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Who Are the Master Masons of America?The Master Masons of America are qualified professionals who have studied the classics, schooled themselves in the principles of sacred geometry, and slaved for years–sometimes hundreds of years–to house our businesses, residences, and public spaces in erections of sublimity. The astounding elegance exemplified in their marvelous feats forms a canon that great builders will follow for centuries to come. This blog celebrates the Master Masons' commendable approaches to the art of building.
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Midge Wordsley’s entry for the term auto-fux was recently approved by the editors of the Urban Dictionary. The word, meaning “the act of arrogant programs such as Microsoft Word second-guessing the user and introducing misspellings and grammatical errors into otherwise … Continue reading