Old and creaky Dallas hotel: kaplooey. Two paws up to the men and women professionals who brought this sucker down…
I love commercial demolition, as you all know. CNN has put together an impressive array of 2010 implosions, so I bring to you the 2010 Implosies. Next year, we’ll have little trophies made… probably of rubble. Enjoy:
I have this thing for commercial demo. Hats off for this one, yo!
In my continuing series celebrating the commerical demo industry…
Goodbye RCA Dome!!!
So, it’s been a while since I posted… I could go into all of the reasons why (international intrigue, massive economic collapse impacting Louis the Pug Industries, followed by a rebound and the acquisition of the other 2/3 of the Fortune 500, and… of course, a brief stay in the gray bar motel) but that might be telling too much.
Instead, let me tell you about 2 cool new things on this, the day after my fourth burfday.
(1) I got to hang out on a Caterpillar, thereby enhancing my love of commercial demolition equipment, and
(2) Tim just pulled a huge friggin tick out of my skull.
The first is self-explanatory. The second is worth describing. Man, they are guh-ROSS! I got it during cabin week in WV… I think it might have a pint and a half of LTP goodness in its gullet. Tim did a lookup and it’s not a deer tick or anything else that could do some harm to yours truly. He did slather about 5 gallons of antibiotic ointment on it now, which makes my fur look all spikey and stuff. Who knew triple antibiotic ointment was a proper substitute for haircare product?
Anyways, the tick’s in a plastic bag so I can taunt it. And if that’s not a burfday present, I don’t know what is…
Oh yeah… hockey season kicked off too. Oh, and the Bills are playing really good for the first time in my life. The gifts keep coming, yo!
You’ve made my job at celebrating the commercial demolition professionals that much easier. High quality journalism, yo!
Join us here at the blog for Louis’ Rockingest New Year’s Eve, Yo! in a couple of days… our guests include Furley, my mentee….
Nahh, don’t really care about the history of the casino, the hotel or even Vegas in particular… as all readers of louisthepug.com know… I’m just into the art of commercial demolition, yo…
Here at louisthepug.com, we salute our finest engineers who display their skills in the lucrative and fascinating field of commercial demolition. You may recall the last time we posted the commercial demolition of the day, it was a nuclear reactor on the shores of the Columbia River. For today’s “best of” edition, we return to the Northwest to present the demolition of Seattle’s King Dome. Genius. Well done madams and sirs!