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Old 07-02-2012, 06:01 AM   #1
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A little job i'm doing at the museum of modern art
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you poured those?

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Yeah, there are actually 3, I have to get more pictures up. Basically a sidewalk on a table. Used white Portland cement, white play sand, bluestone and red 3/4 chip as the aggregate. Will sand and polish to make a rugged as **** poor man's terrazzo
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so you gotta explain what your doing there at moma
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so you gotta explain what your doing there at moma
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