The Campaign For DA

8.24.2017

I Think I've Found The Most Ridiculous Building In Texas


The Spirit of Texas bank building in Conroe, Texas.

Edit: H/T to a lawyer friend I have never met who might be the hardest working man in show business. He walked into this building this morning for a mediation and tipped me off.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's an office building. They upgraded the facade. Big deal. Why didn't you choose a celebrity's 30,000 square foot home in California, occupied by a single person, using 100 times the water of a normal person and an electrical bill that will be more each month than office building in your photo!

I know, I know, they should have put up a building made out of old shipping containers and given the rest to solar power research or Antifa.

Anonymous said...

If that's a civil war cannon out front, I'm offended and demand it be removed immediately. If it's not, then never mind.

Anonymous said...

I think we need more background as to what makes that a ridiculous building. Just because you don't like the style doesn't make it ridiculous. SNOWFLAKE MUCH!

Anonymous said...

I like it

Anonymous said...

I guess you've never driven by the Trinity Broadcasting Network facility in Irving. That is the most ridiculous building in Texas.

Anonymous said...

You're weird ! Bout ran out of thins to bitch about !

Anonymous said...

Barry doesn't know why it bothers him.

Anonymous said...

NO HAT TIP?

DF former Twitter friend.

Anonymous said...

I know that area. It's part of a themed development celebrating Texas history; connects to some other historic monuments. There are other buildings there. Taken out of context, yeah, it looks weird. But so does the Alamo. And AT&T stadium looks REALLY weird if you had no clue what it was; which is the case here.

Anonymous said...

If it had a couple of black lawn jockeys out front, I would have thought it was Dan Patrick's summer cottage. And the lawn jockeys would be actually alive, not statues.

DF John Bell Hood

Ernest T said...

If you want to see a truly ridiculous building, drive down 183 in Irving and look at the Trinity Broadcasting Offices. You will think that you are in Washington DC!

Anonymous said...

A lot of buildings in Texas look ridiculous if one is clueless about the context or intent of the design.