Brianna Walker Wu / John Walker Flynt General Thread -

What is your favorite John?

  • "Political Sperg" John

    Votes: 113 6.0%
  • "Totally a Game Developer" John

    Votes: 194 10.3%
  • "Passive-Aggressive Shithead" John

    Votes: 40 2.1%
  • "Expert in Everything, Competent in None" John

    Votes: 316 16.8%
  • "I'm Totally Not a Tranny, Seriously You Guys" John

    Votes: 261 13.9%
  • "Master Chef" John

    Votes: 25 1.3%
  • "Victim of Everything" John

    Votes: 88 4.7%
  • "Guilty of Everything Gamergate Complains About" John

    Votes: 92 4.9%
  • "Pre-Gender Identity Crisis" John

    Votes: 47 2.5%
  • I ORDERED A FUCKING PIZZA

    Votes: 397 21.2%
  • Moon Rocks Wu

    Votes: 303 16.2%

  • Total voters
    1,876

Particle Bored

I am made out of toothpicks and glue
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How would he know how much it was going to cost unless he got the repairs assessed first? And if it's 2 minutes with a voltmeter and a 140$ relay it wouldn't cost you 1800$... maybe double list price and usual two hour min diagnostics charge still doesnt put you in the same ballpark. It's still just unclipping an old relay and clipping in a new one like a hard drive.

He probably paid for diagnosis and took credit for it and went to an aftermarket part supplier that was cheaper. Or more likely just bought it from the dealership itself in true wu form for full price and clipped it in himself after verifying with his voltmeter in 2 minutes exactly what electrical problem he had with his reliable Porsche (if you can diagnose electrical problems in cars with a voltmeter in 2 minutes you're an autistic savant or lying) and wouldnt you use a code reader first? If any relay is down especially in such an expensive car you can get the code?

Never mind. I figured it out. He took it to the shop, got the code read, bought the part, took it home and used a voltmeter to confirm "yeah there's no volts here" and then unplugged the old one and snapped the new one in like plugging in a new video card and went straight to Twitter.
I hate to give him ideas, but it's funny he hasn't bought a Bluetooth OBD2 reader and sperged about diagnosing his rad Porsche with his rad iPhone all over twitter. You'd think an engineer and racing enthusiast awould have snagged one back at the Audi.
 

Dr. Merkwurdichliebe

Kiwiminister für Volksaufklärung und Propaganda
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How would he know how much it was going to cost unless he got the repairs assessed first? And if it's 2 minutes with a voltmeter and a 140$ relay it wouldn't cost you 1800$... maybe double list price and usual two hour min diagnostics charge still doesnt put you in the same ballpark. It's still just unclipping an old relay and clipping in a new one like a hard drive.

He probably paid for diagnosis and took credit for it and went to an aftermarket part supplier that was cheaper. Or more likely just bought it from the dealership itself in true wu form for full price and clipped it in himself after verifying with his voltmeter in 2 minutes exactly what electrical problem he had with his reliable Porsche (if you can diagnose electrical problems in cars with a voltmeter in 2 minutes you're an autistic savant or lying) and wouldnt you use a code reader first? If any relay is down especially in such an expensive car you can get the code?

Never mind. I figured it out. He took it to the shop, got the code read, bought the part, took it home and used a voltmeter to confirm "yeah there's no volts here" and then unplugged the old one and snapped the new one in like plugging in a new video card and went straight to Twitter.
Since John took the vehicle to the dealership and the dealership determined that he needed a relay and gave him an estimate, why did John need a volt meter to replace the relay?
 

Dr. Merkwurdichliebe

Kiwiminister für Volksaufklärung und Propaganda
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There is no volt meter.
Of course there isn't. We all knew that when John wrote that his cost $10. If John actually owned a volt meter, Frank would have seen a charge for hundreds of dollars on his credit card, and John would have posted pics on Twitter of the meter hooked up to a hydraulic line.
 

polonium

By your genders combined, I am Captain Tumblr
True & Honest Fan
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Since John took the vehicle to the dealership and the dealership determined that he needed a relay and gave him an estimate, why did John need a volt meter to replace the relay?
He paid the $1,800, realised he wanted to brag about something and made the rest up
:thinking:

Wew lads: Paying $1,800 for a relay change in a dealership
Wu, lads: Paying $1,800 for a relay change in a dealership, getting home and googling the cost of a cheap multimeter and claiming you did it yourself on twitter
 

Anti Fanta

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Oh sure, 78,000 people pulled the lever in the wrong direction by mistake, what a stroke of luck for God Emperor of the Multiverse Donald J. Bl*mpf.

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Why the need for impeachment if you're gonna wipe the floor this coming October (?) and he'll be ousted as President in just under 18 months after the election? It's so immature to have this 'NOW NOW NOW' attitude when the Democrats should be working as hard as they can to rebuild trust with voters. All going on about muh impeachment does is make you look like sore losers who are too arrogant to admit you screwed up, an image the Dems need to shed fast.
 

Sissy Galvez

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Harvey Danger

getting tired of this whole internet thing
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Oh sure, 78,000 people pulled the lever in the wrong direction by mistake, what a stroke of luck for God Emperor of the Multiverse Donald J. Bl*mpf.
"78,000 votes is nothing" - because they were the wrong people voting for the wrong candidate! De-platform them from the voting booth!

"the Dem in the race got 3m more votes" - for the millionth time: Hilary Clinton was exactly the kind of candidate the Electoral College was designed to frustrate. She ran up her majority in concentrated urban areas on the coasts, which the Founders explicitly wanted to avoid as a danger to national unity.

Her loss was not a freak accident. It was not a bug, it was a feature. The EC addresses a specific problem, jettisoning it leaves that problem unsolved, and all these EC replacement movements are short-sighted whiners who can't handle thinking about systems instead of their own personal angst. (See also: John's call for impeachment NOW NOW NOW!)

If you don't like her loss, blame the entire Democratic party for being idiots and running an EC-hampered candidate in an EC system.
 

Sissy Galvez

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Errr swastikas on war memorials are usually the work of ARMY BAD SOLDIERS LITERALLY NAZIS lefties.

Also why the fuck is Wu on such a Jewish kick recently? What's in it for them? Do they harbour the incredibly antisemitic belief that all Jews have lots of money and connections
:thinking:
For the same reason he was on a Chinese kick and said he’d write something in a Chinese paper which never happened. He’s trying to pander to every and any demographic he can for scampaign $$$.
 
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