Friday, December 11, 2009
Via Radley Balko, an illustration of why men shouldn’t write advice columns:
I dunno, this seems like very good advice to me.
Restraint, in an age of excess, is a wondrous thing. Practice your patience; enjoy your deprivations.
I agree … excellent advice …
Take it the ol’ ball-and-chain don’t read this column thar, Jimboy
I disagree. In this day and age few cars can be worked on by the amateur mechanic. She’d be much better off taking it in to a reliable shop.
In this day and age few cars can be worked on by the amateur mechanic. She’d be much better off taking it in to a reliable shop.
True. I, for one, wouldn’t know where to begin checking my fuel line for debris.
I dunno…it seems her husband was regularly flushing his lines.
Of course, in this age of cell phones, she would have called him to come pick her up and might have remained blissfully unaware.
At least John didn’t ask: “was she hot?”
oh … I don’t think it matters whether the car was stolen.
I was wondering how one would check their fuel line pressure in today’s cars without actually disconnecting something..
Sheila? So obviously a pseudonym. I think the writer’s name was Elin.
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