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Old August 27, 2012, 09:17 PM
Fishman Fishman is offline
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Default Re: Frank Lloyd Wright

I understand what your saying Boz, he has every right to profit for his time, and effort and investment. (and they may very well Pay the man and SEBTFU) But the point is that sometimes some things are WAY MORE IMPORTANT than money.

These people are not trying cry like babies, or use the government, and take his house from him. They are trying to find a way to work with him by appealing to him directly, from what I could tell.

If you know anything at all about Frank L. W. he wasn't just an architectural design genius, he was also an educator and humanitarian.

The idea here is not to take away the developers right to do anything, it is to preserve a piece of history that shows what men/women/humanity are capable of producing.

And I can guarantee you that two or two hundred "McMansions" will never measure up to his standards of excellence in design or show any real humanitarian "development".

Look at all the "McMansions" that are setting empty right now because of "so called development"/BUSINESS. (foreclosures due to lack of ethical lending and lack of, on the borrowers part, ethical borrowing)

And trust me, I know from the inside out how the mortgage business worked and works because of direct involvement. Everyone talks about how the mortgage meltdown started in or around 2006 with "NO DOC" "Stated Income" loans. When the reality is the hole was being dug ten years earlier in 1996.

Anyway, the idea is that the house is more of a monument than just four walls with a roof.

Wow, can't believe how convoluted this all had to become. Wasn't trying to open up a debate. Sounds like I hit a nerve though. Was not my intention.

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