Snowpocalypse 2 Coming To Atlanta

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Tracey K.'s Comment
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Hey, we ain't all stupid down here! Some of us know how to drive in the snow. We also know that it takes 3 cups of ice, 2 tablespoons of sugar and 3 teaspoons of Koolaid to make one heck of a snow cone!rofl-3.gif

Yep. stay home. Lock the doors. And turn up the heat. "THE SNOW IS COMING". Oh. and keep all those nasty truck drivers out of the city. They will just mess us all up with their fancy driving. "Show-Off's"

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It's times like these that I tell people I'm from California.rofl-3.gif

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Richard O.'s Comment
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I'm stuck at home. Just like 2 weeks ago when we had the snow. I'm supposed to go back to work today but I have pushed it back a day due to the ice conditions. I'm anxious to get back out there.

Anchorman's Comment
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Ghost Town Atlanta:

Snowplows clear Interstate 75/85 in downtown Atlanta on Wednesday, February 12.

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Interstate:

Commercial trade, business, movement of goods or money, or transportation from one state to another, regulated by the Federal Department Of Transportation (DOT).

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
PJ's Comment
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Atlanta didn't get hit as hard as we did at the house. I left Tuesday morning at 0400 and my fiancée told me it started snowing an hour later. I managed to get my load in Brewton Al. and headed out for Quebec Canada. I missed all the stuff in the south and am now snowed in in Va. What are the odds. lol

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Operating While Intoxicated

Chris L.'s Comment
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Oh my! Now I have to thow in my two cents. Let me clear some things up please. I live in a small town south of Charlotte, NC. Most people dont have teeth, nor can they speak very good english. Most work hard for the few bucks they get. But they cant get paid if they dont go to work. Hmm sounds like the rest of us. Being from Buffalo, NY I laughed the first time I saw the snow coming down and everyone freaking out. Man these people cant drive. Fact 1- most people in the south came from the north. There might be two real Charlotonians, the rest are transplants. That being said lets move to Fact 2- I have been stuck in the house for two days. No going outside to enjoy a nice fire and a few beers. There is four inches of snow and two inches of ice outside. And yes its cold as could be, for down here. My septic system is messing up and backing up into the house. Cant get anyone out here to clear it because the roads are full of ice and people are just not working. Whaaa, at least I have bread and milk and beer :) Sorry got off track....Fact 3- Buffalo has ten million snowplows and salters. SC has two. When they budget for winter supplies like salt Buffalo put ten billion aside for it, SC slides a whole ten dollars off to the side just incase. Now I may have fibbed on the numbers but you get the point. It was 63 four days ago darn it! Fact 4- I didnt come down here for this crap! You dam yankees keep this nasty stuff up north where it belongs. I was suppose to be golfing on my week off, not reading forums on TT. Ok I would stil be reading TT. Dont hate on us just because we enjoy nice winters. Blame the darn global warming. Wheres that lieing Al Gore? Slow down and enjoy the ride. Grab a sweet tea, some cheap smokes and maybe some fried chicken and enjoy all the southern hospitality and stop being so mean to all of us that were smart enough to move south. "I wasnt born in the south but I got here as soon as I could" Ya'll be safe! :)

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
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