Automotive Technology by Jason Jason
An Idiot's Profession

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Back in the ¿80s, it was not trendy or sexy to be interested in something that required a lot of painstaking work, work which often resulted in cuts, bruises, filthy hands, filthy arms, and a filthy face. You can thank me, my two buddies from high school, and the rest of us buffoons that paved the way for all of the wonderful automotive nonsense that permeates every aspect of American society today. You¿re welcome!¿I had just passed the point of no return. Any time before that, I could have made the decision to trust others with my vehicles, and join the rest of the victims in facing whatever consequences arose from being ¿mechanically ignorant.¿ But my fate lay upon a different path. Celestial forces beyond my control were shaping my destiny. I had made the decision, without realizing it, to become a full fledged, wrench turning, gear headed grease monkey. There was no turning back.¿Automotive engineers have a philosophy: ¿If it works when it leaves the factory, it ain¿t my problem.¿Remember this term: Fast Food Automotive!

About Jason Jason

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Jason hails from Oslo, Norway, but currently resides in the south of France. The Harvey and Eisner Award-winner continues to create new books at a breakneck pace his books include Werewolves of Montpellier; Low Moon; Pocket Full of Rain and Other Stories; Hey, Wait...; Sshhhh!; The Iron Wagon; What I Did (collecting the previous three volumes); I Killed Adolf Hitler; The Last Musketeer; The Left Bank Gang; Why Are You Doing This?; The Living and the Dead; Meow, Baby!; You Can't Get There from Here; Tell Me Something; and Almost Silent (collecting the previous four volumes) and (with Fabien Vehlmann) Isle of 100,000 Graves.
Published February 26, 2009 by iUniverse. 328 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction