but timo, how would we make money if we had to make things safe.
Well that's the thing. NZ/AS and ASCE standards outline bare minimum levels for building design, when that is just not safe in most areas. The argument at the royal commission to the collapse of the CTV building revolves around whether or not the building met minimum code standards of the time, not whether or not it was designed to be a safe building. Unfortunately the legal requirement is just to design to the code, regardless of whether or not it is safe. A paradigm shift in civil engineering is required.
You guys need to actually think about what sport as a whole provides. You are too narrow minded and only see "oh its a dude running", it is much much more than that.
50% of the British team are from public schools, which, as the term may confuse, costs a ton of money and are usually for the highly intelligent. So maybe its just a failing of your countries, but the British team are not in that category.
My word, you guys arent helping the gamer stereotype one bit.
On a separate note, I take my hat off to the American basketball team. They have really soaked in all that the olympics have got, Kobe has been watching tons of other events, I thought he would be really elitist and only care about his own, but wow.
i appreciate that people want to compete and be good at stuff, i have nothing against sport in that regard. i just think it gets way too much attention these days, especially on more localised levels where it has comparatively little benefit to the wider community.
i honestly don't care, stereotypes are stupid and i'm not going to pretend to care about something i don't just so idiots won't judge meMy word, you guys arent helping the gamer stereotype one bit.
sometimes bad posters say stupid things and i put them in here
xD some people in this thread
how about we all just run around as fast as we can like animals do all the time, it will have no purpose but since there will be no time doing anything else, the world will be perfect.
tl;dr: Construct a permanent Olympic stadium somewhere (why not Greece?), and stop making the worst biennial financial decision ever.
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