Brick Laying and Masonry

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+32 1. drienuldrie commented 8 years ago

Study management they said. It will be fun, they said.
Thanks Snotr for showing me yet another true skill to envy.
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+18 2. Judge-Jake commented 8 years ago

Skilful if not a bit monotonous ;)
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+24 3. Cavabardus commented 8 years ago

Seems so simple...
Must be definitly very difficult.
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+4 4. Maular commented 8 years ago

First day on the job...
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+14 5. Burimi commented 8 years ago

#4 for cammeraman
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+4 6. oregonn8tive commented 8 years ago

Anyone have the name of the tune? It is bugging me to no end.
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+4 7. MrG commented 8 years ago

#6 Maybe it's "Better days gone" by Network Music Ensemble
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-1 8. amjadj commented 8 years ago

If you work for a contractor, you get paid $1 for each cinder block.
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+2 9. Finski commented 8 years ago

So where do they put the insulation and all that?
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+3 10. loadrunner commented 8 years ago

#9 the blocks contain air, the air does not circulate and makes it a very good insulation.
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+2 11. Finski commented 8 years ago

#10 Wouldn't work in Finland. =/ No wonder houses are cheaper abroad...
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+3 12. challenger451 commented 8 years ago

A little too long, but satisfying to see done. One big secret is getting the cement mixture just right. That is a skill in and of itself.
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+5 13. sunnydaze4me commented 8 years ago

#9 In the US the hollow concrete blocks are usually filled with a pourable insulating product like
Perlite,or filled with an injectable expanding foam.Otherwise the air circulating up and down in
the hollow block wall will be a poor insulator.