No, I'm for real. BTW, you started this, so how can I be the troll? You
just wanted somewhere to whine, "Ain't it awful ....?" Well, yes and no, so
cope or shut the fuck up.
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Yep.. when I lived in the States, I had Wal-mart change the oil..
I'd bring in the oil and filter and they'd charge $9 or $10 to do the grunt work
and dispose of the old oil & filter..
Hard for them to screw it up if you watch them do it..
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I wish I could buy my Royal Purple for that amount and do the work myself.
Three gallons is expensive. I changed the engine oil, front and rear end,
tranny and transaxle (?), ran me over 3 bills. All this before our trip to
Inuvit, Northwest Territories. I'm a day South of that now in Eagle
somthing or other.
Maybe they don't use used oil like your old shop! I'd use the old shop, they
add noises for free.
You get what you pay for. I paid $145 for one queen bee this month and think
the price was quite reasonable.
On the bright side, look at the weather we are getting this week for free!
Suddenly, without warning, beekeep exclaimed (7/1/2010 7:45 AM):
So over $80 for synthetic isn't out of line? Truly? Maybe I will have
to find a way to go back to changing my oil myself...
Anyway, yes, the weather is awesome, and I hope your new queen bee
creates large and glorious hives for you, and repopulates the honeybee
population single-handedly (so to speak)!
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