Got Cought With Weed

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John Miller's Comment
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I’m calling this fake news didn’t happen

Parrothead66's Comment
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My guess would be that since your company has to sign it, taking it to court is kinda useless since it’s going to be on your report. My guess also is that you will be fired and that any company that when any future companies contact them as to reason of termination they will tell them. I’m not a lawyer, not even close to being one but before I spent a lot of money with one I would want to know his expected outcome and how it would benefit my future. I just don’t see how he can fight a vehicle examination and what he can get it lowered to. Seems they lowered it themselves by just writing up your possession and not drug testing you then and there. Which I’m sure your company will probably do as soon as they see the information.

PackRat's Comment
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This reads like a "Patrick Post"....

Old School's Comment
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This just gets more intriguing!

Unless I'm really crazy, I personally think Oleg has already discussed this with his boss, or his company, and they chose not to fire him. Again, it would be nice if he could accurately lay out the facts for us.

This statement he made sounds like advice his boss might give...

if we get a bunch of clean inspection it will balance the safty score.

Then again, he may be all over the internet with this bizarre tale, and gathered that from some of the other responses he's garnered.

How about it Oleg, where'd you get that charming piece of wisdom about getting a bunch of clean inspections to dilute the effects of the bad one?

And if it came from your employer, how about sharing with us who you drive for? There's bound to be a few people passing through here who could benefit from such liberal hiring policies! smile.gif

HOS:

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Daniel B.'s Comment
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Oleg is a Russian name. My guess is that he's Russian O/O driving a white Volvo, obviously with sandals and socks, an authentic Adidas tracksuit with a foot on the dash.

Diver Driver's Comment
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Oleg is a Russian name. My guess is that he's Russian O/O driving a white Volvo, obviously with sandals and socks, an authentic Adidas tracksuit with a foot on the dash.

Now how did this comment get the green light, but mine didn't ? confused.gifrofl-2.gifrofl-2.gif

PJ's Comment
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I don’t know what your comment was, however I know first hand Daniel’s is very factual. There are alot of them running out of the greater Chicago area. Lease operators and those folks definately beat to a different drum. I mostly ran across them at grocer warehouses.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Daniel B.'s Comment
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Oleg is a Russian name. My guess is that he's Russian O/O driving a white Volvo, obviously with sandals and socks, an authentic Adidas tracksuit with a foot on the dash.

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Now how did this comment get the green light, but mine didn't ? confused.gifrofl-2.gifrofl-2.gif

Hehe, I wouldn't know. But I am Russian so I know how my people are.

Oleg B.'s Comment
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Sorry not Russian no sandals do drive a volvo red not white been in the states since 1989 u guys would have no clue if I was next to u where I'm from. Sound like u guys don't like Russians that's cool makes 2 of us. I'm not employed. By reading some of ur post why do u guys think I'm lying. Old skool u pay to much to details might get u in trouble one day but it is good to stay sharp. As to the forum to many haters here... no love... change it up

Oleg B.'s Comment
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Oh to Daniel it's a Russian name but Ukrainian... we gonna take Odessa back just wait damn Puitin

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