Automotive complexity

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bigjim
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Re: Automotive complexity

Postby bigjim » 2 Feb 2011, 11:27am

Looks like a good read. I think much of todays males miss out on the feel good factor of working with your hands. When you see/hear somebody whistling while they work it is usually a manual worker.
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maxwellhadley
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Re: Automotive complexity

Postby maxwellhadley » 3 Feb 2011, 4:29pm

It's a bit rich, a bunch of cyclists complaining how modern car engines are complex, impossible to repair yourself, and painful to get fixed by someone else: just compare the 'engine' on a typical bicycle! :wink:

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