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  1. Sean Herron
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    Hello...

    I have been thinking - what if I took a skin off an old hull with torn up newspapers and acrylic gesso - or flour paste for the first bits - lets say I build this up to 1/4 of an inch thick and let it cure for a few days...

    Could I have me a million dollar yacht - would I have to give it a French name...

    Le' Paper Ma'****...

    What should I use as a seperating agent - and how would I float the part from the mould - dish soap and air...

    SH.
     
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    Sean ol mate,

    Paper mache is not for the inexperienced user, I would suggest that you get a job working in China, they make good puppets there from paper and glue, that way you can gain experience before "flopping" your superyacht.

    I cannot understand either all the ******** that goes on here about rules and regulations, traverse framing or not, epoxy cores or poly over epoxy and all of that hi tech crap, it is the shape that matters, so simply copy someone elses knowledge and make sure you use waterproof glue with the paper.
     
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    oh yeah, don't listen to PAR or Guillermo either, what would they know!!!!!!!
     
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    what happened about that other girl of you love, she looked OK, oh yeah, that is right, she did not know you existed....such is life mate.....
     
  5. Sean Herron
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    No Wait...

    Hello...

    Do you mean the Roller Derby girl or the Architect...:)

    SH.
     
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    Architect.......but do tell us about the Roller Derby girl, sounds interesting
     
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    ooooooh Sean, she would have you for breakfast mate....keep away from that one.
     
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    Surely...

    Hello...

    Locks at Bayfield - that would be nice...

    SH.
     
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    masalai masalai

    I like the one with the green painted LB on it - may be full of beer? - Oh you are talking about the wimen? - got into too much trouble there....
     
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    Is Toronto really called "smoke city"?
     
  12. Sean Herron
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    Yup...

    Yup...
     

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    "Smoke-Free Ontario Act

    The Smoke-Free Ontario Act (2006), prohibits smoking in enclosed workplaces and public places, to protect workers and the public from the hazards of second-hand smoke. The Smoke-Free Ontario Act replaces the Tobacco Control Act and the Smoking in the Workplace Act. Private clubs are smoke-free under workplace provisions. Designated Smoking Rooms can not be used for smoking. Ashtrays and Health Warning Signs must be removed."
     
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