psssssst neil its called heat and moisture
where is the fluid the hottest??
resivior or caliper
i thought I taught my apprentice better
ya just lost your red seal
have to take year 1 all over again neil
you are once again
Whats (sic) called heat and moisture.
(other than "heat and moisture?")
Would that indicate where the moisture has been boiled away?
Does moisture condense on a warm surface or a cold one?
Sorry, I only recognize one of those words.
It's obvious that you've never overhauled a master cylinder.
Your whole (supposed) argument comes from your position as a
Wouldn't know. Most of the farms have been sold to developers.
Hey shit fer brains, for the umpteenth time, I'm not Canadian, I
have no intention of working in Canada, I have no -reason- to
work in Canada, and I'd have to be ten times stupider than you to
take the cut in pay.
Feel free to kiss my ass however.
Why, so I can learn it wrong like you did?
That's not what my paycheck says.
Oh, wait... ...that's not correct.
I don't get a paycheck.
Keeping the profits (like your boss does) is a whole lot
different than a paycheck.
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