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Very cool, indeed. I’d never seen that piece til now.
But screw you just the same. Do you have any idea how difficult plumbing gets when the faucets start to leak, and ya can’t get ’em to shut off?
…And! There is no visible sign of where the flood comes from. Solder and copper won’t work…
Then it somehow seals itself, and ya wind up sittin’ there with this huge, dumbass grin on your face.
It’s brand new thats why you haven’t seen it.Water always wins.
Hey dad, wanna play catch? I don’t know of any greater feeling as a kid when he said yes. That and when he went surf or pier fishing (he wasn’t much on pier fishing) and I was allowed to come along. When I was older he got a brand new 20′ Simmons Sea Skiff that was a wooden hand built boat by Mr. Tom Simmons in Stumpy Point, NC. Today he’s 92, playing with house money, and if you ask him what he’d like to be able to do like he could 30, 40, 50 years ago, he’ll say, “to be able to tie my shoes.” Thank God for Velcro.
Simmons Sea Skiff
“Playing catch” and “fishing” ….. wonder when “they” will outlaw both of those ???
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