ruminations about architecture and design

Monday, May 26, 2014

godzilla is a keynesian

Monsters that destroy cities have a net positive impact on economic growth. Although the loss of life and social trauma caused by these creatures is considerable, the rebuilding efforts will allow for considerable improvements--and one could hope--an elimination of red tape.

Monsters could also be used for select demolition projects, but I'm not sure they could be trained or manipulated to do limited damage. There are many cities in the southern part of the U.S. that have escaped significant monster attacks. Atlanta, Miami, Houston, and Phoenix have been bypassed. Chicago should also be destroyed, but I'm not sure why a large monster would travel to the midwest.

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