On time Brian gave me, a good used trans with a damaged converter, for free which I promptly sold. He even drove it from St. Louis area to Kansas City are for me! After this I offered to give him a portion of the proceeds to which he refused, and suggested also that I make a donation to tdiclub, which I did. Definatly a "class-act".....I work/have worked in the tip industry for years, and the first visit there I asked if there was anything extra I could do for him for being so cool, helpful and willing to explain things about my car....and he suggested I donate to TDI Club! After 3 meetings and posts here, I get a nice strong feeling that this guy truly is a class-act. This really is a shame....well I will certainly get my chance with direct cash-to-palm very soon. Knowing this I can make sure he can't decline.
Farts bad enough to call in a HazMat team... does choking and gagging count as 'speechless'?Notice he said 'about speechless.' Will we ever know what it takes to make an oilhammer actually speechless?
Happy to help others to donate - actually finding a checkbook is a rarity around my house, much less assembling it with envelopes and stamps. Online Bill Pay has been one of the least documented and most useful features of internet banking IMO.The check will be there next week (sent from my bank; thanks to scurvy for the web bill pay idea).
Likewise! I haven't been on the club much at all these past few months. IDParts newsletter caught my attention (See, there are people that actually read them! ).Thanks to the IDParts newsletter for bringing this to my attention and bringing me out of TDIClub semi-retirement.
Keep your chin up Brian!
It's not a personal thing I'd bet. It's just that you are from Connecticut. I had to leave there to become liked.... (kidding, of course..I'm still a Yankee)I think he hates me (WVO) but I sent a check anyway, from the online bank billpayer.
I also hadn't heard of this until I got my newsletter from IDParts. Maybe someone can post it more prominently, or send out a club-wide email?
But you're probably a nice guy. I don't think they would like me even if I left.It's not a personal thing I'd bet. It's just that you are from Connecticut. I had to leave there to become liked.... (kidding, of course..I'm still a Yankee)
Every little bit helps. It may feel less burdensome to spread out the ticket buying... one a week, for instance... the raffle's going on for the entire month...Will be buying 3 raffle tickets. Is it enough? Probably not, but it's the best I can do right now.