Quoting policy after policy (, , synthesis etc.) and eroding stuff from the article by the people who tried to get it deleted, declaring it would never have any value, and who never contributed a single typed-in character to develop the article - that's what we have here. Please, discuss before you remove, particularly if it's a direct quote with direct relevance from a highly . Also, use rationality. "Wearing pants below waist and thereby exposing skin or intimate clothing" is indeed a law that concerns whale-tails, unless you are totally bent on . And, stop removing stuff that contextualize the subject, like the rise of the g-string and low-rise pants, especially when the context has been adequately explained through sourced information. Eroding stuff little by little may eventually get the article minimized to a level when it's ready for another deletion proposal, but that may not be a very desirable situation. ( • ) 14:13, 30 June 2008 (UTC)
Whale Tail Wall Hook is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
The 12 foot high hand sculpted solid black marble Whale tails have just been moved to South of Burlington, best seen from interstate 89. Sculpter is Jim Sardonis of Randolph.
Whale Tail 1 Photograph by George Battersby - Fine Art America
There is a sculpture of a whale's tail on a hillside overlooking Randolph, Vermont. It can be seen from Interstate highway 89 and Route 66, across from the McDonald's. It's a little out of place don't you think?? It has been there since I moved here in 1988.
#121- 8" Long Whale Tail with 1 3/8" Spade - PDR Finesse Tools