Friday, August 23, 2013
Really? The video screen at Jerry World is a “breathtakingly bad” idea?
That seems a little harsh.
In their “15 Breathtakingly Bad Architecture Ideas” gallery, FW poked fun at Jerry World’s jumbo-sized video screen that, before the introduction of Houston’s dwarfing video screen, was once the largest in the world of its kind. Here’s what the article has to say about AT&T Stadium’s video screen:
We know everything is bigger in the Lone Star State, but let’s admit it: the Guinness Book of World Records’ World’s Largest High-Definition Video Display is a really horrible idea.
Considering the list also mentioned structures that fell into riverbanks, singed hotel guests’ skin, and burnt small children, it’s safe to say that AT&T Stadium’s extra-large video screen is the best of the worst.
What do you think? Is AT&T Stadium’s video screen obnoxiously large? Let us know in the comments below.
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