Saturday, June 17, 2006

Amazon's headquarters in Seattle, Washington

Doesn't it look like a hospital, one built in the 1930's?


Jim said...

well slap my fanny and call me Betty, it was a hospital, it was built in 1932 by the U.S. government as a Marine hospital and is know as the PacMed Building, it was later a public hospital run by the city, which then leased it to a developer for 100 years for pennies, who released it to amazon for dollars -- it sits on Beacon Hill

The Phoenix said...

They should've built their headquarters in the rainforest. That would've been more appropriate.
I think Seattle is a rain forest. :)

moni said...

That certainly is a big building, that's for sure. BTW Jim, Broccoli is green, but the plant is a greenish blue?
hehe -- you started it, "She said 'here are 6 cabbage plants, 3 are white and 3 are red.'"