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Whenever I'm in the process of fixing something or building something, people keep telling me all it needs is some elbow grease to fix a problem I am having. Although I'm not sure where to buy this 'elbow grease'. Can anyone tell me where I can buy it? I live in Los Angeles, California.

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@RedGrittyBrick then why did this question get upvotes? diy.stackexchange.com/questions/2924/… –  george Jul 9 at 8:51
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I think there is a plume of it emitted by the La Brea Tar Pits. –  bib Jul 9 at 13:03
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There is room for humor on this site, I hope and pray??? DIY can be disheartening at times and having something for a grin once in a while is kind of nice. –  Fiasco Labs Jul 9 at 14:53

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Elbow grease™ can be found in the Shake a Leg store.

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I can't seem to find where that store is on Google Maps? –  george Jul 9 at 8:51
    
@george: Please follow my link. (Elbow grease is a euphemism.) –  wallyk Jul 9 at 8:55
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@george, you're either incredibly dense and really need help (and I don't think this is the case), or trolling (trawling?) hard-working men and women on this site to score imaginary internet points. If it's the latter, please stop - it's not very funny at all. And just in case it's the former, please follow the links and advise that people provide, and you'll be helped. –  alt Jul 9 at 12:15
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Where they also carry Flight Line, Prop Wash and Muffler Bearings. We regularly send our newest recruits down to our local "Shake a Leg" store for the experience of collecting parts from our local jobber. –  Fiasco Labs Jul 9 at 14:51

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