But surely the reinforcement is the rebar, not the cement. You oughtn’t reject that out of hand. No, siree. Just think of it. That could be you! Sturdy iron to pulverized stone. Rock, paper, scissors, rebar? It’s a no-brainer! Now, all you have to do is just sign this little release form... Just a formality, you understand.
Eschewing the semantic duelling, I will, as a HAW of renown/acclaim, admit to a familiarity with the aforementioned rebar, but not however, in a constructional sense, but in a sculptural one. As in https://www.pinterest.co.uk/cookieward/ ... ement-bar/
Just as welder/sculptor Arthur Dooley put his welding skills to sculptural endeavours, as in: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zf3SxOzuc8U
several of my former colleagues and I, were prone, at times of mind numbing piece-work boredom, to gather up scrap metal, and turn it into items of profoundly beautiful, uniquely thought provoking and inspirational pieces of sculpture. It’s impossible to recall exactly how many passing by our welding booths would stop, and beseech of us, “What the f***in’ ‘ell is that!?.
However, a friend did once turn up at home with a small bundle of rebar, for me to make him a rack and stand, to house biggish plant pots in his garden. Because of its very basic, and business like shape and function, I’d hesitate to call it sculpturesque. I wouldn’t, but there could be those who would.
Which brings us to Jaysen's post:
You're Rein-for-Cement is really more about how well you organized the protesters. Aren't you the guiding force on the cement sidewalk? We are just looking to see that you are recognized as the "force that runs the heads" of those passing by.
The real question is are they looking in support or in horror? ￼
As for the protesters on the picket line, Jaysen, over the years members have come and gone. I’m not too sure as to whether or not we have good proportion of exhibitionists amongst us now. Maybe it’s time to hang up ones KiWCS ... what d’ you think?