posted on Dec, 6 2012 @ 02:36 AM
Neat article! Good find my friend. My first thought at the bizarre artwork out front is , "wow, that's ugly!" Now, the DC area is not known for
its architecture aside from the very old and the very famous (or infamous). If you visit the DC meto area, you will notice a massive amount of what
locals deem "government architecture." In this sense, there is little variation from the theme. I'm not a student of buildings, but if you've
ever been to DC, you know what I mean. Blah buildings, clean lines, NO height, nothing really ostentatious. Compare DC to any other major American
city and it looks very, very different.
I like how this stuff is hidden in plain sight. It's just out of the way enough, yet lose enough to all of the other federal government offices in
the area. Tourists wold never go here. Never. Unless one guy is an accounting professor dragging along his wife on his lifelong quest to init his
A little pyramid? Seriously? Weird.
The finger towards the sky is used by a LOT of Christian athletes in America. Usually when the athlete does something Really Important like score a
touchdown or win a shiny trophy. They are thanking God, who clearly is omnipotent and has enough time to always favor one team over another in every
sporting match ever made.
Putting those hands on top of pillars? WEIRD! I would complain about that ugly decoration every day I had to work there!
The only thing the article neglects to mention is whether or not there is a plaque there listing who made the "art" or who it is built in honor of
or who donated it. Usually someone wants some kind of credit. That could be, you know, a tiny itsy bitsy helpful in investigating conspiracy, eh?