Thursday, January 04, 2007

It doesn't get any better than this

'Fragile' Earth sculpture collapses (Star Tribune)
ATLANTA — A million-dollar stone sculpture, intended to remind future generations of the Earth's fragility, made its point a bit early — just three months after it's unveiling, it collapsed.
The 175-ton "Spaceship Earth" lay in ruins at Kennesaw State University after mysteriously falling to pieces last week.
The engraved phrase "our fragile craft" was still visible amid the debris.
The Finnish-born sculptor who goes by one name, Eino, had called the work "Spaceship Earth" to honor environmentalist David Brower, a leader of the Sierra Club. It depicted a bronze figure of Brower standing atop the globe.

OK, my take on this: ha,ha,ha,ha,ha,ha,ha,ha,he,he,he,he,he,he,he,ho,ho,ho,ho,ho,ho,ho,ho

OK, no; seriously: ho,ho,ho,ho,ho,ho,he,he,he,he,he,he,he,he,ha,ha,ha,ha,ha,ha,ha,ha,ha

Sorry: I just can't go on with, it's funny enough as is.

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