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Cassers machine

Traditionalist spoke his ideas
as being satanic and meanspirited
They saw his vision and creation
as mad.
He sees from his selfish views of
life and traditions.
He lives spiteful, to be seen as
a pricey among men.
Sceince and math.
Might historians, speak him mad!

He invented a machine that could
build a rammed earth home in
One to two days!
It starts on the corners, and hydrolic compressors ram the
earth at a high speed and consistancy
Creating walls 18 inches thick and 18 feet tall within 3 hours. He sells cheap
to help those less fortunate. Might get he be God to the masses, and satan in history?
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Submitted by allanterry542curtis_2 on July 21, 2021

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