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Made by Monkeys
Content posted in October 2011
CCA-Treated Wood Ate My Bolts
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10/31/2011  16 comments
Wood treated by Chromated Copper Arsenate can severely corrode steel bolts.
Washer/Dryer Washes Out
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10/28/2011  7 comments
The Bosch washer/dryer looks great on the outside, but monkeys live inside.
The Card Swiper Swiped My Patience
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10/26/2011  7 comments
The go-card readers in the Australian train stations are designed to drive you mad.
High-Speed Snowmobile Does Just One Speed Well
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10/24/2011  19 comments
The 1980 Kawasaki 340 snowmobile loves to race. But that's all it loves.
The Bosch Spark Plugs Cost Me $1,000
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10/20/2011  17 comments
Bosch park plugs cost this Mercedes owner a ton of troubles. It was the monkeys at work again.
Who Monkeyed With Australia's 'Camry'?
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10/17/2011  15 comments
The a Toyota Aurion (Australia's version of the Camry) comes with at least 11 monkeys.
Oh, No, the O-Rings Aren’t O
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10/12/2011  18 comments
Cutting corners on an oil filter can save pennies while destroying an engine.
Monkeys Messed Up My Boogie Board
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10/6/2011  13 comments
The Brookstone Boogie Board was not everything W. Wallick expected, especially the battery compartment.
Monkeys Got to the Spark Plugs on My Mustang GT
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10/4/2011  27 comments
Could changing spark plugs be such a big deal? Apparently it is if the monkeys get to it first.




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