President’s Mandate Given Earlier Today

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Mikey B.'s Comment
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"I didn't like Trump as a person and don't want him to run again but I DID like most of his policies. He actually put America first like he said he would and its sad to see the current administration putting America last."

"Trump was mean and I don't like him." Oh, boo...hoo.... Which was more important to you; An America - first President who had mean tweets, or a shambles of a Country?

Wow Don, reading comprehension not your strong suit eh? Thats 👌 I'm sure you're probably good at math or something else.

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Don's Comment
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My reading comprehension is just fine. I quoted what you stated, or did I not read where you said you "did not like Trump as a person"? And my Math skills are just fine.

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Damn. You would think I would get the quotes function by now! lol

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"I didn't like Trump as a person and don't want him to run again but I DID like most of his policies. He actually put America first like he said he would and its sad to see the current administration putting America last."

"Trump was mean and I don't like him." Oh, boo...hoo.... Which was more important to you; An America - first President who had mean tweets, or a shambles of a Country?

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Wow Don, reading comprehension not your strong suit eh? Thats 👌 I'm sure you're probably good at math or something else.

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.
Mikey B.'s Comment
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And again, you are wrong. You quoted what I stated then added, also in quote marks, and I quote, "Trump was mean and I don't like him" which I did not say. YOU added that part yourself because you failed to comprehend what I said and then went on to add the very snide "oh boo hoo" . Then you came back to reply that you quoted what I said even though you added your own take, in quotation marks, insinuating it was my comment. Nor did I mention mean tweets, thats YOUR hangup not mine.

This is what is wrong with politics today. I can NOT like the messenger but still like the message. You however seem to have been offended by that and had to make your displeasure known by dropping the underhanded comment.

I can remember back in the "good old days" when we could just agree to disagree without having to be rude and condescending toward each other.

I bear no ill will toward you and don't hold your comments against you as you know not what you do. It's truly sad what politics have done to us.

My reading comprehension is just fine. I quoted what you stated, or did I not read where you said you "did not like Trump as a person"? And my Math skills are just fine.

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Damn. You would think I would get the quotes function by now! lol

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"I didn't like Trump as a person and don't want him to run again but I DID like most of his policies. He actually put America first like he said he would and its sad to see the current administration putting America last."

"Trump was mean and I don't like him." Oh, boo...hoo.... Which was more important to you; An America - first President who had mean tweets, or a shambles of a Country?

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Wow Don, reading comprehension not your strong suit eh? Thats 👌 I'm sure you're probably good at math or something else.

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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.
RealDiehl's Comment
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I can remember back in the "good old days" when we could just agree to disagree without having to be rude and condescending toward each other.
It's truly sad what politics have done to us.

You make a good point there, Mike. Politics though may only be half the problem. Social media and the inability to discuss things face to face make it far too easy to misinterpret what a person is trying to say. People are obviously also quicker to insult another person if they are not standing next to each other.

You can see how the lack of interpersonal contact affects behavior on the road too. A vehicle hesitates or inconveniences another driver and the other driver may make rude gestures or yell insults. He/she may even fly into a rage and become reckless. If the same thing happens in a supermarket with two people pushing carts, both are more likely to quickly apologize and smile and go about their shopping. No insults or rude gestures exchanged. No road rage in the supermarket aisles🤣

Turtle's Comment
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I'm with Mikey on this one.

No, I don't like Trump either, as a person. As a businessman however, he was awesome.

I didn't need to like the guy. I just needed him to run my country, and he was doing a fine job of that, unlike the current doddering old fool.

I can NOT like the messenger but still like the message.

Indeed

Mikey B.'s Comment
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Speak of the devil.. look who is stopped in traffic next to me. Had a bad nose job looks like.

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Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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I will not be vaccinating, and most likely will not be testing.

IF I can do the mouth swan, and IF the company pays (that is not the case currently with companies already mandating vaccination, EVEN the ones that have their own testing equipment. The employee has to pay) I MIGHT do the testing.

