Originally Posted by boatpoker
miniscule, barely visible amount on fingertip is all it takes to tell otherwise you are into lab analysis. If there is no (or little) taste it is usually fluid from decayed wood.
Decayed wood too - YUMMMMYY
I'm just kidding here on both posts - well sorta kidding, I guess.
When younger I was made of infallible/impenetrable high tensile steel, tasting drop of coolant to see if proper amount of antifreeze was in there meant nothing to me. Washing my hands off using pure toluene was no prob! Inhaling varnish fumes in tightly contained locations with not much ventilation or sand blasting for short periods with no dust mask were too often accomplished tasks.
Now, in my mid 60's... I'm beginning
to realize that I've become made of made of "careful is as careful does" materials!
Funny how the less front room you [I] have in life makes us ever more careful as we look at how to continue moving forward for as long as possible!
Looking back... we [I] can see more error-moves than we'd [I'd] like.
drink lots o' Water. Every
day eat one or two Bananas. Often
have baked Brussel Sprouts - That is the "Popeye" diet of the 21st century... well... for me anyway! - LOL