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Old 06-01-2012, 01:01 AM   #261481
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Old 06-01-2012, 01:07 AM   #261484
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Old 06-01-2012, 01:08 AM   #261485
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Ugh, frustrating.

1. I'd really love to just be able to take off the power steering pump of the van, figure out whether I could get away with just the minor $30 part or the bigger $130 part, and then then order whatever I need.
2. Sadly, I decided to be nice to my friend's mom who is buying a gas grill as a surprise to his dad for his birthday.
3. That means I have an assembled grill in the back of my van, that needs to be delivered on sunday.
4. Since the van needs to deliver on sunday, that means it's really not worth the risk or annoyance of taking the van apart again until after the grill is delivered.
5. That means I would have to wait until monday to take apart the van again, and either order the pump online and get it two days later, or buy it in store and pay tax to get it the next day.

What this means to Miles: For being nice to people, my daily driver is out of service until tuesday or wednesday evening, compared to what could be tomorrow or monday. Meh, I guess it's not the end of the world, and the favor has been for somebody who has been nice enough to give me gas money and food.
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Old 06-01-2012, 01:11 AM   #261486
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Meh, I'll order the more expensive part nao.
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Old 06-01-2012, 01:12 AM   #261487
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Or I really wish I knew if I could just buy the $10 seal kit and redo all the seals.
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Old 06-01-2012, 01:14 AM   #261488
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Ugh, frustrating.

1. I'd really love to just be able to take off the power steering pump of the van, figure out whether I could get away with just the minor $30 part or the bigger $130 part, and then then order whatever I need.
2. Sadly, I decided to be nice to my friend's mom who is buying a gas grill as a surprise to his dad for his birthday.
3. That means I have an assembled grill in the back of my van, that needs to be delivered on sunday.
4. Since the van needs to deliver on sunday, that means it's really not worth the risk or annoyance of taking the van apart again until after the grill is delivered.
5. That means I would have to wait until monday to take apart the van again, and either order the pump online and get it two days later, or buy it in store and pay tax to get it the next day.

What this means to Miles: For being nice to people, my daily driver is out of service until tuesday or wednesday evening, compared to what could be tomorrow or monday. Meh, I guess it's not the end of the world, and the favor has been for somebody who has been nice enough to give me gas money and food.
tl;dr

something about you're going to deliver some barbecued ribs to us on Monday??
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I caught a bit of it. Skimmed over the rest. Too busy doing actual work. Not my fault most of the class is reading the Enquirer and I can't be bothered.
pssshhhh....your galavanting from coast to coast and shenanigans up and down the coast of California =/= "real work".
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something about you're going to deliver some barbecued ribs to us on Monday??
Hey, if you provided me with the entertainment, the food, and maybe a little something to drink, I'd be happy to do some rubbing (of the ribs of course) and grilling.
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I think in honor of dave's ancient sig, we should all get gyros sometimes.
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Hey, if you provided me with the entertainment, the food, and maybe a little something to drink, I'd be happy to do some rubbing (of the ribs of course) and grilling.
my bhangra dancing, sushi on Kalim, and Toby's Jack Daniels.

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my bhangra dancing, sushi on Kalim, and Toby's Jack Daniels.

DONE.
Eewwww do not want hair on my sushi.
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Oh, or did you mean on Kalim as in him paying for it?
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I think in honor of dave's ancient sig, we should all get gyros sometimes.
Sounds tasty.
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Kalim, text me if you have those parking brake shoes ready. I probably wont be on here much maņana. If not, don't sweat it, I'll probably head towards home around 2:00 unless you've got them ready.
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