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Category Archives: 2009 October
With everyone home from vacation, the Tom Dwyer Summer Postcard Contest is now officially over. Our winner, chosen at random, was coincidentally the one from the farthest away. The $100 grand prize goes to Steve B. and Deborah W., who … Continue reading →
This month’s NEWS TO MAKE YOU FURIOUS comes from the health care debate, where reasoned and rational people calmly debate the merits of various well-considered and comprehensive plans, weighing the rights of people to live healthy lives against…well, whatever weighs … Continue reading →
Chicken Cordon Blue 4 chicken breast halves, skinned and boned 4 thin slices fully cooked smoked ham 4 thin slices Swiss or gruyere cheese ½ cup all-purpose flour ½ teaspoon salt ¼ teaspoon coarsely ground pepper 1 cup dry bread … Continue reading →
(by Ian Park, special to “Your Car Matters”) Did you know that the Toyota Matrix is almost exactly the same car as the Pontiac Vibe, or that some Chevrolet models are actually made by Daewoo? “Re-Badging”, “Re-Branding”, or “Badge Engineering” … Continue reading →
We all like the short popcorn stories. You know, little fun facts and tidbits that are quick and easy to read. As we shuffle things around in upcoming issues of “Your Car Matters”, one of the features we’ll be experimenting … Continue reading →
Thanks to the generous help of our clients and friends, we’re very pleased and proud to find that Tom Dwyer Automotive Services is gaining a strong reputation in environmental and progressive circles. Thank you so much for your support! Because … Continue reading →