I already tried to sign up for social security but the site was down. Going to go try again now.

I’ve done a LOT of research on covid and vaccination. The CDC treatment protocol is to send the patient home and “monitor” until breathing is difficult, then treat with remdesvir, then intimate, then most likely death. Despite monoclonal antibodies being available and on hospital shelves, they are rarely being used for early treatment which would prevent most hospitalization. Also despite doctors around the world having success with a drug ****tail which includes among other things Ivermectin and hydro chloroquine. But if you mention either of those on social media it is deleted or you are banned, and the FDA, media, and CDC are all purposely misleading people into believing it is only a livestock medication (Ivermectin).

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Moe's Comment
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I’m with you except I can’t file for SS, not lying for the testing, I’m not giving up any of my lifestyle to do so and I’m not getting vaccinated, I tire of the “this is your civic duty as an American bull crap line” , they can pay or they can figure out how to put another butt in the seat….

I will not be vaccinating, and most likely will not be testing.

IF I can do the mouth swan, and IF the company pays (that is not the case currently with companies already mandating vaccination, EVEN the ones that have their own testing equipment. The employee has to pay) I MIGHT do the testing.

I already tried to sign up for social security but the site was down. Going to go try again now.

I’ve done a LOT of research on covid and vaccination. The CDC treatment protocol is to send the patient home and “monitor” until breathing is difficult, then treat with remdesvir, then intimate, then most likely death. Despite monoclonal antibodies being available and on hospital shelves, they are rarely being used for early treatment which would prevent most hospitalization. Also despite doctors around the world having success with a drug ****tail which includes among other things Ivermectin and hydro chloroquine. But if you mention either of those on social media it is deleted or you are banned, and the FDA, media, and CDC are all purposely misleading people into believing it is only a livestock medication (Ivermectin).

HOS:

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HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
PackRat's Comment
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I will not be vaccinating, and most likely will not be testing.

IF I can do the mouth swan, and IF the company pays (that is not the case currently with companies already mandating vaccination, EVEN the ones that have their own testing equipment. The employee has to pay) I MIGHT do the testing.

I already tried to sign up for social security but the site was down. Going to go try again now.

I’ve done a LOT of research on covid and vaccination. The CDC treatment protocol is to send the patient home and “monitor” until breathing is difficult, then treat with remdesvir, then intimate, then most likely death. Despite monoclonal antibodies being available and on hospital shelves, they are rarely being used for early treatment which would prevent most hospitalization. Also despite doctors around the world having success with a drug ****tail which includes among other things Ivermectin and hydro chloroquine. But if you mention either of those on social media it is deleted or you are banned, and the FDA, media, and CDC are all purposely misleading people into believing it is only a livestock medication (Ivermectin).

+1

Completely the same feelings for me, except signing up for SS.

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Pianoman's Comment
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I'm so ****ed about it I don't even know where to start. I feel like I don't even have a voice.

The whole premise of mandating the vaccine is "we care about people and don't want people to die" but most (not all mind you) of the people saying that have an attitude of "if you disagree with me you're uneducated and can go to hell." This also coming from the people that will bend over backwards for minorities but don't care about the minorities that the vaccine may hurt. I'm one of the majority of middle ground people who are literally just a little concerned about the vaccine because we are wary of the long term effects since we don't actually know what they are. If the vaccine was actually effective in preventing covid and if some time passed and we saw that it is pretty safe long term probably most people would get it anyways because we're all sick and tired of all this covid crap. I literally go back and forth on whether I'm going to get it or not...I'm not even against the vaccine. Literally this vaccine is not effective in preventing covid which means it is also ineffective in achieving herd immunity so why the mandate? If I'm going to get and spread covid regardless of my vaccination status why do you even care? It's all virtue signaling and ignorance at it's finest. I'm so done.

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