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December 16, 2017


Mechanic performing oil change finds owl under car’s hood in Salem

(Thanks to Ralph, who says "not firing on owl cylinders.")


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Every time some oil change company worker finds something alive under the hood of a car, I feel sorry for those guys who do this job for a living in Australia.

I would wait until after your 100,000 mile service for owl and snake removal. That way you don't have to keep to going back and getting all those mice and rats they've been snacking on out as well.

I leave my hood up and the owls change my oil at night.Dosen't anyone else do this?

So, he didn't get an owl change after all.

I get a kick how oil is pronounced around the country. "All" , "oll", "earl", even "oil". Both of my parents said it differently. You know someplace it's pronounced "owl".

Owl I can say is that I am glad they were able to determine that it was lethargic. Imagine if it had been energetic.

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