around the new lid perimeter in at least a couple of places...it found a way out, and pushed through a pinhole it made in the goop. Clearly,..the stuff wasn't/isn't dry. I smoothed another fillet of that stuff back along the top edge where it was leaking last night, which shoulda sealed it again.....its just taking forever to cure.Where was it leaking from?
make me want to live like I want to live now, yeah,yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeahIt's the hardest thing for me.......waiting.
Lack of patience has ruined many an outcome with me before, but this time I got no choice but to wait...
Yes, that is true.. You'll never see the krait you stepped on during your late night trip to the latrine... It may Nail you!My ex 'Nam Irish laundry drill guy at the rest home said it best. It's what you can't see that's dangerous. Don't worry about, just know that a leak is a kind of nothing that sux. Flush it out. Rinse and repeat!
Ding! ..you get the cookie..You were successful at sealing that btch up?
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