As a part of blog post number two, we had to find "P211.T45", and create a Spark Page showing images of us interacting with it, as well as what rhetorical appeals, canons, etc., are being utilized and what we think it all means. So, after searching "P211.T45" on Google, I found an article about a Silo found near the Agricultural Quad on campus. After nearly dying from the Tornado strength winds on the way, I got to the Silo. Inside it is empty, save for a metal plaque on the floor in the center, which reads "REF P211.T45 COOPER." P211.T45, as I would later find out, is an art project created by David Tillinghast in 2001. Apparently it is a Clemson legend, but I had never heard of it before so I'm not so sure about that (then again I am only a freshman). After writing down the inscription on the plaque, I made my way to Cooper Library where I presented the inscription to the employee at the desk. After he laughed and commented about me being the 1,000,000th person to ask for it, he briefly disappeared into a back room before reappearing with this book.