Thursday, May 27, 2010
I live west of this, and the current weather systems seem to carry most of it away from where i live. It's a good thing. When you drive by it you can feel the sinister nature of the thing, the vast expanse of industrial waste and pollution decaying everything, even itself.
There is a sense of death and loss all those lives stolen by windowless buildings, fluorescent lighting and the consistent inhalation of chemical fumes. It hasn't really been that long since the labor uprisings that were caused by places such as this, and just look! They're still up and running.
Posted by hell-on-a-stick at 11:17 AM