Date: Sun, 22 Oct 2000 21:16:40 -0700 From: Kimo Saaby <kimo_saabynopsameja.com> Subject: Re: Master Tech = Master Goof
No, he didn't help me... not any more than you just said yourself. I don't believe a statement like that is help. It may be an idea, but it is NOT helpful advice. There were no directions, hints or pointers. He never mentioned the correct depth of the pump.... why not? Never mentioned the strainer inlet. why not? Cuz it's too much work and/or he doesn't know. I respected your last response and I also like a good debate, so.... Saabster... riddle me this: > "Simply changing the oil every 3000 > miles will insure premature Turbo failures!". Is there some kind of insurance we can get to ensure that we get our premature turbo failures insured? I believe we can agree to disagree..... but the guy is still a goof. - Orbi saabsternopsameja.com wrote: > Hey Orbitronik, I remember the MasterTech helping you after you > installed your new fuel pump incorrectly. > > Saabster > 85 900 8v > > In article <39F36CEB.A4BF9161nopsameja.com>, > kimo_saabynopsameja.com wrote: > > It's just spam. The whole thing is designed to get you to buy stuff > from > > him. > > Giving advice like "sounds like the fuel pump" or "ignition switch" > > isn't really giving advice. > > I truly believe that some of us CARE to contribute our experiences > > (wisdom?) to others in the NG and we take the time & effort to write > > logical answers. > > The "master tech" has one goal: to get potential customers to his > > ill-constructed site with the least effort possible. > > Can it be any more obvious? > > The only reason any of us allow it is because he says "ignition > > switch..... hope that helps" before spamming us out? > > Come on. Don't fall for that. > > Another observation: there are many Saab parts places & advice pages & > > fan sites.... yet none has consistently bombarded this group with AD > > after AD for a website. Why???? > > GO AHEAD - VISIT THE SITE! NONE OF THE ANCHORS WORK! > > Get advice and tips.... like.... "Simply changing the oil every 3000 > > miles will insure premature Turbo failures!". Was it SUPPOSED to say > > ".... ensure AGAINST premature turbo failure"???? > > > > The site.... the advice.... the posts.... A BAD JOKE. > > > > And His Friggin' Spam has the incorrect URL > > "Http://www.thesaabsite.com/faqs". > > NOT FOUND > > Because the first H is a capitol letter. > > Duh. > > > > Is this the kind of person you want to give you advice on your Saab? > > > > Then go get a ford... it won't matter much to you anyway! > > > > - Orbitronik > > > > > Subject: > > > Re: LINK FIXED TO FAQS! > > > Date: > > > Sun, 22 Oct 2000 20:49:50 GMT > > > From: > > > saabsternopsameja.com > > > Organization: > > > Deja.com - Before you buy. > > > Newsgroups: > > > alt.autos.saab > > > References: > > > 1 , 2 > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Damn, why does everyone have it in for the MasterTech today? Given > > > that > > > he's likely the most prolific (and certainly the most > > > laconic) contributor to this NG, you should really step off. > > > > > > In article <39F2FFD5.87199F29nopsameja.com>, > > > kimo_saabynopsameja.com wrote: > > > > Sounds SEXIST to me! > > > > Women drive Saabs too. > > > > > > > > Hope that helps! > > > > > > > > - Orbitronik > > > > > > > > Ask The MasterTech wrote: > > > > > > > > > Sorry guys forgot the htm on the end of the FAQS link! > > > > > Http://www.thesaabsite.com/faqs.htm > > > > > > > > > > Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ > Before you buy.