So I went to bleed the rear brakes (as suggested in my last post about bleeding brakes). I have drums in the back. I loosened the bleed nipple and a little bit of fluid dripped out. The nipple was really hard to undue so I figured I'd take it all the way out and clean it up. So I did, no fluid came out...? should it drain quite a bit? I put the plug back in and set up to bleed. I cleaned out both reservoirs completely and filled them with fresh fluid. I pumped the brakes five times and checked the reservoir to see if I needed to put more fluid in. It had not dropped but had turned dark again as if the fluid just swirled around in there. I checked the hose/bleed tube and no fluid had come out. So I did it again for 10 pumps, checked, same thing. So I took off the hose and undid the nipple a couple of turns, hoping to shoot fluid across the garage. Turned down the radio and pumped it 10 more times.... nothin'.? WTF? I talked to my roomate and we agreed that there should be fluid going through there. Right? I said screw the rears for now and bled the fronts and they work. Thanks for the advise. *Some one mentioned work to play ratios in another post, we should make a spread sheet or somethin'.