askthetwoa-holes

iris-croatica asked:

(rocket) "Hey i heard you got kiddies thats cool can i see them i bet they are adorable."

askthetwoa-holes answered:

"You got Kenny, Stan, the big on is Eric, and the one up front is Kyle. They live on Terran now…"

-Rocket

askthetwoa-holes:

iris-croatica:

image"Oh they look so precious,awww you made such cute babies aww you make cute lil racoons so who is moma?"

image

"I don’t know. Some Terran raccoon. The kids got a lot of my smarts and they talk, but they ‘walk normal’"

-Rocket

Looove the names.

popgoesthebandit
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alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

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alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

This book is gonna be sooooooo useful when I’m able to rebuild my camaro’s engine

Given the look of your shop, Im gonna say yer spoiled in how yer building that engine.

That “shop” is my school, and the engine we’re currently building is not mine. 
My engine is still in my camaro, built the way the previous owner put her together.
In short, you’re wrong.

LOL! Building an engine in a decent school is the MOST spoiled way you can possibly build one! Minimal time pressure; plenty of expertise to help, access to Damn near every tool you could possibly need, and if you screw up, no major harm done.  (I got to rebuild the transmission in my Newport in school.) Sooo yea I stand by what I said. Not sure why you are tossing attitude about it though.

Yeah, it’s great and all, but I kinda don’t see how it’s being spoiled when I’m dishing out 31,000$ to go to said school.
The equipment and engines really could be in better condition. (We got lucky with ours and got new pistons, rings, main bearings and rod bearings) but the blocks and other parts are old and have been taken apart and put back together so many times it’s not even funny. 
So, we’re getting measurements on old, worn out parts….

31 G for working on old equipment? Wow. Harsh. My tuition for the four years came up to around 5g total.More to the point - 31G? What the hell?

Yeah, so who’s the spoiled one now? 
And my school started in May 2014, and will end in 7 weeks.

Oh yea yer American arent you. Which style are they using, ACE?

Yes, yes I am. You must be Canadian. 
ASE and NATEF.

Yea sorry realized it was ASE soon as i hit enter.  NATEF I will have to look up.
-looks it up-
Hmm. So do you need to log X amount of hours before they certify you or is that covered with that outlandish tuition?

School counts as one year of the two year requirement to be ASE certified after taking the 50$+ test for a certain area. And to be a Master Tech, you have to hold 8 ASEs.

With the 8 MasterTechs, I am assuming, being specific fields within automotive.  Quite different up here, two ways to do it - 4 year apprenticeship program with 2 months of school each year; with working the other 10 months to acquire the hours needed. The other way is to go to school for two years, but you still have to work 2 more years before getting the Red Seal certification.  Either way licenses you to be a Journeyman Automotive Service Tech; but specializing is up to the tech if they decide to go for whatever specialty.  Of course that does not count any training one has to take for working in a dealership. Im actually getting back into the field next week; back into a Chrysler dealership.

popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

This book is gonna be sooooooo useful when I’m able to rebuild my camaro’s engine

Given the look of your shop, Im gonna say yer spoiled in how yer building that engine.

That “shop” is my school, and the engine we’re currently building is not mine. 

My engine is still in my camaro, built the way the previous owner put her together.

In short, you’re wrong.

LOL! Building an engine in a decent school is the MOST spoiled way you can possibly build one! Minimal time pressure; plenty of expertise to help, access to Damn near every tool you could possibly need, and if you screw up, no major harm done.  (I got to rebuild the transmission in my Newport in school.)

Sooo yea I stand by what I said. Not sure why you are tossing attitude about it though.

Yeah, it’s great and all, but I kinda don’t see how it’s being spoiled when I’m dishing out 31,000$ to go to said school.

The equipment and engines really could be in better condition. (We got lucky with ours and got new pistons, rings, main bearings and rod bearings) but the blocks and other parts are old and have been taken apart and put back together so many times it’s not even funny. 

So, we’re getting measurements on old, worn out parts….

31 G for working on old equipment? Wow. Harsh. My tuition for the four years came up to around 5g total.

More to the point - 31G? What the hell?

Yeah, so who’s the spoiled one now? 

And my school started in May 2014, and will end in 7 weeks.

Oh yea yer American arent you. Which style are they using, ACE?

Yes, yes I am. You must be Canadian. 

ASE and NATEF.

Yea sorry realized it was ASE soon as i hit enter.  NATEF I will have to look up.

-looks it up-

Hmm. So do you need to log X amount of hours before they certify you or is that covered with that outlandish tuition?

School counts as one year of the two year requirement to be ASE certified after taking the 50$+ test for a certain area. And to be a Master Tech, you have to hold 8 ASEs.

With the 8 MasterTechs, I am assuming, being specific fields within automotive.  Quite different up here, two ways to do it - 4 year apprenticeship program with 2 months of school each year; with working the other 10 months to acquire the hours needed. The other way is to go to school for two years, but you still have to work 2 more years before getting the Red Seal certification.  Either way licenses you to be a Journeyman Automotive Service Tech; but specializing is up to the tech if they decide to go for whatever specialty.  Of course that does not count any training one has to take for working in a dealership.

