InterruptingQuirk: WE DON"T KNOW EITHER AS THERE ARE NO PICS IN THAT LINKED WEBSITE!!!!HOLY FARKIN SHIAT, THE DAILY FAIL LINK IN THIS ARTICLE ACTUALLY HAS PICS OF SAID CITY AND THE ADMINS DIDN'T SWAP OUT THE LINK THIS TIME!?!?!
Cagey B: This isn't really a new thing. I myself designed a city for people with autism. It had a series of interconnecting residence halls to facilitate the constant moving and redesign of living spaces for people with autism, lots of restaurants that served strange-looking and exotic foods, plenty of aquariums (since the only animals allowed would be service box jellyfish), animated billboards that would play loud and frenetically-animated advertisements for needed services, and of course tons of alleyways so that support personnel could suddenly jump out at anyone that needs assistance.Yes, I expect all of my funding proposals for Aspergopolis to come through quite soon.
Louisiana_Sitar_Club: On the one hand, it sounds like it may be interesting. On the other hand, I work in a consulting role with a lot of landscape architects and the vast majority of them are blithering idiots. So, it could go either way.
hogans: I designed a city to bring hermits, recluses and loners back into society without needing to change their lifestyle.The entire place is dimensionally transcendental, so clearly higher forms of mathematics and engineering will need to be perfected before the city can actually be built.
ifky: Do they mean Sims when they say people with Autism?
timujin: No one who has ever driven in Seattle would agree with that statement.
Forbidden Doughnut: timujin: No one who has ever driven in Seattle would agree with that statement.(this needs to be repeated)/ knuckles still white
brimed03: Forbidden Doughnut: timujin: No one who has ever driven in Seattle would agree with that statement.(this needs to be repeated)/ knuckles still whiteHaving regularly driven in NYC, DC, Boston, Newark (NJ), Philly, and other supposed "don't drive there" cities, now I'm curious to see how Seattle stacks up./Newark is fine, Philly just has a lot of one-ways in inconvenient places, NYC teaches you aggressive driving skills, DC prepares you for the unexpected, and Boston... well, that was during the Big Dig years, so that was special. Boston is like combining Philly's one-ways with DC's shiatty drivers.
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