and say, “Hey, this is a great sandwich!”
Why do you always have to be all, “These slices of bread are like the salty, crusty workforce that holds our city together, surrounding the oily french fries that are the clogged arteries of our thoroughfares, and topped with the soft, malleable cheese that is my brain. This sandwich signifies everything that is right, and good, and delicious about the City of Pittsupmcburgh and I’m proud to be sitting here with myself and other individuals eating it now.”
Sometimes, Lukey, a sandwich is just a sandwich.
If I were you, I’d hold a staff meeting with whoever it is that’s writing your shit and say, “For the love of God, dudes. Make me sound human and awesome and not so much like Politicobot 2000. And if we can work some ‘move forwards’ in there, maybe we’ll get on PittGirl’s good side. Holla atcha late-ah!”
Also, this might be the most awesome thing I’ve seen all week.