Im actually getting back into the field next week; back into a Chrysler dealership.

popgoesthebandit
popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

This book is gonna be sooooooo useful when I’m able to rebuild my camaro’s engine

Given the look of your shop, Im gonna say yer spoiled in how yer building that engine.

That “shop” is my school, and the engine we’re currently building is not mine. 
My engine is still in my camaro, built the way the previous owner put her together.
In short, you’re wrong.

LOL! Building an engine in a decent school is the MOST spoiled way you can possibly build one! Minimal time pressure; plenty of expertise to help, access to Damn near every tool you could possibly need, and if you screw up, no major harm done.  (I got to rebuild the transmission in my Newport in school.) Sooo yea I stand by what I said. Not sure why you are tossing attitude about it though.

Yeah, it’s great and all, but I kinda don’t see how it’s being spoiled when I’m dishing out 31,000$ to go to said school.
The equipment and engines really could be in better condition. (We got lucky with ours and got new pistons, rings, main bearings and rod bearings) but the blocks and other parts are old and have been taken apart and put back together so many times it’s not even funny. 
So, we’re getting measurements on old, worn out parts….

31 G for working on old equipment? Wow. Harsh. My tuition for the four years came up to around 5g total.More to the point - 31G? What the hell?

Yeah, so who’s the spoiled one now? 
And my school started in May 2014, and will end in 7 weeks.

Oh yea yer American arent you. Which style are they using, ACE?

Yes, yes I am. You must be Canadian. 
ASE and NATEF.

Yea sorry realized it was ASE soon as i hit enter.  NATEF I will have to look up. 
-looks it up-

Hmm. So do you need to log X amount of hours before they certify you or is that covered with that outlandish tuition?

popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

This book is gonna be sooooooo useful when I’m able to rebuild my camaro’s engine

Given the look of your shop, Im gonna say yer spoiled in how yer building that engine.

That “shop” is my school, and the engine we’re currently building is not mine. 

My engine is still in my camaro, built the way the previous owner put her together.

In short, you’re wrong.

LOL! Building an engine in a decent school is the MOST spoiled way you can possibly build one! Minimal time pressure; plenty of expertise to help, access to Damn near every tool you could possibly need, and if you screw up, no major harm done.  (I got to rebuild the transmission in my Newport in school.)

Sooo yea I stand by what I said. Not sure why you are tossing attitude about it though.

Yeah, it’s great and all, but I kinda don’t see how it’s being spoiled when I’m dishing out 31,000$ to go to said school.

The equipment and engines really could be in better condition. (We got lucky with ours and got new pistons, rings, main bearings and rod bearings) but the blocks and other parts are old and have been taken apart and put back together so many times it’s not even funny. 

So, we’re getting measurements on old, worn out parts….

31 G for working on old equipment? Wow. Harsh. My tuition for the four years came up to around 5g total.

More to the point - 31G? What the hell?

Yeah, so who’s the spoiled one now? 

And my school started in May 2014, and will end in 7 weeks.

Oh yea yer American arent you. Which style are they using, ACE?

Yes, yes I am. You must be Canadian. 

ASE and NATEF.

Yea sorry realized it was ASE soon as i hit enter.  NATEF I will have to look up.

-looks it up-

Hmm. So do you need to log X amount of hours before they certify you or is that covered with that outlandish tuition?

popgoesthebandit
popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

This book is gonna be sooooooo useful when I’m able to rebuild my camaro’s engine

Given the look of your shop, Im gonna say yer spoiled in how yer building that engine.

That “shop” is my school, and the engine we’re currently building is not mine. 
My engine is still in my camaro, built the way the previous owner put her together.
In short, you’re wrong.

LOL! Building an engine in a decent school is the MOST spoiled way you can possibly build one! Minimal time pressure; plenty of expertise to help, access to Damn near every tool you could possibly need, and if you screw up, no major harm done.  (I got to rebuild the transmission in my Newport in school.) Sooo yea I stand by what I said. Not sure why you are tossing attitude about it though.

Yeah, it’s great and all, but I kinda don’t see how it’s being spoiled when I’m dishing out 31,000$ to go to said school.
The equipment and engines really could be in better condition. (We got lucky with ours and got new pistons, rings, main bearings and rod bearings) but the blocks and other parts are old and have been taken apart and put back together so many times it’s not even funny. 
So, we’re getting measurements on old, worn out parts….

31 G for working on old equipment? Wow. Harsh. My tuition for the four years came up to around 5g total.More to the point - 31G? What the hell?

Yeah, so who’s the spoiled one now? 
And my school started in May 2014, and will end in 7 weeks.

Oh yea yer American arent you. Which style are they using, ACE?

popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

This book is gonna be sooooooo useful when I’m able to rebuild my camaro’s engine

Given the look of your shop, Im gonna say yer spoiled in how yer building that engine.

