Date: Sun, 31 Dec 2006 18:36:31 -0800
Reply-To: Nathaniel Poole <npoole@TELUS.NET>
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From: Nathaniel Poole <npoole@TELUS.NET>
Subject: I feel like the professor from Gilligan's Island.
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As an aside I found one section where water had gotten into the panel
sometime in the past, you could see the dried water marks. It's in the
quarter panel under where the sliding mechanism is for the side door, where
the mechanism is covered by the flap of tin along the side of the van. Have
to check this out more, it could be a window seal.
I've decide to make my acoustic goop out of cellulose fibre in the form of
insulation - the kind that is blown into attics. Mix this up with acrylic
paint and you will be able to trowel it on. This cellulose isn't as fine as
I would like, so the result won't be as solid, but I think it'll still work
as a dampening material. The insulation is very inexpensive and I want to
find something the people might be able to use for the lowest cost. You can
buy a 5-gal tub of mistint paint for almost nothing.
Wish I had asked for a toy drum set for xmas to experiment with :) My son
still hasn't gotten me my Ah-OO-gah horn yet (they were sold out).
And what was up with that professor guy anyway? He could make a two-way
radio out of vines, bobby pins and coconuts but couldn't fix a hole in a
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