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You've answered it nicely, Stick. I just got back from almost finishing up the second floor; one more room and some caulking and that'll be done.
And yeah, the van was slammed with tools coming home but I'm still sure we can downsize.
Also had the TPMS light come on tonight. I noticed the LF tire looking a bit low yesterday and forgot to check it. I ignored the light and drove the 8 miles home in the dark and made it okay.
Half the time when I call my brother in TN, he's hanging out at some field watching the grandkids play.
"Setting up the “Chattanooga Football Club” in 2008, the team’s founders lured a $500 sponsorship from the local Volkswagen dealer to get the team going and the commitment eventually ballooned to nearly $50,000 when the company itself started funding it." (WSJ)
That's because we have regs and sometimes we even enforce them.
I'm not sure I'd trust the Altima gasser emissions numbers either. Carlos is protesting rather loudly.
VW scandal: Renault-Nissan CEO criticises US crackdown on European diesel cars (ibtimes.co.uk)
I suppose the VW engineers are working on "the fix" almost as hard at the automakers' lobbyists are.
[Some two-bit political agency established by RMN that won't be named ] says recall of VW diesel cars 'likely' (autonews.com)
Amid Scandal, Online Interest in Used Volkswagen Diesels Heats Up (NBC)
VW Workforce Starts to Feel Pinch From Diesel-Emissions Scandal (Bloomberg - just Germany so far)