Today is October 28th, 2016. One year ago today I was sitting in a hotel room in downtown Washington, D.C. preparing for a two month internship with the Consumer Product Safety Commission, when I posted my conclusions to “The Great Lube Test of 2015,” also known as #Lubegate2015. The results of the testing I performed on 18 different samples were released in groups of like products, and the FireClean vs. Canola Oil data was by far the most popular. Little did I realize that a few months later, it would cause some serious problems for me.
I’ve been meaning to share some updates with my readers for a while now, but between finishing college finals, getting a summer job, and a lot of other stuff, I kept putting it off. Hopefully this post can answer some questions for people and prove that I haven’t quit posting.