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Mackerel (Mike D.)'s Comment
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The reality of my life choices has been accelerated by life in a truck and in truck stops. I have come to the decision that I will be leaving the road for something less difficult on my body (back and neck) and my tinnitus. Thanks again for your support.

Old School's Comment
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Wow! That was an abrupt exit!

Hey Mike, we've enjoyed having you in here. We hope you have a prosperous journey in your next endeavor.

Mackerel (Mike D.)'s Comment
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Well I have some adult issues that can’t be handled from on the road. Both parents are in assisted living and injuries from my time in the service are coming back to haunt me.

Old School's Comment
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We completely understand Mike.

We are truckers. We know about life on the road. It isn't ideal at times. I had my elderly mom living in my home while I was on the road. Fortunately I had my great wife there who took excellent care of her. She passed away while I was on the road. There are some things that we just can't take care of the way we'd like while out here doing our jobs.

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