my parents are here, grill is heating up and I’m having a beer. Time to relax and complain about work
Walked out to my GTI this morning and saw the passenger front tire completely deflated. Took the tire off and saw this. $188 for a new tire.
I love this resnder
What should have taken 30 minutes took an hour, why?
Would it be carbureted?
Despite its many problems, I love Chicago. Although I wasn’t born in the city proper, growing up in its shadow was great. Most of my friends and immediate family still call it home. To me, it will always be home. From its museums and gardens, to its food and culture, there’s something for everyone in Chi-town.
My grandma is gone.
Back when my Dad graduated from college he was gifted one share of Apple stock from his dad since he was going into the tech industry. My Dad then subsequently lost that certificate in a move or something like that and we assumed it was long gone, but he was convinced that it was somewhere.
You know that feeling, when you work really hard, you feel like you are climbing a long, uphill battle, but you keep going because its all going to be worth it soon?
Don’t mind my Snapchat overlay.
Here’s a cool article from Auto Motor und Sport.
Looks much better without that bug guard. Also replaced a broken blinker lense. I’ve driven it 11 out of the last 14 days with zero idling or fuel issues. Now to finally start fixing all the other stuff.
Lots to be found, because in France
What did Thomas Jefferson say about government and the press? Let’s see. This is an excerpt from a letter Jefferson wrote from Paris to Edward Carrington in 1787.
Another week, another film. I’ve learned from my mistakes last week, so there will be no hints this week other than the car. And what a car it is. In contrast with the modern, working-class everyman Crown Vic that starred in last week’s film, this week the camera is pointed at a gorgeous high-end classic, a 1924…
Cloudy, they said. Rain, it did.