Hi Folks, From Fort Sill, Ok And Good Morning This Sunday!

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Rob T.'s Comment
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If you're serious about becoming a truck driver you'll find that a majority of this community are willing to overlook the past and give you the same excellent advice we offer everyone else who comes through here. In the past with your trolling and numerous name changes it's been disrespectful to everyone here. Not only has it taken precious time of our members that are willing to donate part of their 10 hours off to help rookies, but it also takes time away assisting new drivers because we don't tolerate false information here. If you have about a year left and are considering a career immediately after there are numerous members here who can explain how their transition went as well as what benefits you're eligible or what company accepts it.

Good luck.

Anne A. (momcat)'s Comment
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Anne, I would post a picture of myself here but even the most expensive camera in the world could never take a pretty picture of me. As my grandma used to say, I don't take a good picture.

With all the 'filters' available nowadays, we can ALL look pretty on a cell cam, if we choose. My pix on here of me.. are just me. Real, is all!

As you choose, OT.

Keep it real.

~ Anne ~

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Me and my amazing 'driver guy!' ^^^ Roughing it in the cabin, w/good eats~!!

Peace; Luck in Battle. ( Borrowed from Triple Six... jsyk!)

Dm:

Dispatcher, Fleet Manager, Driver Manager

The primary person a driver communicates with at his/her company. A dispatcher can play many roles, depending on the company's structure. Dispatchers may assign freight, file requests for home time, relay messages between the driver and management, inform customer service of any delays, change appointment times, and report information to the load planners.

OOS:

When a violation by either a driver or company is confirmed, an out-of-service order removes either the driver or the vehicle from the roadway until the violation is corrected.

Plumcrazy Preston's Comment
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If you're serious about becoming a truck driver you'll find that a majority of this community are willing to overlook the past and give you the same excellent advice we offer everyone else who comes through here. In the past with your trolling and numerous name changes it's been disrespectful to everyone here. Not only has it taken precious time of our members that are willing to donate part of their 10 hours off to help rookies, but it also takes time away assisting new drivers because we don't tolerate false information here. If you have about a year left and are considering a career immediately after there are numerous members here who can explain how their transition went as well as what benefits you're eligible or what company accepts it.

Good luck.

Mr. Rob T, do you respectfully happen to have any hard evidence to this effect?

"In the past with your trolling and numerous name changes it's been disrespectful to everyone here."

in America, we are generally presumed innocent until proven guilty.

PackRat's Comment
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Back in the basement, Troll!

Dan F.'s Comment
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Today 21 November are you still near Fort sill? I’ll be returning back down there today after I get a shower (Delivered there this morning then drove up to Oklahoma City and then find my next load is right there in Lawton where I just left).

If you see this in time let me know and I’ll give you an address and show you around my truck.

Rob D.'s Comment
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If you're serious about becoming a truck driver you'll find that a majority of this community are willing to overlook the past and give you the same excellent advice we offer everyone else who comes through here. In the past with your trolling and numerous name changes it's been disrespectful to everyone here. Not only has it taken precious time of our members that are willing to donate part of their 10 hours off to help rookies, but it also takes time away assisting new drivers because we don't tolerate false information here. If you have about a year left and are considering a career immediately after there are numerous members here who can explain how their transition went as well as what benefits you're eligible or what company accepts it.

Good luck.

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Mr. Rob T, do you respectfully happen to have any hard evidence to this effect?

"In the past with your trolling and numerous name changes it's been disrespectful to everyone here."

in America, we are generally presumed innocent until proven guilty.

Todd,

Consistent theme and tone in all your posts. Such as military short timer. And one of your previous personas was John Preston Bailey.

Now you're Plumcrazy Preston.

You were located in Idaho but now are showing Oklahoma. Also have shown as located near Round Rock Texas.

OWI:

Operating While Intoxicated

Anne A. (momcat)'s Comment
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Today 21 November are you still near Fort sill? I’ll be returning back down there today after I get a shower (Delivered there this morning then drove up to Oklahoma City and then find my next load is right there in Lawton where I just left).

If you see this in time let me know and I’ll give you an address and show you around my truck.

That's AWESOME, Dan !!! Being an O/O .. you HAVE that liberty!!! Auuuughh.. PLEASE PRESTON, COME BACK FOR ANNE! I'm being nice, haha...! GO MEET DAN! (If'n it's not too late. Would LOVE the pix of that!!!)

Thanks for trying, Dan.

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If you're serious about becoming a truck driver you'll find that a majority of this community are willing to overlook the past and give you the same excellent advice we offer everyone else who comes through here. In the past with your trolling and numerous name changes it's been disrespectful to everyone here. Not only has it taken precious time of our members that are willing to donate part of their 10 hours off to help rookies, but it also takes time away assisting new drivers because we don't tolerate false information here. If you have about a year left and are considering a career immediately after there are numerous members here who can explain how their transition went as well as what benefits you're eligible or what company accepts it.

Good luck.

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Mr. Rob T, do you respectfully happen to have any hard evidence to this effect?

"In the past with your trolling and numerous name changes it's been disrespectful to everyone here."

in America, we are generally presumed innocent until proven guilty.

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Todd,

Consistent theme and tone in all your posts. Such as military short timer. And one of your previous personas was John Preston Bailey.

Now you're Plumcrazy Preston.

You were located in Idaho but now are showing Oklahoma. Also have shown as located near Round Rock Texas.

Rob D. . . . any thoughts on his being 'moved around' via the military??? Is that a thing? I've no clue. Either that, or an IP bouncer...VOIP something or other; I'm not that techie, but my SON did it for a while...until he couldn't .. hubby put a stop to that. Just my 2 cents... like me trying to drag him out of the 'void' into TRUCKING related topics. Didn't get far, did I ??? Tried. . . ! Personally, I liked the TomCougar. Everyone on TTR did, also.

Carry on, guys..

Stay safe.

~ Anne ~!

OWI:

Operating While Intoxicated

Rob D.'s Comment
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Anne

I think that Todd does have some military experience probably driving a truck in Germany in the 90s, as he has mentioned before. But I don't think that his moving around now has anything to do with the military. I think he probably did his time in the Army and got out and he's just drawing on that experience to add life to his various personas.

He definitely spent some time on his graphics that he posted this time.

Somebody with a little bit too much time on their hands for the hobby of being a troll on Truckin Truth.

Anne A. (momcat)'s Comment
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Anne

I think that Todd does have some military experience probably driving a truck in Germany in the 90s, as he has mentioned before. But I don't think that his moving around now has anything to do with the military. I think he probably did his time in the Army and got out and he's just drawing on that experience to add life to his various personas.

He definitely spent some time on his graphics that he posted this time.

Somebody with a little bit too much time on their hands for the hobby of being a troll on Truckin Truth.

Thanks for that, Rob D. . . I really TRIED to be the 'peacemaker' as I often do. What you say, makes sense..

In a way, it's kinda sad . . .

~ Anne ~

Plumcrazy Preston's Comment
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Back in the basement, Troll!

I've only produced one original thread since I came on here. The true troll has diarrhea of the mouse and keyboard.

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