Another beautiful thing about this wall is that due to the wide availability of United States Dihydrogen Monoxide, I am able to negotiate a particularly good price for the raw binder material. Given the cost of Portland cement, and considering the difficulty of manufacturing large quantities of ruggedized concrete walls using Portland cement along the border, it is estimated that each cubic yard of wall using traditional designs will cost considerably more than $100 in materials alone. By contrast, comparable raw materials for the dihydrogen monoxide plus aggregate design proposed here will cost less than $20 per cubic yard. As a consequence, I am able to offer a wall five times as large for the same initial materials cost as a typical Portland cement based concrete wall. This means a more beautiful, more magnificent, and more impenetrable wall can be built at a lower initial materials cost using my vastly superior design.