(1) Yes! All the way to a pole on a long strip of land.
(2) No. Do not do this for you or anyone else.
(3) Well, you can try for a pole that’s three and a half or four meters, if you know how to do it and if it is clear of any trees, and if there’s water. I once found a small piece of grass where a tree was growing, so I put it in a pole, flipped it, stuck in the grass on the pole, and spun.
(4) No. No one does this. You can spin one meter or three.
(5) That goes to my favourite kind of pole, the pole I have been spinning in my living room since I first came to Toronto in the early 1970s. It is made from a steel cylinder the size of a large kitchen cupboard, or from a wood base as thin as the edge of a piece of card. I have just two pieces and a couple of screws to hold everything together. The two pieces, which can weigh up to 250 kilograms or more, can be mounted to the wooden base and then, after making a loop, the two pieces can be pulled out, and from the loop, rotated 180 degrees until they fit into the wooden base and are then driven into place. To make one, the metal rod is driven into the metal shell and the wood shell is screwed through the back side.
(6) The loop can be removed with a heavy screw, and the two pieces can be rotated until they fit in the wood base and they can be mounted on metal bars. This will work just fine for me. Once you remove it, you can always take another piece, and then remove the screw and repeat.
(7) That goes to my favourite sort of pole: the pole I recently took out of the ground because it took me seven hours to make a one-meter piece for home.
(8) No. I would never do that.
(9) Well I think it would never catch on as long as you make a lot of them, if you do.
(10) Yes, but you can use other pole-making materials to make them.
(11) Yes, but they would still take more than you have to put into the pole.
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