Water fountain is stuck on and the drain doesn't work right either.
This is about the most worthless officially licensed thing I have ever seen. Yes, I bought, but only because he bundled it with a chopper peg. Evidently this is a wired landline telephone with a wired headset.
I'm not sure who thought this was a good idea. I blame Willie G.
Here's my three pegs for the day.
I got these killer stickers for free from a former Snap-on dealer. I know I had the Rick Mears sticker from when I was a kid. That dude had some killer old Snap-on promotional stuff, including a few girlie clocks that I remember a few mechanics having in my dad's shop as a kid. I would have bought one for my garage, but I figured they are not PC and my sons would look at them too long like I used to.
More photography from Kit's Kulture Ride to VELVETERIA on the inaugural ride ~ and if you've never heard of it, take a minute; it's the world's ONLY black velvet museum and it's totally worth a visit! And if you missed Kit's Kulture Ride, don't commit suicide just yet... Kit has a "remedial" ride planned for early 2016! So you can do a little extra credit, and catch up to the rest of the class, no problem!
The inaugural Kit's Kulture Ride, actually took place directly underneath the exhaust from Air Force One as the President landed at LAX. But, you didn't visit the Lady Hump to hear about that... I'm not totally sure why you came here, but you're here now, so read ahead. We met at the iconic Randy's Donuts and headed north then east toward China Town. Looking for big trouble, we found VELVETERIA, the world's ONLY black velvet museum, and it did not disappoint.