Strange search-engine queries (442)

The 4-4-2 combination looms large in Oldsmobile history. Originally it meant a four-barrel carb, a four-speed stick, and dual exhaust, though time and “improvements” gradually eroded away its significance. Not unlike this weekly feature, in fact.

gao yuanyuan diet:  Just gao ahead and eat whatever yuan damn please.

local girl sex vedio with her name in 1mb or 600kb:  That’s either a very short “vedio” or a very long name.

compilation album Neil young big yellow taxi Joni Mitchell groundhog:  Keep me waiting for this heart of rodent, leave me the birds and the bees.

how do transmission coolers work:  Asks the guy who doesn’t know yet that he needs one.

slightly skewed skateboards of oklahoma:  I blame the sidewalks, or the lack thereof.

Borat and gary jones:  One of the great bromances in the history of the U. S. and A.

aggravated mopery:  See also Robbie Robertson’s plaint: “I’ve just spent sixty days in the jailhouse for the crime of having no dough.”

1996 MAZDA 626 SHIFTING ROUGH:  It’s almost 19 years old. You should be surprised it shifts at all.

what does the automatic transmission linkage clip look like for a 1996 mazda 626:  Why, is it shifting rough or something?

cash for gold 39th may okc:  You can’t miss it, even if you want to.

I have a drainage ditch in my yard whixh is strictly for neighbors water to drain, shouldn’t he be responsible for upkeep?  It’s your yard, Bunkie. Either grant an easement or STFU.

femmes are invisible:  You’re not looking hard enough.







4 comments »

  1. McGehee »

    21 July 2014 · 8:17 am

    If the ditch is in his yard, it’s collecting his water too.

  2. backwoods conservative »

    21 July 2014 · 9:30 am

    Maybe he could use some of that water to cool the transmission.

  3. backwoods conservative »

    21 July 2014 · 10:42 am

    I’ve noticed that transmissions are mentioned a lot in these things. Is that something that’s automatic or do they manually do that?

  4. CGHill »

    21 July 2014 · 11:13 am

    About ten years ago, in an effort to collect some of the stories that had been floating around, I put up a Transmission FAQ for the much-maligned Mazda 626. It is now considered a standard reference on the topic. (Which is why so often it’s a Mazda or a Ford in the query.)

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