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January 09, 2022


Leaning San Francisco skyscraper is tilting 3 inches per year as engineers rush to implement fix

(Thanks to Asher Scheiner)


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If it leans enough, the next building over will surely stop it from leaning. Or perhaps this will be like a large set of dominoes set up but the action is in slow motion.

Things that lean to the left or to the right usually change direction after the midterm election, so what could possibly go wrong?

Structural engineer Ronald O. Hamburger made the comments...

I confused by the blog policy. Are we allowed to make fun of this important name ?

They have the Millennium Tower, we have the Champlain Tower. Same thing except for our tower, the builders and developer are all dead.

Ya' sink 18 piles... whaddiya get?

They hired a hamburger engineer to fix this? So did he come from McDonald's? Wendy's? Jack In the Box?

The poop on the sidewalks will cushion the fall. No problem.

Just a guess, but facing the skyscraper, I bet its's leaning left.

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