Here there be (sleeping) tygers. And Kitchens of Distinction.
. wrote:Wheel bolts are less than 5 bucks. Generally, they are made of steel, but I think perhaps yours were made of aluminum foil.
That's what I fucking thought. You know how sometimes when a bolt's been on there a while, you have to give it a bit more ofa crank to get it started? Well, it siezed 2/3 of the way down, and I gave it that much power, and it just fucking snapped.
Also interesting to note: There are 7 (!) seperate recalls on my year, make and model of car.
Square721BT wrote:All our soccer refs were dicks.
You're not a dick, are you?
Surely not. I am merely a humble servant of the rules.
That said, I wished I had a metal whistle on a string so I could hit the kid who ANGRILY COMPLAINED about my awarding a penalty against his team when they were down 8-0 with a few minutes to go.
Square721BT wrote:Also interesting to note: There are 7 (!) seperate recalls on my year, make and model of car.
To satisfy my own curiousity, have you ever done one of those CarFax reports on your car?
"The release of atom power has changed everything except our way of thinking...the solution to this problem lies in the heart of mankind. If only I had known, I should have become a watchmaker." - Albert Einstein
Bag of Ass wrote:Animals I saw today: dogs, deer, rabbit, lizards, horses. Most of these are rarities in the city.
We almost hit a coyote today on our lunch break.
And I see deer and rabbits in the city all the time, and horses every single goddam day.
Actually, I hit a rabbit the other day coming home from the grocery store.
Kauser wrote:Also, What type of recalls were there? Some can be overlooked, like improper rearview mirror mountings. Some cannot, like motor mounts.
Also just to refresh my memory what was the make, model and year of your car?
97 Chevy Cavalier. They vary from inproper length of the windshield wipers to faulty controller arms on the rear axle.
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