So how much time do you save not doing it like this?
The Ol’ Domino Effect Method Of Setting A Stone Wall Top

In somebody clearly getts paid by the hour news, this is a video of a contractor using the domino effect method of setting a stone wall top, in which all the stones knock each other over domino style, then after reaching the end all neatly — and incredibly quickly — fall into place. For those of you unfamiliar with this technique, the real magic happens after the 1:05 mark. Also, in my bedroom. Get it? “You bought a spell book on eBay and practice reciting incantations under the covers.” Exactly, my girlfriend complains about it keeping her up at night, but I bet she won’t be complaining when I can turn bats into frogs!

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  1. Kaizer Chief
    “Somebody clearly gets paid by the hour” – they sound Russian, I don’t think they’re getting paid at all…
  2. Deksam
    One of those videos, that waiting for the ending was worth it.
  3. kgb999
    Is doing it that way faster … or slower?
    1. James Mcelroy
      Well, considering they need to adhere the stones to the top of that wall in some way, I would say it was WAY slower. It did look cool though with all the shaky cam. I think I saw the Blair Witch.