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Re: Monkey Lads Score Again

> Moral:  don't ASSume anybody knows what he's doing. If you can't do it
> yourself, find a competent guy (they do exist, although they ain't
> necessarily where you'd expect to find them) stay with him, and
> _pay_what_he's_worth_.

I always tell people DO NOT TAKE your car to place other than the 
dealership for repairs (if you can't do it yourself).
I witnesed a lot of butchering of fine automobiles when working part 
time at such place.  Owners of cars would drive away without a lug 
nut 'couse one was stripped and never replaced.  Small dings or 
scratches from tools left on fenders, etc.
One time this guy did an oil change and becouse he was so busy 
talking to a friend, forgot to fill it with oil.  Drove it into the 
parking lot and only then remembered he's forgotten something (the loud 
bearing banging told him).  He simply filled it in the parking lot 
and never told the owner.  "Well sir I just took 50,000mi of your cars 
life" was not in his mind.
After what I saw I always tell people do not take your cars to 
places employing high school auto shop rejects.
At least check your car over before driving off.
Martin Pajak

1982 Coupe (440,000 km)
1984 4000s quattro (320,000 km under the wrench)
1970 Porsche 911E Targa (also under the wrench)

Who put my tools in the dishwasher?