FREE (after $26 rebate) 5 Qts 5W-30 Full Synthetic Green Motor Oil

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On 2/20/2012 12:23 AM, Sent data: wrote:

If you want to contact (or have your lawyer, or favorite LEO) contact, the registrant is:
Registrant: Marketiquette, Inc PO Box 470443 Celebration, Florida 34747 United States
Registered through: Go Daddy Domain Name: GETG.COM Created on: 03-Jul-01 Expires on: 03-Jul-12 Last Updated on: 07-Jun-11
Administrative Contact: Loch, Carol snipped-for-privacy@aol.com Marketiquette, Inc PO Box 470443 Celebration, Florida 34747 United States 3212144039 Fax -- 8153310931
Technical Contact: Loch, Carol snipped-for-privacy@aol.com Marketiquette, Inc PO Box 470443 Celebration, Florida 34747 United States 3212144039 Fax -- 8153310931
And here is a web site dedicated to our spammer:
http://www.loopnet.com/profile/6219541341/Carol-Loch/
Looks like she's changed from real estate to oil...
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On 02/20/2012 04:46 AM, PeterD wrote:

You want to whine about someone sharing details of a free motor oil deal?? Is this group already far too busy already to handle another thread? I'm the certifiCATED (not certified) A&P guy! I'm not Carol Loch. But if I was her, it's still kind of sad for someone to gripe about a FREE offer anyway.
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On 02/20/2012 08:41 PM, Budd Cochran wrote:

So astute, Buddd! No wonder this group looks to you for guidance.
NOBODY here should accept $26 of free synthetic oil. Because, as you say, it sounds too good to be true.
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On 2/21/2012 11:01 PM, Budd Cochran wrote:

Just what info that they ask for on the rebate form makes you think that they have identity theft in mind? Oh, you didn't even bother to read the form nor did you ever think that your bank account number is on every check that you write. To me you sound somewhat paranoid for no valid reason.
Myself, I am going for it.
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On 02/22/2012 09:06 PM, Budd Cochran wrote:

The problem you have with the free oil offer is that I identified myself as The Certificated A&P Guy! Yep, it's Beryl again, who left you humiliated in your 'Dodge Ramcharger vacuum hose' thread a while ago, and you still can't recover from it. Crybaby. Same with PeteyD and the ex-NASA idiot NotMe, who unsuccessfully tried to prop you up.
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On 02/23/2012 08:21 PM, Budd Cochran wrote:

Well, DUH! Taking the truck back to sea level was sort of a joke, ya' know?
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On 02/24/2012 10:23 PM, Budd Cochran wrote:

Wait a minute... How do you know that my answer was wrong? You're in Colorado at 9000 feet. You took the truck to sea level and found out that the heater control still didn't work?

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On 02/25/2012 09:04 PM, Budd Cochran wrote:

Sorry Budlette, but you're messed up.
Vacuum is not independent of ambient air pressure. It's probably best to forget the term "vacuum" and think "differential pressure" instead, because vacuum doesn't power anything. It can't. Ambient air pressure does the work. That's why I suggested you move the truck to sea level, where air pressure is greater. A ridiculous thing to do and, depending on the failure mode of the system, it may have worked.
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On 02/26/2012 09:28 PM, Budd Cochran wrote:

It doesn't. Explain how an engine can produce a large pressure drop at sea level, and the same large pressure drop at the edge of space. How is your "vacuum" powered heater control going to work there? Sort of... not at all.
That's why I asked NotMe (airplane owner and ex-NASA instrument specialist idiot who didn't have a clue) the questions about aircraft gyro instruments and vacuum pumps vs. positive pressure pumps, at low and high altitudes. A vacuum pump isn't going to do anything in a near-vacuum! At some lofty altitude, you have to give up sucking against a vacuum, and start blowing instead to produce positive pressure on the other side of the instrument.

It's okay, I only need to use one cell.
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Budd:

Air. There isn't a total vacuum, you're going to pressurize whatever air there is. I asked about "flight levels", which begin where air pressure is about half what it is at sea level. Pressure altimeters are also less accurate at flight levels, which is why pilots fly at flight levels, and not altitudes MSL (above mean sea level). Flight Level 180 is a pressure altitude, where pressure is what it would be, in a standard atmosphere, at 18,000' MSL, but FL180 doesn't mean that you're actually at 18,000'.

Aviation doesn't care about how you fixed the heater.

But you still have to round up enough of yours to match it.
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Budd:

You're so dimwitted.
The heater trouble was probably a "vacuum-powered" blend door that wasn't moving, right? Was it due to a vacuum leak? Do you really think that vacuum can leak?
When a piston engine runs, does low crankcase pressure suck the piston down in the cylinder? Not quite.
When you shoot a gun, does low atmospheric pressure suck the bullet out of the barrel? Not.
Does your vacuum cleaner really suck in dirt? Nope, the atmosphere pushes dirt into a low pressure area.
In all cases, the force comes from the high-pressure side. Your heater failure undoubtedly would have been apparent earlier at 15000 feet, then 10,000 feet, 5000 feet, until it wouldn't have worked any more even at sea level.
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