With David Crane (at the time he was a flack) and Maurice Strong (generally considered by Canadian nutbar conservatives to be the Canadian George Soros), can you credit it? I was the receptionist, they were the men who walked by very fast looking important. A tile fell off the building. I have to tell you, I wrote a novel while I was working there. Anyway, the scariest thing about that building was that it was owned by prominent Jews (Reichmans) and was always the center of what passed for terrorist threats in those days. Also, in high winds, the elevators would bang against the shafts with a repetitive clanging noise that was scary as hell. Also, while I was working there I got my first exposure to a fax machine. It was the size of a chest of drawers. Amazing.