Neil O'Connor looked over at Johan. "Say what ever you like, man, that girl is fine." He continued to turn the spark plug wrench as he talked.
"She may be pretty but she is too forward, I think," Albrecht Knopf said. "She is becoming too American in her attitudes."
Neil pulled the plug and glanced at it. Whatever he was planning to say about the girl was forgotten. "Damn! This thing is burned clear through. You guys have been running the mix too lean again, haven't you?"
Neil and Al were doing thousand hour . . .
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