Working with JB Weld is sometimes like herding shoggoths. Difficult, but rewarding if the Work is performed with correctness. Today's exercise required safety glasses , a Dremel grinder , bricks and duct tape , alcohol  and swabs, and a plate . Oh, and two extension cords  and a headset .
 That's why.
 Forms and braces.
 Isopropyl , for application to the surfaces.
 Styrofoam, of course. What do you think, I'm going to use the good plates to mix epoxy on? 
 The first one was too short to reach the formed and braced area.
 If I get a call while working I want to not have to put everything down to answer.
 Interesting, Isopropyl is not in spellcheck . How odd. Cthulhu is, though. 
 Neither is spellcheck. How meta.
 Don't answer that. 
 Footnote  to  and then  to  feels not nested, like I'm doing
< i > < b > something < / i > < / b > and the overlapping footnotes feel like I'm violating some DITA / XML-related rule. 
 Breathing probably isn't DITA-compliant.