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Oct 23, 2007

Flower Power!

It was time for two of my tires to retire and get new ones and I went to this tire shop and a Chinese woman accommodated me. Then I was looking around to see of course the staff aka men who would change two of my tires, but there was none. Then she grabbed all the tools to start the job.

There she was replacing the tires of my car--something I honestly despise to do. Simply amazing. I heard from TacDer that there's another Chinese owned autoshop where another female that does the same.

Now, that's Girl Power! Attagirl! Go Gurlz!


lil_hammerhead said...
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lil_hammerhead said...

Hey, we want equal rights, we can change tires to right? There's nothing that sets women's movement back more than a woman in the office who asks men to help her lift a box. And I don't mean boxes that she's unable to lift weightwise.

The Writers said...

what's that deleted comment? oh, i will get it anyway.

glend558 said...

Imagine a 'local girl' doing this.
(I'll get in trouble for this, I know!)

herman said...

uh oh u pulled the trigger here. As long as u put hot lunch while they fix my tire!

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