good for you. keep working on it, and keep learning. i'm a 24-year-old professional mathematician and math instructor, just to respond to your curiosity.u make a good point morelos, I'm pretty much the same way, except from the point u make of owning all those nice cars and the work u've done, it tells me ur just older than I(I'm just guessing ur not 19 or something cause u've owned lots of cars, not to be rude) and I've got more work to do, I'm just less experienced as u but I have the same ideals stuck in my head
you're lucky you didn't crack anything. cold water on hot engine parts is a recipe for disaster, especially with air-cooled engines!we have dirtbikes now and he's already shown me an overhaul on it(I decided to ride through water too deep and swamped it
enjoying learning things from your father is perhaps one of the best ways to show appreciation. good ass deal.now he wants to show me those things
it's funny. it sounds like you're heading down a path similar to mine. i studied electrical engineering as a top scholar at UC berkeley before i realized i didn't want anything to do with that ( regardless of being so good at it; i keep in practice by doing really pointless things like repairing a $20 network card instead of just replacing it ) and studying math. too bad you're asthmatic, though. does it affect your functionality or just your capacity to get cardio-vascular exercise?so two things run with him and I, being able to handle and repair cars and electronics very well but my dad and my brother have this athletic part, my asthma stops me there and I suck at sports
been down that road.the cable snapped... oh shit what the hell now
i live in a deteriorating neighborhood. that's really the best explanation i can give you. that and the fact that mustangs are easy to break into and easy to steal. here are some pictures:how come ppl keep stealing ur cars??
btw, I've got this usb2.0 card for my laptop and it setup fine and installed right but the dam thing just absolutly won't work properly, actually it doesn't respond at allmorelos said:repairing a $20 network card instead of just replacing it