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Our sole mode of transport is in the shop today for drivetrain surgery. Please join with me in the hope that it will be done quickly, correctly and affordably.

Prof
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Amen!
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Please join with me in the hope that it will be done quickly, correctly and affordably.


Not asking for much are we? Good luck, I'll keep my fingers crossed.

Bob
...Where's Miracle Max when you need him?
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Our sole mode of transport is in the shop today for drivetrain surgery. Please join with me in the hope that it will be done quickly, correctly and affordably.

"To dream, the impossible dream..."


Frank(who with his last payment of $142.94 will own his 1993 GMC Safari probabaly just in time for the transmission to fail:)

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Frank(who with his last payment of $142.94 will own his 1993 GMC Safari probabaly just in time for the transmission to fail:)

I think I'm ahead of you. I still have nearly two years to go, (one of the creative things I had to do prior to finally selling the house was refinancing the car) have logged over 101K miles and am gnawing all my fingernails off.

Prof

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"To dream, the impossible dream..."

From one of my favorites plays. I named a cat I had "Dulcinea".

Hi, Frank. How are ya doing?

Christina
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Not asking for much are we?

Well, I have a ballpark of what the cost will be and it ain't too bad, but I've been "quoted" before.

Prof
*no longer a virgin to the auto mechanic game*
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Prof: Good Luck! Sounds like you will need it!

Jo
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Please join with me in the hope that it will be done quickly, correctly and affordably.

Hmmm, I WAS going to hope someone might give me a ticket so that I could hit the MD lottery.

But, as far as hoping for things go, this seems so much more realist....

er....

So, what would I do with ~$11,000,000 cash, all at once????

Creighton
(Wishing you all the best, Prof.)
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surgery. Please join with me in the hope

There are few things that make my stomach sink faster than a strange noise from the car.

Good luck! -- and positive prayers, too.

~~ Alison
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From one of my favorites plays. I named a cat I had "Dulcinea".

And when she misbehaved did you call her Aldonza?

Bob
...who wishes he sounded like Richard Kiley
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...who wishes he sounded like Richard Kiley

Spanish class field trip into NYC (ANTA Theatre, I think) for a performance of "Man of La Mancha" with Richard Kiley -- FABULOUS!

Then lunch at La Fonda del Sol, paella, I think.

Ah, memories.

~~ Alison
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I think prayer is your only hope there Prof as the rest equal oxymoron.

M
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I think prayer is your only hope there Prof as the rest equal oxymoron.

*sigh* I'm afraid you're right. I called them at 2:00 (since my work day ends at 3:30) to see how they were doing and they "hadn't got to it yet, but call back in a couple of hours and maybe we'll be there, but tomorrow for sure!" Translation: Good luck, buddy. Luckily, the kindly friend who helped me drop it off this morning came to get me (and then wee one at school) at the appointed time and I now have a rental car until these jugheads decide they can take the time to fix the car. So, there goes another $50.00 or so.

Prof
*who really should have expected it*
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