from Z's link: "are you interested in becoming a big problem's worthy adversary? Are you willing to put in the effort to develop yourself to the level required to be a benefit to the world instead of simple critic and give more than you cost?
You have a chance to wake up, but first you must to decide to become all you're worth, otherwise you'll be much like everyone else, mediocre and ok with it."
"I can't drive a car. I never learnt, never needed to. The cities in England are smaller, human-sized, less ruled by the car. It's on an altogether different scale. But I'm going to be crossing America, the greatest car-loving nation on earth, without getting behind the wheel."Show Less
Le Corbusier was against a continuous urban sprawl. "A modern city," he said, "should have no suburbs. Modern techniques allow us to recover in height what we lose in breadth."
However, in the United States of America, the car was already promoting the opposite.Show Less