kool maudit

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    montrealer since '95.
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  1. EstWest condos (Square Children’s) - 2 x 27 étages

    A corner that was once very heavy becomes very light. Montreal loses tissue. This whole thing is a disaster.
  2. CHUM - 17, 20 étages

    also don't contribute to the humane society; hitler loved animals.
  3. Le Peterson - 34 étages

    it's stupid and ungainly.
  4. Marriott Courtyard Montréal Centre-ville - 40 étages (2014)

    avenue du parc has been called "park avenue" by more of its residents for a longer period than called it "l'avenue du parc." fuck, it should be richler street.
  5. Montréal vu de Dallas

    i used to feel similarly about the courthouse and the national bank. now i love them. we're montreal, not unesco quebec.
  6. the name reflects the anglophone history of the area and of the crew in question. the n.d.g. graf culture is pretty anglo: http://www.mook-life.com/
  7. Tour des Canadiens - 50 étages

    the "liking tall skyscrapers is because you need a big dick" thing should probably end. freud has largely been discredited.
  8. Tour des Canadiens - 50 étages

    i remember when i first started coming on these skyscraper forums in like 1999.... we had nothing. just nothing. this is a hell of a time.
  9. Altoria - 35 étages (2014)

    i like the sound of this hylands guy -- confident, a bit cocky and dismissive. these are good qualities for a developer.
  10. Tour des Canadiens - 50 étages

    oh my god, you guys -- just stop. stop!
  11. Le Métropol - 15 étages (2014)

    in tokyo, 400 square feet is huge. who are we, quebecers? are we city people, or do we need to pace around the barn?
  12. Sir George Simpson - 13 étages (2009)

    edit: i just said the same thing i said last time - i forgot that i'd replied!