The "Not logical" was in reference to you even comparing 2 completely different scenarios.
For something like the stimulus, there is no reason for complaint because everyone received it, which would hardly be the case regarding tuition.
And again, comparing $1200 to much larger amounts is...
This argument isn't even logical. This stimulus was for everyone not just for a select group. In other words, everyone got a piece of the action (for the most part) In your student debt scenario only students currently with debt would receive money.
Secondly, there's a huge difference between...
Two words: Sports programs
I was told by one of my professors that the entirety of the political science department (around 800 individuals combined) did not get paid what the football coach got paid in a year. That's 800 combined salaries not equaling 1 salary.
Pardon my French, but F*** that.
To me, everyone should pay off their own debts with no help from government.
A.) It teaches an individual responsibility and B.) It forces them to become savvy enough to actual figure out how they will pay off that debt.
I knew that I could NEVER afford to...
Great info; thanks for posting!
Especially the part about the Ceratec sticking. This makes me think that when I perform my pre-winter-storage oil change, I won't be adding any Ceratec to the fresh oil since the car won't be started for months on end. Like you said, don't want the Ceratec...
Well, the Ceratec definitely worked. Poured in an entire bottle of the stuff after draining an equivalent amount of oil out (I know I didn't need to but just wanted to make sure it didn't overfill).
Drove it for about 30 miles and presto; all ticking related sounds are gone.
Idle tick? Gone...
Cool. Then I should be good to go. Thanks
On a side note, these bottles are strange. The directions are in several languages but not a lick of English to be found anywhere.
Oh well; I guess I'll look up the directions online somewhere (I.E. should it be poured into a hot engine or cold, etc.)
@Kong76 and @accel
Thanks for the input.
Though I must say that I'm surprised that both of you, along with many others, are using such tiny amounts of this stuff.
If they say that 300 ml is good for 5 quarts, I was planning on using 480 ml of the CERATEC for my 8 quarts of oil (2016 GT).
Question to anyone who may know:
Before pouring in the Ceratec, should an equivalent amount of oil be drained out of the car? So if you're pouring in a can of Ceratec (300ml) should you be draining out 300ml of oil to avoid overfilling? Thanks.
Shit... Of course this had to happen after my car is no longer under warranty; just my luck.
My car doesn't even have 10,000 miles on it so that makes it even more frustrating.
Though it's true that I did not have an alignment performed after I replaced my tires but that was only less than 300...
My 2016 GT started exhibiting a steering issue recently so decided to ask on here to see if anyone had experience with something similar.
Essentially, when I turn the steering wheel to the left in order to negotiate a corner, the steering wheel will hold whatever position I've put it...
I didn't notice any real increase in volume and I didn't even replace the rear seat with any sort of delete kit since that would have negated some of the weight loss from ditching it.
The seat area is just bare metal and the back rest area is now just a huge gaping hole leading to the trunk...
2015 - 2017 hands down. The design is just so much more cohesive and flowing compared to the 18+ refresh. The entire front end on the 18+ doesn't even match with the muscular contours of the rest of the body. It all looks like some poorly conceived afterthought.
The higher side body line just...