|This has MacGyver episode written all over it|
1) Unscrew the small black tire air cap.
2) Place tire pressure gauge on hole.
3) Read the number. Most cars have between 32-35 lbs. of air pressure in each tire, varying by the season. Refer to Boyle's Gas Law for how this works. (Hint: Change in Temperature = Change in Pressure)
4) If it falls in that range, continue driving. It is is outside of that range, call your rabbi/priest/minister/life coach/exercise partner and ask them what you should do.
5) If they don't know, turn to page 16-c in your car manual and recite the third paragraph aloud. That will tell you how to proceed.
|Your hat should hold my fish|
-Profession: Higher Ed Jack-of-All-Trades
-Favorite kind of hat: A legit cowboy hat
-Tornado--run or watch?: Watch at home. I've lived through some heinous tornadoes. They're fascinating, but I need to be able to go downstairs in the basement.
-Have you had a higher education experience that has ruffled your feathers?: Yes. I have a 13-year old, $15 parking ticket that wasn't even mine! I can't get my transcripts until I pay it. I refuse. Maybe when it's the 15-year anniversary, I will.
-You have a Japanese last name, but are not Japanese. Do you get targeted Google ads for saki, small footwear or hayashi rice when you're online?: No, I don't get any Google ads like that. A lot of people, though, think it's Italian and put a 'g' in for the 'j' in my last name. I tell them, "No, it's 'j' for jerk.'