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I have a 22 year old in the Army and his unit is all "clichish" with no comeradety.

Has anyone experienced this in their unit? On top of that, can you switch units and if so how? He hates it. It's like a jr. high locker room where you get daily wedgies.


Posted by EdwardSmith74 | Mon Jul 8, 2013, 10:46 AM (10 replies)

Today's Google Doodle is a really wierd one. It's very interactive - gather stuff and use it.

I got the top and bottom of the space ship but couldn't find the saucer part. I think it's in the shed with the doorbell (that works) but I just couldn't find a way to open the door. Give it a try, if you've got a lot of spare time - it's sort of addictive in a "Freddie Fish" sort of way.

Posted by EdwardSmith74 | Mon Jul 8, 2013, 09:11 AM (28 replies)

Check out today's Google Doodle.

Posted by EdwardSmith74 | Wed Jul 3, 2013, 09:32 AM (5 replies)

Does anyone have a source for brake proportioning valves for a 91-95 Sable/Taurus wagon?

It has ABS and I already know that the sedan parts aren't compatible (wheel base). Ford no longer makes the parts. I'm willing to go with used. It's a part that rarely fails, but one of mine did. I figure if I'm going to pull one I'll pull both. It's been too rainy to work on her much and the cluster is smack in the middle of "where you can't get to". God save the queen.

I've got her up on ramps, jack stands, and wheel chocks in the side yard. I'm thinking of putting her up on blocks and slapping a Chevy logo on the front. If I can't find replacements, I'm damn close to pulling them, soaking them in Simple Green, and then plastering epoxy all over the leaking areas. It should work, but I'd rather go with functioning parts.

Posted by EdwardSmith74 | Mon Jul 1, 2013, 01:14 PM (0 replies)
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