When Trannies Attack: This Giant Liebherr Crane High Atop Our Pacific Bell Building Looks Just Like a Transformer

Look at this monster perched high atop 140 New Montgomery Street, up there with all those Neo-Gothic eagle statues.

Reminds of when Devastator climbed up one of those pyramids in that Transformers II movie…

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Anyway, the abandoned Pac Bell building no longer looks like it belongs in Detroit, so that’s good.

Look for Yelp to move in this year, directly under the enemy’s scrotum.

“The PacBell Building or 140 New Montgomery Street in San Francisco’s South of Market district is a Neo-Gothic, 132.6 m (435 ft) office tower located close to the St. Regis Museum Tower and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.[1] The 26-floorbuilding was completed in 1925 and was San Francisco’s first significant skyscraper development when construction began in 1924.[1] The building was the tallest in San Francisco until the Russ Building matched its height two years later in 1927″

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