Well, this is Bill Morgan up here just this side of Maynardsville.
Well Eddie's Auto, this is Eddie Auto your talking to. Well, this is Bill Morgan up here just this side of Maynardsville. I bought an oil filter off of ya here-whall-back and, uh, believe my damn car's blowed up now, and ah, well they told me to take it down there and that you'd pay for it.
Pay fur the damn motor. Bullshit, who told you that? They told me up in Maynardsville, by God. They said, by God, if he don't, whip his damn ass.
Well you tell him, I'm right here any damn time he wants to come. Well I'll tell you what, he was a big son of a bitch that said it. Well, I don't give a damn, the bigger they are the harder they fall.
You ain't so smart your damn self. Okay, you forget it. Well, are you going to pay fur it? I ain't paying fer a damn thing, I don't even know what your talking about. It's a damn oilllllll filter. I bought it off of ya fair 'n square.
You said it wuz a good un. I don't know what you bought, I didn't tear your motor up. Well, my boy did. Well who ever tore it up tore it up I didn't tear it up. Well, it seems to me a damn oil filter ought to hold up better than that.
Well, I didn't make the oil filter, and I didn't tear your motor up. Well, shit-far you sold me the damn thing. That don't make a damn if I did I didn't tear your motor up.
Well goddamn, shit, don't you stand behind what you sell? I don't, I didn't tear your motor up to start with. Well, it seems to me that a son of a bitch that don't stand behind what he sells Well, I'm not no son of a bitch and you might be calling me a son of a bitch over the phone but I don't think you'd do it, by God, standing in front of me.
Huh, I'll whip your ass. Well, let's see you do it, there's been bigger son of a bitches than you tried it. Huh, I'll be down there before the damn day's over. Well, I'll be right here. You keep on, I'll be there. Well, you just come right on. You evidently don't know who I am Thom McCann, West Town.
What kind of boots are they? They's supposed to be damn gooduns. I bought um over there at your damn store, Tom McKee-un. When did you buy them? Here while back, at's when! How did they get wet?
We are not used to people calling up and threatening us, we are used to the customer coming in here and bringing the shoes in here and we look at them, then we make the adjustment. I'm tard a talking to a chicken shit bastards if a son of a bitch sells a pair of shoes he ought to back um up, is the way I look at it.
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