KnotRod

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About KnotRod

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    Guinea VA.
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    Boats, airplanes, money, kink, rope bondage, single malt scotch, handroled cigars.

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  1. Cheap plywood adhesive that can be applied quickly and easily, and is available in large quantities? Bonus if it retains some flexibility over time? Waterproof? Bonus if it is a roofing product? Use asphalt based roofing and foundation coating. Slather it on with a roller and be done in short order. Want to really go hog wild with this installation? Roll a layer of roofing / foundation coating on top of your existing sheathing. Lay a layer of 30 lb felt on top of that. Then another layer of roofing and foundation coating, and then your first layer of sheathing. Repeat the same process between your second and third layer of sheathing. Then put a layer of foundation coating and 30 lb felt on top of the third layer of sheathing. Add a layer of one of the premium synthetic roofing underlayments on top of that--- And finish it off with your metal roofing.
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    Building A Bridge

    What you want to do, is to hop on Craigslist and buy an old semi trailer flatbed. Take a torch and cut all of the suspension and other stuff off of the frame. And then you have a handy dandy modular bridge.
  3. Every chance I have. Mormon pussy is good pussy. Kinky too!
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    Sailing around the world in a San Juan 24

    Yesterday. Yorktown, VA. Black Honda sedan. Southbound on Rt17. License plate: OOHEY Make of it whatever you will.
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    Sad, waterlogged Holder 12 monohull

    For such a benign looking little sailboat, those Holders sure are squirrelly little fuckers. I sailed a Holder 14 for the first time this afternoon. Turned it turtle in less than an hour. It was completely my fault. But that little sob sure did go upside down quickly!
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    Hull now needs faring.

    Yea---- I think that guy works for me now. I handed him a 5 inch random orbit sander, and a pack of el-cheapo 80 grit disk. Told him to sand the red bottom paint off of a fiberglass skiff. Don't cut into the white gel coat underneath. Spent an hour showing him how to do that. The moron sanded clean through the hull in several places. Dam boat looks like swiss cheese now------- Friggin' moron.
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    Seven Identical Harbor 20's Looking For A Home

    Contact Arabella at Premier Sailing School, Irvington, VA. They're located in an idyllic setting on the mid Chesapeake Bay