Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Steve Call, Jun 18, 2012.
You have to be damn old to think that way. And I believe that Alex is damn old
Alex is damn old..... not as old as you, but old.
Now that is some funny stuff there!
You guys have me so scared I'm gonna start packing a spare car!
Fix a flat is nasty shit. Here's the deal it'll pretty much ruin any tire that you use it on. Most of the time a flat can be repaired, but once you "fix a flat" you've "f#*Ked a tire".
It's better to just swap it out with the spare. I carry a portable army shovel that has saved the day. I think I'll start carrying a section of wood as well to create a solid base. Good idea.
Thanks for sharing your misery Steve. I have to admit I would've paid $5 to see that go down.
excellent dvd on saving your self when you break down or get stuck well worth the price.
how to repair a tire, reseat the bead,alot of info
For $5 I'd have let you dig the hole in the road so I could get the spare on.
Fix-a-flat is an excellent way to silently kill an intruder.
The same as CPR - except use the FAF. Be sure to pinch the nose good n hard.
Who says fix a flat doesn't work?
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (KTLA) -- A transgender woman accused of giving a patient buttocks injections with "Fix a Flat" has pleaded not guilty.
Oneal Ron Morris, 30, entered her plea to a judge on Thursday, the Sun Sentinel reports.
Morris was arrested last November after a patient went to police.
Police say Morris, who does not carry a medical license, injected clients backsides with a "toxic" mix of cement, mineral oil, Fix-a-Flat tire sealant and Super Glue in a motel in Florida in 2009.
The clients were under the impression they were receiving buttocks implants.
Morris' assistant, Corey Alexander Eubank, 40, of Hollywood, Florida was also arrested.
According to the woman, Morris injected her with a mixture of cement, "Fix a Flat," and mineral oil.
She then sealed the incision with super glue, police said.
The victim was later hospitalized as a result of the illegal procedure, according to Miami Herald.
Police believe there have been multiple victims.