Re: Location of the charge valve (A'C) on the 2003 Ford Tauras
"Jim Warman" <email@example.com> wrote:
> or we can have someone bereft of both
> talent and integrity. Vandalsm in the name of job creation is
> abhorrant and disgusting.... sadly, after watching the evening news on
> any given day, I don't find it surprising.
> I'm not perfect.... my youth has many incidence that I would rather
> not remember..... But, they serve as a constant companion and reminder
> that today I can I will strive to be above reproach and display my
> integrity proudly. As I tried so hard to instill in my son (and, it
> appears to have worked), we only need to think "why am I about to do
> this?" and follow it up with "would I want this done to me?".
> I'd like to meet you someday..... I'm sure it would be a most
> interesting encounter...
Yeah, me too... but that's called 'learning experience' and is something
that cant be bought or taught in Academe.
I have one son that is making great strides in the LA area real estate
development market... and the reason he gets more and more decisions in
favor of his company, not just from holders but from zoning committees,
is that he has developed a rep of "If he says he'll do it, you can count
on it; no ups, no extra's, no gotcha's"
I made a lot of mistakes with my kids but the ONE thing their mom and I
instilled in all of them was "Put yourself in the others' shoes".
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But what pissed me off about that AC condenser incident was that when I
pointed out that the coil slits were hard to find, knife angled down so
that oil bled out inward and no fins disturbed, the property owner just
shrugged it off and said "Well, now you know what to look for".
I saved him over 700 bucks for two units and that's all I got! Not even
a pat on the back... oh, well.
Yeh, I'm a Krusty old Geezer, putting up with my 'smartass' is the price
you pay..DEAL with it!