Bennett has a point, but, in a perilously obtuse way, he's also missing the point.
The entire show is a sight to behold, and curious onlookers are flocking to see these perilously high objects.
Sadly and perilously for all the world, Americans are losing hope.
c.1300, from Old French perillos "perilous, dangerous" (Modern French périlleux) "dangerous, hazardous," from Latin periculosus "dangerous, hazardous," from periculum "a danger, attempt, risk" (see peril). Related: Perilously; perilousness.