Random Thoughts Thread

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Bennett, Aug 12, 2006.

  1. Jo6pak

    Jo6pak Full Access Member

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    Yeah, but the oil light really only matters if it is blinking, right..............right?
     
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    The oil pressure sender is new (and oil light usually goes on and off when malfunctioning, from previous experience). Current light is a steady on.
     
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    I'd bet a cop a box of donuts, they use the same shitty pressure switch in the jeep as they do on my neon and mom's PT cruiser. that thing will on random starts stick open. usually turning the engine off, waiting a second, then restarting and the light goes away. on the neon I also have a pressure gauge that's tapped into a fitting in the pan, so I know the switch is just being short bus window licking helmet wearing retarded.
     
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    nuts!!!
     
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    Sick on the couch. Went from fine last night to unable to walk easily. Overheating and freezing. This is crazy.
     
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    Ugh... flu?
    Do you have the plague? :(
     
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    No idea. It progressed in about 5 hours so I'm at a loss
     
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    profdlp Grouchy Old Cuss

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    Ebola, most likely. :blah:


    (Sorry - I thought maybe a laugh would make you feel better. Get well soon.) :party52:
     
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    Well I spent about 7 minutes in the -20c freezer yesterday. Maybe that was it not sure.
     
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    "Eat an orange and you'll feel better tomorrow" (Mom's advice)

    "Rub some dirt on it and get back out there" (Dad's advice)

    Take your pick, but hope you feel better soon
     
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    Dave Administrator Administrator Moderator

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    Hope you are feeling better quickly.


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    Damnit prof beat me to it. I was gonna say Ebola. Seriously though hope you feel better soon.
     
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    Thanks guys. I'm feeling a little better but that could be the medication talking. I just want to work on the jeep instead of being sick haha
     
  14. Marlon_JB2

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    Medications or not, glad you're feeling even just a little bit better. :)

    Oh, and...

    [YT]V6ap0Fy2X_M[/YT]

    :) :) :) :) :)
     
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    Marlon_JB2 Kombat Edition Jeep

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    Should have hung out at my friend's house like he wanted me to.

    I'm bored "AF" right now, but I have work in the morning...he works when he wants to. Meh.
     
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    Marlon_JB2 Kombat Edition Jeep

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    I build the Jeep *GRAND* Cherokee, not the Jeep Cherokee. :)
     
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    *Tell me why city slickers think they need a 20 horse/ 48 inch cut riding lawn mower in town when they have a postage stamp lawn?
    Amazes me driving around what some of these people have for lawn mowers :shrug::happy175:
    I mow down at my home place on a fairly good sized mower but then we mow almost 6 acres. Oh well just my random thought for the day

    **Getting the garage ready for another lift, KJ owner bringing his CRD to me to lift and replace whatever else I find that is needed on it. Leaving it for a week since he lives about 230 miles away . :gr_grin:
     
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    I saw a Kia Sportage in a shopping center parking lot coming around the corner and noticed something odd moving at the back. Turns out the spare tire mounting bar latch was broken and it was swinging from side to side like crazy, spare tire and all. Never one to miss a train wreck in progress, I followed her through the parking lot. The thing had bashed into the back of her car over and over again so hard it had opened up a crease in the rear gate like a giant old-fashioned can opener had been at it. The puncture in the rear gate was all rusty, so it's not like the thing had just come loose. She parks, gets out, then goes into a store where she apparently works. Just another day in sunny Sterling, VA. :happy175:
     
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  20. Jo6pak

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    Was she pretty?

    "Excuse me miss, can I help you with your spare tire?"

    Oh, wait maybe that's not so good...

    "Can I assist you in fixing up your tailgate?

    No, that's not gonna work either..

    "I was behind you and couldn't help but notice that you had something swinging loose"

    Errr, maybe...

    "Can I help you with the crack in your rear..."

    DAMN, I'm no good with pick-up lines.:shrug: