At TEDx Greenville on Friday Mayor Knox White gave speech about building the Liberty Bridge. We’ve all heard parts of this speech before. Maybe every word in some shape or fashion. After all, we’re real proud of our bridge and we tend to go on about it. Still, a part of the story that never gets old and is always inspiring to me is the main line that those who opposed the bridge repeated often, “why should we tear down a perfectly good bridge.” Of course, doing so allowed for so much more. Sometimes forest fires are good and sometimes you need to tear down a perfectly good bridge.