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Daniel B.'s Comment
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Stopped at the TA in Tennessee today on I-81 exit 36. When I entered the stall in the men's restroom I was greeted by this sign above the toilet. This gives a whole new meaning to trying to balance your load. I'm not sure if they were writing citations for over weight loads or if maybe they were allowing you to pay a fee and get a special permit if you exceeded the limit. I just tried to hold everything real steady like and not lean to one side or the other - I wasn't over weight, but I sure didn't want to have some one coming in there wanting to do a level 3 inspection on me just because I had leaned a little too far to the left while I was trying to finish up the paperwork!

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Jeff L.'s Comment
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Stopped at the TA in Tennessee today on I-81 exit 36. When I entered the stall in the men's restroom I was greeted by this sign above the toilet. This gives a whole new meaning to trying to balance your load. I'm not sure if they were writing citations for over weight loads or if maybe they were allowing you to pay a fee and get a special permit if you exceeded the limit. I just tried to hold everything real steady like and not lean to one side or the other - I wasn't over weight, but I sure didn't want to have some one coming in there wanting to do a level 3 inspection on me just because I had leaned a little too far to the left while I was trying to finish up the paperwork!

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Must think " Center of gravity".

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Jopa's Comment
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Hey Old School, isn't balancing that load a flat bedder's specialty? Thought so ...

Jopa

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Ralph G. ( Arejay )'s Comment
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Stopped at the TA in Tennessee today on I-81 exit 36. When I entered the stall in the men's restroom I was greeted by this sign above the toilet. This gives a whole new meaning to trying to balance your load. I'm not sure if they were writing citations for over weight loads or if maybe they were allowing you to pay a fee and get a special permit if you exceeded the limit. I just tried to hold everything real steady like and not lean to one side or the other - I wasn't over weight, but I sure didn't want to have some one coming in there wanting to do a level 3 inspection on me just because I had leaned a little too far to the left while I was trying to finish up the paperwork!

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OK Old School!....

I'll see your Toilet with a weight limit!....

And raise you a Urinal with a watering restriction!.... LOL shocked.pngrofl-3.gifwhat%2Bthe%2Bheck.jpg

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Jopa's Comment
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Stopped at the TA in Tennessee today on I-81 exit 36. When I entered the stall in the men's restroom I was greeted by this sign above the toilet. This gives a whole new meaning to trying to balance your load. I'm not sure if they were writing citations for over weight loads or if maybe they were allowing you to pay a fee and get a special permit if you exceeded the limit. I just tried to hold everything real steady like and not lean to one side or the other - I wasn't over weight, but I sure didn't want to have some one coming in there wanting to do a level 3 inspection on me just because I had leaned a little too far to the left while I was trying to finish up the paperwork!

20150401_153315_zpsphqpgz6w.jpg

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OK Old School!....

I'll see your Toilet with a weight limit!....

And raise you a Urinal with a watering restriction!.... LOL shocked.pngrofl-3.gifwhat%2Bthe%2Bheck.jpg

Boy, that's some good advice there, like the "Don't eat yellow snow ..." conventional wisdom in snow country!

Jopa

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Operating While Intoxicated

Robert B. (The Dragon) ye's Comment
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Stopped at the TA in Tennessee today on I-81 exit 36. When I entered the stall in the men's restroom I was greeted by this sign above the toilet. This gives a whole new meaning to trying to balance your load. I'm not sure if they were writing citations for over weight loads or if maybe they were allowing you to pay a fee and get a special permit if you exceeded the limit. I just tried to hold everything real steady like and not lean to one side or the other - I wasn't over weight, but I sure didn't want to have some one coming in there wanting to do a level 3 inspection on me just because I had leaned a little too far to the left while I was trying to finish up the paperwork!

20150401_153315_zpsphqpgz6w.jpg

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OK Old School!....

I'll see your Toilet with a weight limit!....

And raise you a Urinal with a watering restriction!.... LOL shocked.pngrofl-3.gifwhat%2Bthe%2Bheck.jpg

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Boy, that's some good advice there, like the "Don't eat yellow snow ..." conventional wisdom in snow country!

Jopa

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Wait what !?!?!?! I thought the yellow snow was pineapple flavored like at the shaved ice stands?

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Ralph G. ( Arejay )'s Comment
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Stopped at the TA in Tennessee today on I-81 exit 36. When I entered the stall in the men's restroom I was greeted by this sign above the toilet. This gives a whole new meaning to trying to balance your load. I'm not sure if they were writing citations for over weight loads or if maybe they were allowing you to pay a fee and get a special permit if you exceeded the limit. I just tried to hold everything real steady like and not lean to one side or the other - I wasn't over weight, but I sure didn't want to have some one coming in there wanting to do a level 3 inspection on me just because I had leaned a little too far to the left while I was trying to finish up the paperwork!

20150401_153315_zpsphqpgz6w.jpg

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OK Old School!....

I'll see your Toilet with a weight limit!....

And raise you a Urinal with a watering restriction!.... LOL shocked.pngrofl-3.gifwhat%2Bthe%2Bheck.jpg

double-quotes-end.png

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Boy, that's some good advice there, like the "Don't eat yellow snow ..." conventional wisdom in snow country!

Jopa

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Wait what !?!?!?! I thought the yellow snow was pineapple flavored like at the shaved ice stands?

Yeah... Pineapple... hahah

and the brown snow is uh,, Fudge! yeah thats it, It's Fudge flavored. shocked.png

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Ralph G. ( Arejay )'s Comment
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Speaking of funny....

Just what kind of Meta Information is Brett adding into his own photos?

Below is a screen shot of what I presume to be a Google Image Search Gone Wrong!?!?!? rofl-3.gifwtf.gifGoogle%2BImage%2BSearch.jpg

Brett Aquila's Comment
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Speaking of funny....

Just what kind of Meta Information is Brett adding into his own photos?

Below is a screen shot of what I presume to be a Google Image Search Gone Wrong!?!?!? rofl-3.gifwtf.gifGoogle%2BImage%2BSearch.jpg

rofl-3.gifconfused.gif What can I say? At least I come up first under 'truck driver'. Just gotta work on the rest of those details there a little bit.

HOS:

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HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Jopa's Comment
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Speaking of funny....

Just what kind of Meta Information is Brett adding into his own photos?

Below is a screen shot of what I presume to be a Google Image Search Gone Wrong!?!?!? rofl-3.gifwtf.gifGoogle%2BImage%2BSearch.jpg

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rofl-3.gifconfused.gif What can I say? At least I come up first under 'truck driver'. Just gotta work on the rest of those details there a little bit.

Hey my search on the same phrase brought up Daniel B. in a wading pool ...

Jopa

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HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
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