That I could stand stalwart in the hopes that they might live, inextricable from the scattered remains of courage that blow through the infinite passages we seek.
It makes the same sound as a machine gun: "$$$$$$$$$$" ... h/t to Tam for that one.
Looks like the oil plug fell out or something.
Glub glub glub wrrrr bump tink clank thud.
This may be related to aircraft radial engines such as in the B-25, B-17, etc. It seems that they consume quite a bit of oil in normal operation-the underside of the wings of the B-17 "Aluminum Overcast" is covered with a thin film of oil, which I assured my friend was to make the plane go faster. Maybe they do change the oil, but in between keep it filled up, each engine has a 35 gallon oil tank, presumably enough to get through a maximum mission.
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