"Hey, mom? Exactly what did they fix on the car when you took it in?" #1 Son was breezing through for a banana and glass of milk before heading to class.
Well, i don't remember exactly, but it was 3 things, plus some stuff that had been recalled, and any of those 3 could have been making it run roughly, why?
"It's doing the same thing again, and the check engine light is back on, and it's really annoying."
You're telling me?
So, it's back in the shop, another two or three days waiting to find out what's wrong.
This time, it better be covered by that nice warranty we bought.
Flag Day -- Liberia
Gangara Fire Festival -- Atago Shrine, Ikeda City, Japan
Independence Day -- Ukraine
International Day Against Intolerance, Discrimination and Violence Based on Musical Preference, Lifestyle, and Dress Code
Knife Day -- internet generated, but how would we cook without them? today remember how much you do each day with a good kitchen knife.
Mundus Patet -- Ancient Roman Calendar (harvest festival that includes ancestors spirits or "Manes", giving rise to the term Mania Festival)
National Peach Pie Day
National Waffle Day
Schaferlauf -- Markgroeningen, Germany (Festival to honor St. Bartholomew, Patron of Herdsmen, on this day or the weekend after; includes traditional barefoot race by children of active shepherds and water carrying contests; also now has a music festival as well)
St. Bartholomew's Day
St. Owen of Rouen's Day (Patron Saint of Innkeepers, and against Deafness; sometimes spelled Ouen or Audenus)
Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration -- Shelbyville, TN, US (through Sept. 3, with World Grand Championship titles to be awarded)
Waratambar -- New Ireland Province, Papua New Guinea (a native thanksgiving)
William Wilberforce Day -- Wilberforce University, Wilberforce, OH, US
Rupert Grint, 1988
Marlee Matlin, 1965
Cal Ripken, Jr., 1962
Steve Guttenberg, 1958
Yasser Arafat, 1929
Hal Smith, 1916
Duke Paoa Kahanamoku, 1890
Daniel Gooch, 1816
William Wilberforce, 1759
Today in History:
The eruption of Mt. Vesuvius buries Pompeii and Herculaneum, 15,000 die, 79
The Visigoths under Aleric begin to pillage Rome, 410
King John of England, a/k/a Humpty Dumpty for having to issue the first Magna Carta, marries Isabella of Angoileme, 1200
Six thousand Jews are killed in Mainz after being blamed for the bubonic plague, 1349
The printing of the Gutenberg Bible is completed, 1456
The first English convoy lands at Surat, India, 1608
Calcutta, India is founded, 1690
British troops invade Washington, D.C. and burn down the White House and several other buildings, 1814
Charles Darwin is asked to travel on HMS Beagle, 1831
The Panic of 1857 begins, touching off one of the most severe economic crises in US history (Which just goes to show you, the more things change, the more they stay the same), 1857
Cornelius Swarthout patents the waffle iron, 1869
The Wolseley Expedition reaches Manitoba to end the Red River
Captain Matthew Webb became first person to swim English Channel, 1875
Thomas Edison patents the motion picture camera, 1891
Workers start pouring concrete for the Panama Canal, 1909
Amelia Earhart becomes the first woman to fly non-stop across the North American continent, 1932
The treaty creating NATO goes into effect, 1949
France explodes its first hydrogen bomb, thus becoming the world's fifth nuclear power, 1968
Voyager 2 (launched 1977) reaches Neptune, 1989
Mikhail Gorbachev resigns as head of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, 1991
The first RFID human implantation is tested in the UK, 1998
Argon fluorohydride, the first Argon compound ever known, is discovered at the University of Helsinki, 2000
The International Astronomical Union (IAU) redefines the term "planet" such that Pluto is considered a Dwarf Planet, 2006
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