Hello architects or city planners, or whoever it is that thinks that arty-farty concrete plazas are good "public space" in new developments. Can't we just have actual parks instead, based on soil and trees and flowers instead of a huge concrete slab with sad plants in occasional glorified pots? What is so hard about this? Do we have to start appointing squirrels and beavers to planning committees? Frankly, at the moment, I think they'd do a better job. #ConcreteOut #SquirrelsIn #Cities

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