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a little disturbing how the masonry work just all fell off like that...

No Not at all, they use small hooks on the plywood and then build the bricks up in front and every so often you have a tab that gets imbedded into the brick wall. Sadly when you run into it, the brick will fall down like that and leave the exposed subwall.

Amazing, looks like a Georgia plate. Silly southern boys, they should know better than to try parallel parking in front of the house. :P

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