Alicia Reed In fact, I have encountered a real live warranty note on something that said, "Warranty void in the event of shark bite, bear attack, and children under the age of 5." 😅🤣 [/quote wrote:
When I worked in a camera store, I think the labels for Pelican brand camera cases said something like that! It's so true: toddlers can break anything.
I work in a garage for a major privately owned nursery in my city where we fix all the trucks and heavy equipment, hand tools and mechanized hand stuff like blowers and bricksaws, etc. I swear they crews are just giant toddlers..... I say that with love, though.
Mart Hale wrote:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kintsugi
Japan has been doing this for some time...
John F Dean wrote: Most terrifying was the night we were visited by a bear. Where does a bear piss? …..anywhere it wants to. It chose the side of our tent. I and my sleeping bag were soaking wet.
Phil Stevens wrote: Clasts are pretty much nonexistent in aged lime putty and the process of turning into stone is slow. The restorers of heritage structures have found that mortar on the interior of thick stone walls was still plastic centuries after they were built.