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In the Book of Revelations,it’s mentioned that the first beast will rise from the sea, having seven heads and ten horns. For years, centuries even, many thought that this beast represented Imperial Rome. I now feel that it’s safe to say that they were wrong in their identifications. The beast does not have seven heads and ten horns, but twelve points. Not only that, the beast is not Imperial Rome, as speculated, but a concept: inclusion.

The beast is here, and corporate America would like it to swallow your soul. Continue reading Winning combinations and you

Big business-as-usual sullies tallest U.S. building

Ladies and gentlemen, we cannot go any further with this story until you are seated and firmly gripping your stress balls.

Are you prepared to be distressed? We warned you.

Global insurance broker, Willis Group Holdings, is forcing the Sears Tower to change its name to Willis Tower. They plan to lease mulitple floors in the building, and the name change is part of their corporate hostile takeover demands.

How dare they? What makes these business-types think we want to see a corporate logo on every historic landmark?

It’s bad enough that these companies have slathered their monikers on every sports arena, but what’s next? Is Mrs. Fields going to move the headquarters of her mall cookie franchise into the Statue of Liberty and force us to call it the Statue of Mrs. Fields?

(You like it, you really like it.)

No. We, The Guys, refuse to play ball. It will always be called the Sears Tower in our hearts and on this Web site, Wall Street blood money regardless. We’d like to think there’s a few things in this country that the highest dollar can’t buy.