Hey, thanks everyone for the reply. So it's a mixed feeling on whether or not epoxy will work. My mechanic certain doesn't think so... Nevertheless, it's hard for me to believe that the steam + pressure + heat is so high that epoxy won't hold ('cuz its spec exceeds all that...) and the only thing unusual about radiator leak is that it has water coming out of the crack. So perhaps that 'mixing' of water and epoxy causes the glue not to stick especially during constant thermal expansion. Having that in mind, I still go ahead to do a 'plastic epoxy' fix, like EDBSO has mentioned. The plastic epoxy I bought however is from ACE. That stuff works great on all my previous glue job, including a valve cover hole fix I had a month ago. Obviously it withstands the heat from the engine pretty well. Now, I prep the surface with Acetone first followed by sanding and Acetone clean again. Sanding makes me see the hairline crack a lot better. I apply the two part epoxy to it and will wait for a few days before starting the car. Maybe upon which, I will apply another layer of JB Weld if desired... Let's see how it'll go.
UPDATE (EDIT): After a week of JB WELD my radiator's crack (on top of the plastic neck going into the hose on the driver's side), a 70 mile constant highway run at an ambient temperature of 70F does NOT blow the glue! JB weld seems to be holding up the pressure and the heat quite nicely!! This is my lame fix to the radiator leak problem.