“Learn the language, stick to the code.This will be forever it’s an open road.You’re in control for the very first time.Bit by bit you will totally… Unwind.Are you proud of your new name?Do you love the rules of the game?Do you feel happy or sad inside?Do you miss the things that you did?What about the things that you were?Are you having the time of your life today?”
How I felt about the opening of Shark Week 2019:
Yeah that pretty much sums it up. Anyway, here is my version of Shark Week:
Let’s try this again.
Note: the first compressor I ordered was a Delphi brand. I didn’t take detailed pictures of it (only of the damage) but the pulley was significantly bigger than the OE pulley. Something to pay attention to if you’re ordering aftermarket replacement parts.
Here is a pic of the Delphi from online:
Here is the Denso:
Denso’s slogan is “First Time Fit” and they weren’t kidding!
😎🤙What a nice way to start your Sunday morning 🌄
By the way, this is me waiting for Shark Week to start later tonight.
What will they do this year? 👀👁️👁️🦈
Looked like fun times back then. Nowadays AC comes standard on cars. Back in the 70’s all the way up to the 90’s AC was optional.
Now imagine working in this blazing heat in a shop or something of that nature. I can’t believe I survived doing that years back. It’s been humid this whole week, which made it hard to get anything done on the cars. But today I managed to get some maintenance done on the ol’ Civic.
Good thing that the temperature drops at night; I was able to get more things done and tidy up Ryu so he wouldn’t look like I’m living in it lol
With the maintenance all done and car all cleaned up, it makes me feel like:
In the early 1900’s when Japan still occupied Taiwan, the Japanese would go out fishing using ancient Ryukyu style harpoon techniques, which some call it dart fishing. The Japanese would not pass down this style to anyone else, however the Taiwanese would secretly study their methods and teach themselves this ancient traditional art.
Liuqiu Island has many names in Taiwan, one of them is called Little Ryukyu. This style of fishing is still being used this very day to catch Sailfish and Marlin. Those types of fish will mostly appear in bad weather. Because of the wind and waves, the fast water sweep bait fish up towards the surface. Sailfish would chase the food near the surface making it easy for the fisherman to spot.
This style of fishing does no damage to the ocean. Many fishermen opt for calmer waters, bigger catches, bigger ships, large amount of horsepower, and bigger nets. But this old method of fishing only suits the few and the dedicated (kinda like owning a Civic), it takes skills and experience. With a small crew and big catch, you can cash out a whole lot of money and feed your family while you’re at it.
Definitely something I wouldn’t mind doing when I retire… I wouldn’t mind doing that now. There’s something about fishing that’s just as relaxing and exciting as cars. Find your peace on the water the same way you find peace on the street. It’s just as dangerous on the water than it is when you’re at high speed. It’s a lifestyle that only some can relate to, and some are able to live. Peace.