This is too good to be true. Apparently when the Dallas Cowboys had hired Summit Structures LLC to build their practice facility, Big D had previous knowledge that a similar fabric structure built by Summit Structures LLC for the Philadelphia Regional Port Authority had also collapsed.
Why I wasn't notified of any sort of structure collapsing in Philadelphia, (besides the expected mid season Donovan Mcnabb injury of course), is a question that is beyond my comprehension. My only guess is that New York is the only city where falling buildings make for a big media splash. Unfortunately the structure that collapsed in Philadelphia didn't kill a million people.
Regardless, the Cowboys knew they had hired a company that had failed before in building a similar structure, and they still opted to continue working with the company. It was the same engineer who designed it too. He must have a stellar fucking CV. He should be inducted into the Ramon Hernandez Put Down The Gun Hall Of Fame for this accomplishment. That would happen if a "Ramon Hernandez Put Down The Gun Hall of Fame for Building Shoddy Structures for Cities I Hate" existed. In a perfect world, I suppose.
I probably give this guy too much credit though considering he had some help in laying waste to the entire facility and eventually the world, one city that I hate at a time.