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Jul 21
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Our 42 inch lg was bought in 2006. Its on an average of 5 hours a day. Still works great. Been thinking of updating for years now but..... Hard to trust anything made now days

Jul 20
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Buy rusted out low mile 2000 to whenever they switched to drive by wire(?) for motor and trans and wheels and junk?

Jul 20
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These are the days you learn what you’re capable of. It sucks. Im sorry you’re going through it. But it will make you stronger when you need to be.

Jul 7
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The only bank she’s authorized to use hasn’t had the inventory she needed. And in this neighborhood people like to stop to break their big bills on $7 candy drinks so they go through their change quick. It was never a problem before this year.

Jul 7
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I own one. 2010 saturn outlook. Fully loaded front wheel drive. 160k and if I didnt work in a shop there is no way I’d still own it. The last 2 months were AC repair, vent actuators and tailgate opener repair. 17.5mpg. Really messed up? It’s valued at like $7,500. I could dump it for like 6k within a couple hours but Read more

Jul 7
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Wife’s coffee shop is so tightly controlled they won’t let employees exchange coins for dollars as there has to be a bank receipt. It has caused alot of headaches. $1 bills too. I’ve had to go buy drinks (with employee discount of course) with nickels and pennies to get them change. But yeah at my job we just have a Read more

Jul 3
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We were extremely close to getting a v6 add unit a year back. 3 reasons : already have a van, we live and work in the country with a commute 20 miles each way anf because “lifetime” warrenty with a dealer less than a mile away. Read more

Jul 2
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That movie was a fun time kill. Not his greatest work but totally stupid fun.

Jul 2
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The last couple few new cadillacs I sat in we’re AMAZEBALLS. Next to an Audi itd be a real tough choice but id probably pick the Caddy. But the wheels are too large and the tires too small and the sight lines are kinda sucky. Also door closure noise, dash material and such is not as great as the other top brands. Read more

Jun 28
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Had 3 taureses and liked them all. Considered an 8 seater when #4 came along but it wouldn’t have room for groceries or backpacks when loaded with people. They are good ergonomical cars. Read more

Jun 25
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Last year in MN a large boat emptied it’s used water at one of those parties. Lots and lots of sick people. Could have been investigated but wasn’t. That’s the best part. Cops have been telling them not to party there (and like that) for years and when they got their come uppens the community at large pointed laughed Read more

Jun 25
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I am human. A human with 4 human children. Found this place after a post on the fp a long time ago. Forgot about it then rediscovered a few months back. My friends, coworkers and family think I’m a car “nerd”. I love the unloved the most. Not that I have bad taste but 2 door evoques (sp?) and woodgrain is cool. Also Read more

Jun 25
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Watching from the upper midwest it’s like California is an experiment to see what laws and costs and ridiculous-ness is required to get everyone to leave.

Jun 22
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Hope it keeps running! (she is a saint for tolerating being stranded and sent back out with a tank full of optimism)

Jun 22
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Work from home can be great for simple jobs and experienced employees. I’m concerned about new employees learning the ins and outs and developing a comfort with their autonomy to “get the work done”. Read more

Jun 20
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During the parts cannon process or the intermittent no start issues prior did you ever give the steering wheel or dashboard a “love tap” or two?

Jun 20
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Sounds like factory security system issues. You’d need a fancy scanner to watch the separate parts of the system. I realize that might be cost prohibitive. Maybe try having the keys checked at the dealer parts counter, that'd would be a good start. Then move on to the ring around the ignition.

Jun 17
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Mom’s tab3 had a “feature” where it bricked itself after a while. Google revealed it was a timed event. Instructions were to take apart and unplug a connector on the motherboard, plug it back in and reassemble. Worked awesome and didn’t delete anything. “Feature”. Read more