[CS-FSLUG] Prayer Request: Transportation

Eduardo Sanchez lists at sombragris.org
Tue Apr 27 07:00:36 CDT 2010

On Sunday 25 April 2010 22:24:05 Ed Hurst wrote:
> I think it wasn't too bad a deal that our 1993 Chrysler Town and Country
> lasted just over a year for the price we paid. For that model year only,
> Chrysler tested a peculiar brake management system. It was so bad they had
> one recall over it, then they simply quit manufacturing parts for it.
> Instead, they began replacing it with what they should have used in the
> first place. Sadly, the entire brake system is all built around the faulty
> control module, so repair means something like $3000. The vehicle is not
> worth that.
> Right now, it's leaking very fast (1 pint for every 10 miles or so)
> through a plastic fitting which will probably burst open before too long.
> When it does, the thing will become utterly useless. So we are praying now
> because it's all we have, and my wife has a few more weeks of work before
> she is off for the summer. Pray with us to find a replacement, which means
> either raising funds or making arrangements for relatively small payments.

I'm praying. Hope you find a good transportation solution.

Eduardo Sanchez, B. Th.
Traductor Público Inglés-Español
 YESTERDAY This Day's Madness did prepare;
 TO-MORROW's Silence, Triumph, or Despair:
   Drink! for you not know whence you came, nor why:
 Drink! for you know not why you go, nor where.

	-- The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam


Eduardo Sanchez, B. Th.
Traductor Público Inglés-Español

(Magnus Barford, in the year 1102, started the general conquest of the
kingdoms of Ireland; it is told that in the eve of his death he
received this greeting from Muirchertach, king in Dublin:)

May the gold and the storm be in your armies, Magnus Barford.
May your battle be happy, tomorrom, on the fields of my kingdom.
May your kingly hands weave, terribly, the fabric of the sword.
May the opponents of your sword the food of the red swan.
May your many gods be sated with blood, may them sate you with blood.
May you be victorious at the dawn, O king who sets foot in Ireland.
May not one of your many days shine forth as the day of tomorrow.
Because that day will be the last. I swear to you, king Magnus.
Because before its light fades out, I will overcome you and erase you,
	Magnus Barford.

				From _Anhang zur Heimskringla_
				   of H. Gering, 1893

		-- Jorge Luis Borges


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