Question about 2000 Honda Odyssey
Only one thing to do, get a paintball gun and pepper the place at night. Go in there incognito and leave sardines in some new cars. Inject deer scent into the rubber gaskets of some new cars. Only kidding, then you would be the bad guy. It is not worth it, just tell everybody you know they are mudballs, and get what you can out of them. They are a dime a dozen. Get your car fixed by somebody else and advertise them as ripoffs, go to ripoff.com and report them. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 03, 2010
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