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JLC • NEW ENGLAND EDITION • OCTOBER 1995 JLC • NEW ENGLAND EDITION • OCTOBER 1995/0 Iwas once working with a demolition crew in New York City. Every day at noon, we'd leave our dusty job site and walk a few blocks to have lunch in a small park called Father Demo Square. I don't know much about the priest in question, but we adopted him as our patron saint; his insignia, we decided, was a pair of crossed reciprocating saws on a background of construction debris. Certainly no tool is more identified with a specific subtrade than the reciprocating saw is with demolition. Long the realm of the Milwaukee