That is a picture of the Ryugyong Hotel in North Korea. You may know it better as the "Hotel of Doom."
Many people consider that thing to be the ugliest building ever erected. I'm not an architect or anything, but it sure does look like something that I wouldn't even want to build with Legos.
Most importantly, the "Hotel of Doom" teaches us a moral. The lesson has nothing to do with hubris or necessity or even responsibility in times of dire priorities. It, contrastingly, teaches us this: If Duke ever played Presbyterian in a lacrosse game, it would look like a beat-ass hotel located in a country that you couldn't visit even if you were carrying a bag filled with free rice and money.
Here's your slate on this joyous Monday:
Leave your comments about the game or anything else (QUERY: Do North Koreans consider Jim Brown to be the greatest lacrosse player ever, or is that title still held by Kim Jong-Il?) in the comments below.