Took One For The Team!!

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Kandyman's Comment
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I wish I could mark up the pic. He was leaving. He was exiting at the right rear of pic. He took left up beside tera janelle. A right goes into residential neighborhood. A lot of traffic thru there to the residential neighborhood. A lot of fast driving jerks. Also a lot of people use the starbucks and bank area to shortcut into the neighborhood. I live behind there. Coming at him were several cars. Hmmm around 6:15 pm I think. He had trouble taking a left at corner of building. He could have made it but cars were paying no attention. This is his second left. Right at front corner! Where the bush is. Dogleg(?) to right into bank lot area. Its a tight lot. Starbucks usually has line up to the main road. I honestly dont know how they get around that building to the back. I have only been behind it a few times. Coming around from left side I am not sure is possible. Cant remember. It occurred at the area right ahead of the car thats parallel to tera janelle. Or right above at the crazy corner. Above the actual words tera janelle. Most of the deliveries there are early am. Or after 10pm.

Bruce K.'s Comment
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If I were you (based on experience) , I would stop digging the hole deeper and just let this thread die. Stop trying to defend yourself, learn from the experience and we can all move on to new and more realistic things.

Kandyman's Comment
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Not digging a hole. He posted aerial view. I explained. Yea wish it would die. And I wish the bats would quick circling. My attorney hasnt noticed them yet. We are in bat country.

Bruce K.'s Comment
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Well, there you go again. Dig, did , dig.

Matty Z.'s Comment
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Left my shovel in bat country.

Anne A. (G13Momcat)'s Comment
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Left my shovel in bat country.

AKA: ttr ?!?!?

(Sorry, just had to, peeps!)

~ A ~

Don's Comment
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"My attorney hasn't noticed them yet." LMFAO! The only bats are those in your belfry.

Not digging a hole. He posted aerial view. I explained. Yea wish it would die. And I wish the bats would quick circling. My attorney hasnt noticed them yet. We are in bat country.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Old J.'s Comment
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Between this thread, and one a couple of days ago about "the cultists in the rolling roadblocks", Methinks the medical examiners should start asking simple questions before they Issue the DOT Med Cert.

"how long has it been since you jumped on the hood of a moving vehicle and shouted obscenities at the driver?"

"when was the last time you saw devilish cultists roaming the streets trying to ruin peoples lives?"

"how often are you getting involved in loud altercations with strangers?"

DOT:

Department Of Transportation

A department of the federal executive branch responsible for the national highways and for railroad and airline safety. It also manages Amtrak, the national railroad system, and the Coast Guard.

State and Federal DOT Officers are responsible for commercial vehicle enforcement. "The truck police" you could call them.

Texun88's Comment
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Wondering why the word Attorney appeared in this thread....

.WTF

This might be more bizzare the the Rolling Roadblocks thread

Old J.'s Comment
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Wondering why the word Attorney appeared in this thread....

.WTF

This might be more bizzare the the Rolling Roadblocks thread

This one for sure garnered much more attention than the other one. I feel like we all read the roadblock thread and said "now back out of the room slowly, don't make eye contact. I think their vision is based on movement."

This one started out weird, then it was funny, then it got uncomfortable. Now its funny again.

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