Skip to comments.NHS bosses spend £250,000 on ‘unreadable’ clock
Posted on 05/30/2014 3:31:55 PM PDT by Olog-hai
NHS bosses have been criticized after they spent £250,000 on a clockwhich staff claim is impossible to read.
The complicated light sculpture clock hangs inside the new £430 million Southmead Hospital in Bristol, which opened this month.
The binary clock shows the time through an unusual display of illuminated rings and bars, which represent specific hours and minutes.
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Art Requires Sacrifice.
Maybe, but not theft.
Does that include sacrificing BRAINS?
Look on the bright side. If the UK is anything like the US, a mandatory fraction of the building budget has to be spent on art. At least this is somewhat useful as opposed to the usual ugly ass public building modern art.
I wonder how many cancer patients could have been saved with £1.15 million?
A “clock” nobody can read is “useful” ???
But is IS much better than the usual public “art” requirements that are - as you point out - used to fund useless public art students at public universities getting useless public art degrees ....
Oh yes....very much so...
Bwahaha! I couldn't resist.
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