this is up there with the careful, loving shirt ironing video.
doesn't seem like the kind of construction that would stand up to a gentle earthquake. i guess they don't worry about that kind of thing wherever ol' paddy mccinderblock works.
A documentary by Ken Burns.
|Mr. Purple Cat Esq. |
|Hegemony Cricket |
This is something I am simply not capable of doing. I've tried. I watched a master bricklayer wield a trowel and shape mortar like this and thought, "Well, that sure looks easy."
It is not. This is magic.
And by that, I mean I'm too lazy to practice and therefore write it off to faith and demonic contracts that such skills exist.
In other words: This is the fucking Steve Vai as Satan's guitarist in Crossroads of brick laying and my soul would have been burned up quick smart had I ever had to face him.
Once again, poeTV does not disappoint on the comments.
|Jet Bin Fever |
If you do something a couple thousand times a day for about 30 years you'll get pretty good at it too.
I like to lay pipe
|American Standard |
He's making it look dead easy. That's how you know it's hard to do.
Nary a wasted movement or dollop of mortar.
Waiting for the porn parody, starring Cindy Bloxxx.
Look, it's one of those people who build civilization.
This is art.
Fuck that guy...it just makes me mad...for that five stars
Yeah, it's a lot harder than it looks.
And so damned satisfying once you start to get the hang of it. I can do this. Not this fast or smoothly, but I can.
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