Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
"What fresh hell is this?"
Tiger in your crankcase? Not the same provenance as "tiger in your tank", but OK!
Buy the kitty can, dispose of its contents, buy some synth and put it in the kitty can, right before you pour it into your engine, if you must. -- Lyle
Perhaps not all chicks. Daughter #1and I used to spend our weekends wandering book stores when she was 9 or 10. She absolutely fell in love with a book called "101 Uses For A Dead Cat", by Simon Bond. I think it's from the same people who published "The Bunny Suicides".I still remember the hoot that came from behind the stacks, followed by uncontrollable chortles. People thought she was choking on cookies or something (Atticus Books in New Haven, book store/bake shop/coffee place).Since she's a really peaceful lady (although a damned good shot), I imagine it was just the dark humor that motivated her, not any real antipathy to cats or bunnies.But, come to think of it, she does live in a farmhouse filled with, other than husband and lovely little punkins, mostly large numbers of yellow Labs. Hmm...Best hide the tabbies.
Agip makes a good synthetic, it's rated API SM/CF, which is satisfactory for the skate. it comes in plastic bottles, in America, though, as far as I know. They make a really nice hydraulic fluid that I use on the german machines.
Best ad for (BMW) ansd any used car I've seen:http://fun.marinov.net/show.php?id=2040&t=BMW+Used+Cars+-+You+Know+You+Are+Not+The+First
Well, you know, with the right kind of clever marketing you could sell a world superpower a bunch of lame leaders... oh, wait... well, you know!
And of course - http://www.kittyhell.com/2010/06/10/hello-kitty-keltec-pistol/
I think I want my Kalashnakitty T-shirt more, but I like this one too!!
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