So now we have what is the full vision of SandRidge Energy. Well, sort of … architects may flesh out the design of the 120 Robert S. Kerr Building a bit more (shown above overlooking a revamped Kerr Park). With this blog, with my column, and with my stories I try to do nothing more than to ask questions, provoke discussion, and introduce ideas that may not be in the mix but may be worth consideration.
Contrary to belief, I’ve not advocated “streetwalls” or staged any arguments against what should or should not be done. I do my best to leave that to you the readers, and you do quite a good job doing just that. It’s not my job to simply reprint press releases or stick to story lines desired by those I cover. Yes, I go off the reservation and ask the questions some might not want asked. I bring up ideas some might not want considered.
So as we move along with discussion of SandRidge Commons, let’s be clear – I’m not here to advocate or dismiss. But yeah, I suspect there will be some in-depth discussions. I’ll start this discussion by simply printing these images of past, present and potential future. And hopefully tomorrow I’ll post pro- and con- guest posts from a couple of readers.