Recently my dad had a flat tire where the sidewall blew out. He's suspicious the guys at the oil change place overinflated the tire. (He did say that the cop, who waited in his car, was nice enough to illuminate the place where he was changing his tire with his headlights.)
My deer skin got back from the butcher shop recently. I am 100% sure it is not the skin from the buck I killed. This skin has a tag with my name on it punched through an ear, even though I kept the whole head when I left the deer at the shop.
It seems to me that I'll need to be doing all my oil changes and deer processing myself. It seems that these are two more cases of things where I am better off doing them myself.
We could add public safety to that list too. What I've learned about police this month is that they won't help changing tires, they are of no use when we are robbed, and they are of no value in finding those responsible for hit and run damage. Not to mention, just for starters that cops are apparently trained how to minimize their chances at being punished for murdering people.
What good are police?
One more thing that I've noticed about quality comes from my part time job at a sporting goods retailer. Shoppers looking at binoculars are often disappointed when they learn that companies like Leupold, Vortex, and Zeiss have their stuff made in China. These shoppers are invariably the ones that want to buy the cheapest stuff.
You can't complain that binoculars aren't made in America anymore, and simultaneously buy the cheapest stuff available.
Either pay more for your stuff, or stop complaining that in order for their to be cheap stuff available it needs to be made overseas. The reason everything is made overseas is because you are all too cheap to pay for stuff that is made here.
All this leaves me with two questions:
- How do I keep from smelling like oil all day after changing mine?
- What do I do with the old oil once its out of the car?