And our throw away society.
I have a German heritage also. I’ve been to Dusseldorf/Cologne (Koln, sorry don’t know how to add the umlauts) during mid Feb, which is Carnival time. What a great party, dancing in the streets, beer vendor every block. Very nice people too.
Actually, the ones who jumped in without alcohol in their systems were more sane. The alcohol vastly increases the chance of hypothermia.
I work with a Black Belt in this art. He has had a handlebar mustache in the whole 39 years I’ve known him.
You mean Conservative Christian.
It’s Cupid…c’mon, he goes around naked everywhere.
I live near South Bend, and that is not true. Russian hack interference.
You must be a Trumpy too, the name calling is a common indication of your moral weakness.
Actually the DOT 3 and 4 are Glycol based and ABSORB moisture thus helping to prevent component corrosion, that’s one of the key benefits of these fluids and why they are commonly used. Granted, they can become saturated, so a flush is recommended every now and then. Unpredictable conditions do not allow accurate prediction of when to flush. On the other hand, DOT 5, silicone based fluid does NOT absorb moisture, so any moisture in the system will settle on iron based metal components and cause corrosion, pitting and possible reduced performance. The DOT 5 is used in racing and other applications where it can and should be flushed regularly, or conditions where threat of moisture contamination are nearly zero. I have used DOT 5 in my street rods for 20 years, because it does not eat paint, and have a high end master cylinder that is sealed very well. No corrosion from moisture so far. And DOT 5 is actually very good on seals.