Eisenberg's is a block or two from New York's Madison Square, a resort of the beau monde in the late 1800's. The tall building on the right is the Met Life Building, an outstanding monument of traditional architecture. The black piece of crap in the center of the frame is typical of mid-twentieth-century, post-war, cheap, ugly, un-human, offensive, f-you urban commercial architecture. We will not see a return to more humane styles of building in our lifetimes, nor in those of our children. Charity has taken a back seat. However, there are glimmerings of change as presaged by the post-modern architectural style, which is an improvement in the state of the matter, but not yet a solution to the crap problem.