I was listening to the radio, and there was this program where they were tlaking about “housing”.
I like looking at High Rises. Especially when traveling down Chicago’s Lake Shore Drive.
I like visiting people who live in High Rises. I know someone who lives in the John Hancock building and the view is breathtaking.
But I wouldn’t want to live in one. Even if it was going to be rent free. Unless it was like, no higher than the third floor.
I would like to have a good chance of escaping if there ever was a fire.
So I wonder, if people are scared of the terrorists flying planes into High Rises, why aren’t they afraid of living way up in a High Rise? Seems like a fire would be far more likely than a terrorist attack.