So, I Listen To Sirius Channel 128...

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Jerry's Comment
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It's a trucker's radio channel, interesting stuff. Late night, there's a program that's on that pairs two random drivers live on the air and they have a conversation. It's designed to pass the time at night.

One night, a couple guys started a conversation...

Guy 1: So what are ya haulin tonight? Guy 2: Ass. Guy 1: Huh? Guy 2: Did ya hear me? Guy 1: I dont think so. I asked what you were haulin. Guy 2. I said ass. I'm hauling ass. Guy 1: Oh. Guy 2: You dont know what that means? Guy 1: No I guess I dont.

I laughed for fifteen minutes at that.

guyjax(Guy Hodges)'s Comment
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It's a trucker's radio channel, interesting stuff. Late night, there's a program that's on that pairs two random drivers live on the air and they have a conversation. It's designed to pass the time at night.

One night, a couple guys started a conversation...

Guy 1: So what are ya haulin tonight? Guy 2: Ass. Guy 1: Huh? Guy 2: Did ya hear me? Guy 1: I dont think so. I asked what you were haulin. Guy 2. I said ass. I'm hauling ass. Guy 1: Oh. Guy 2: You dont know what that means? Guy 1: No I guess I dont.

I laughed for fifteen minutes at that.

128 The Road Dawg channel I have nick named the Trucker Complaint channel. Pretty much Al there is on there.

Dave D. (Armyman)'s Comment
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Actually, you can get some good information on some of the programs, like Landline Now.

Dave

guyjax(Guy Hodges)'s Comment
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Actually, you can get some good information on some of the programs, like Landline Now.

Dave

Yes it's an excellent source of trucking news but it stops being useful the second a caller driven show comes of and a drivers calls in. All complaints with zero solutions to any of the problems they are complaining about.

Daniel F.'s Comment
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I'll have to check this out. Still new to Sirius and the job in general.

Serah D.'s Comment
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Hi, do all trucks come with satellite radios or one has to purchase for one's self?

guyjax(Guy Hodges)'s Comment
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Hi, do all trucks come with satellite radios or one has to purchase for one's self?

You have to buy it youself

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