That “shop” is my school, and the engine we’re currently building is not mine. 

My engine is still in my camaro, built the way the previous owner put her together.

In short, you’re wrong.

LOL! Building an engine in a decent school is the MOST spoiled way you can possibly build one! Minimal time pressure; plenty of expertise to help, access to Damn near every tool you could possibly need, and if you screw up, no major harm done.  (I got to rebuild the transmission in my Newport in school.)

Sooo yea I stand by what I said. Not sure why you are tossing attitude about it though.

Yeah, it’s great and all, but I kinda don’t see how it’s being spoiled when I’m dishing out 31,000$ to go to said school.

The equipment and engines really could be in better condition. (We got lucky with ours and got new pistons, rings, main bearings and rod bearings) but the blocks and other parts are old and have been taken apart and put back together so many times it’s not even funny. 

So, we’re getting measurements on old, worn out parts….

31 G for working on old equipment? Wow. Harsh. My tuition for the four years came up to around 5g total.

More to the point - 31G? What the hell?

Yeah, so who’s the spoiled one now? 

And my school started in May 2014, and will end in 7 weeks.

Oh yea yer American arent you. Which style are they using, ACE?

popgoesthebandit
popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

This book is gonna be sooooooo useful when I’m able to rebuild my camaro’s engine

Given the look of your shop, Im gonna say yer spoiled in how yer building that engine.

That “shop” is my school, and the engine we’re currently building is not mine. 
My engine is still in my camaro, built the way the previous owner put her together.
In short, you’re wrong.

LOL! Building an engine in a decent school is the MOST spoiled way you can possibly build one! Minimal time pressure; plenty of expertise to help, access to Damn near every tool you could possibly need, and if you screw up, no major harm done.  (I got to rebuild the transmission in my Newport in school.) Sooo yea I stand by what I said. Not sure why you are tossing attitude about it though.

Yeah, it’s great and all, but I kinda don’t see how it’s being spoiled when I’m dishing out 31,000$ to go to said school.
The equipment and engines really could be in better condition. (We got lucky with ours and got new pistons, rings, main bearings and rod bearings) but the blocks and other parts are old and have been taken apart and put back together so many times it’s not even funny. 
So, we’re getting measurements on old, worn out parts….

31 G for working on old equipment? Wow. Harsh. My tuition for the four years came up to around 5g total.More to the point - 31G? What the hell?

popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

This book is gonna be sooooooo useful when I’m able to rebuild my camaro’s engine

Given the look of your shop, Im gonna say yer spoiled in how yer building that engine.

That “shop” is my school, and the engine we’re currently building is not mine. 

My engine is still in my camaro, built the way the previous owner put her together.

In short, you’re wrong.

LOL! Building an engine in a decent school is the MOST spoiled way you can possibly build one! Minimal time pressure; plenty of expertise to help, access to Damn near every tool you could possibly need, and if you screw up, no major harm done.  (I got to rebuild the transmission in my Newport in school.)

Sooo yea I stand by what I said. Not sure why you are tossing attitude about it though.

Yeah, it’s great and all, but I kinda don’t see how it’s being spoiled when I’m dishing out 31,000$ to go to said school.

The equipment and engines really could be in better condition. (We got lucky with ours and got new pistons, rings, main bearings and rod bearings) but the blocks and other parts are old and have been taken apart and put back together so many times it’s not even funny. 

So, we’re getting measurements on old, worn out parts….

31 G for working on old equipment? Wow. Harsh. My tuition for the four years came up to around 5g total.

More to the point - 31G? What the hell?

popgoesthebandit
popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

This book is gonna be sooooooo useful when I’m able to rebuild my camaro’s engine

Given the look of your shop, Im gonna say yer spoiled in how yer building that engine.

That “shop” is my school, and the engine we’re currently building is not mine. 
My engine is still in my camaro, built the way the previous owner put her together.
In short, you’re wrong.

LOL! Building an engine in a decent school is the MOST spoiled way you can possibly build one! Minimal time pressure; plenty of expertise to help, access to Damn near every tool you could possibly need, and if you screw up, no major harm done.  (I got to rebuild the transmission in my Newport in school.) Sooo yea I stand by what I said. Not sure why you are tossing attitude about it though.

popgoesthebandit:

alexinyt:

popgoesthebandit:

This book is gonna be sooooooo useful when I’m able to rebuild my camaro’s engine

Given the look of your shop, Im gonna say yer spoiled in how yer building that engine.

That “shop” is my school, and the engine we’re currently building is not mine. 

My engine is still in my camaro, built the way the previous owner put her together.

In short, you’re wrong.

LOL! Building an engine in a decent school is the MOST spoiled way you can possibly build one! Minimal time pressure; plenty of expertise to help, access to Damn near every tool you could possibly need, and if you screw up, no major harm done.  (I got to rebuild the transmission in my Newport in school.)

Sooo yea I stand by what I said. Not sure why you are tossing attitude about it though.