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That isn't settling. Count the courses and it will be very obvious what happened. Below and to the left of that mess there are 11 courses, within the mess there's only 9, to the right there looks to be 10, but the detail makes it hard to tell for sure. Furthermore, the courses above and to the right appear to run down hill to the right. The story poles got out of whack at that funky bump out and they ran off by 2 to 2 1/2 courses and had no idea how to fix it.

Either that, or someone ran into it with a skidsteer and thought no one would notice.

"Dude! My dad's a TV repair man! He's got a totally awesome set of tools! We can fix it!"

Tom

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That isn't settling. Count the courses and it will be very obvious what happened. Below and to the left of that mess there are 11 courses, within the mess there's only 9, to the right there looks to be 10, but the detail makes it hard to tell for sure. Furthermore, the courses above and to the right appear to run down hill to the right. The story poles got out of whack at that funky bump out and they ran off by 2 to 2 1/2 courses and had no idea how to fix it.

Tom

That scenario totally ignores the rowlock sill being out of place!
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Nah, your thinking like a mason. The wal settled, a chunk stayed intack but a variety of bricks did not not. They tossed the chunk of bricks back into the hole and filled in the gaps with extra large mortar joints. Notice the chunk is running diagionally.

Busted and "repaired"

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