Message from RevStench in MacGuyver - Skills & Academics #general


2018-03-11 21:35:15 UTC  

Only removed for cleaning was my assumption.

2018-03-11 21:36:18 UTC  

indeed. I just took it off with the pipe wrench I used to open the sewer drain. That is the only thing that has went easy so far. I will try pushing the snake through that way. Thanks!

2018-03-11 21:36:49 UTC  

Oh, I am guessing you did not add those pipe panties to your collection? lol.

2018-03-11 21:40:02 UTC  

LOL

2018-03-11 21:40:10 UTC  

no

2018-03-11 22:06:27 UTC  

got some tree roots and hair. still not clear though. snaking by hand is hard work.

2018-03-11 23:33:11 UTC  

Yup.

2018-03-11 23:51:10 UTC  

I got the snake 12-15 feet in. Now all I am getting is clay.

2018-03-12 00:04:19 UTC  

Wow

2018-03-12 00:04:42 UTC  

Do some laundry?..

2018-03-12 00:29:00 UTC  

It still drains very slow - a tiny bit faster. I am going to have a plumber come over tomorrow.

2018-03-12 00:41:46 UTC  

Did your pipe break?

2018-03-12 00:41:59 UTC  

Better call a plumber tbh

2018-03-12 00:42:16 UTC  

Sounds like it

2018-03-12 00:42:50 UTC  

That's not good. That could destroy the foundation of the house

2018-03-12 00:44:03 UTC  

@Rick how deep where you when you started to hit clay?

2018-03-12 00:52:34 UTC  

probably 12-15 feet.

2018-03-12 01:03:30 UTC  

If the break is outside I believe they can dig that out and splice into the old pipe from outside. Don't quote me on that, code is different in some states. But let's get real most plumbing is common sense haha. If the pipe is still in good shape under the house.

2018-03-12 01:21:21 UTC  

I have had roots before and they just grinded through. Hopefully, that's all that needs to be done.

2018-03-12 01:41:36 UTC  

Oh ok, well hopefully that's all it is. I'd get rid of that tree. Haha

2018-03-13 02:39:16 UTC  

I cucked and paid a plumber to clean it with a professional snake.

2018-03-13 02:51:02 UTC  

Did he say you broke it?

2018-03-13 02:51:06 UTC  
2018-03-13 02:54:37 UTC  

no. he cleared it.

2018-03-13 02:54:55 UTC  

didn't say it was broken, but that there was a lot of hard junk in it.

2018-03-13 02:55:06 UTC  

cost me $100.

2018-03-13 03:30:03 UTC  

That's not bad at all

2018-03-13 03:30:13 UTC  

I'd pay that for peace of mind

2018-03-13 04:13:39 UTC  

Yeah I think that was totally worth it

2018-03-13 04:36:31 UTC  

I wonder how clay got in your pipe

2018-03-14 06:01:15 UTC  

Pretty fair price. Maybe some hippies with an underground pottery class were there washing their hand for years before.

2018-03-22 21:04:12 UTC  

Guten Tag alle.

2018-03-22 21:35:01 UTC  

Wie gehts dir? Alles gut?

2018-03-22 21:35:09 UTC  

Gutten tag comrade

2018-03-23 03:25:57 UTC  

Alles geht ganz gut, wie immer. @⚡Clark⚡

2018-03-23 03:28:01 UTC  

Wie ist es mit dir gegangen, @⚡Clark⚡?

2018-03-26 17:00:00 UTC  

@everyone Is there anyone with experience as a military contractor?

2018-03-26 17:00:41 UTC  

Worked for TC for a year.

2018-03-26 17:02:52 UTC  
2018-03-26 17:13:56 UTC  

@Deleted User Awesome! Do you have any advice as to how a startup might make industry connections? Thank you for your time.