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Old 07-15-2008, 05:47 PM   #11
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Sure love your "devil"
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Old 07-15-2008, 05:47 PM   #12
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I concur!!

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You look like such a tough guy, but we know the truth..you're a big softy!
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Old 07-15-2008, 07:02 PM   #13
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Now that was interesting! I've never seen that part of the country. It's certainly flat!
That's the great thing about this country, you have just about every kind of land imaginable out here.

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I didn't know there were so many rules like that. It seems here in CA we see trucks on the road 24/7.
Typically trucks can run any time of day. When hauling over sized loads though you are normally not allowed to run after dark for safety reasons. Some dummy might run into the overhang.

What's crazy is I always have to make sure I sign my over size permits in the right color ink. Some states require blue, some red, some black, and at least one I know of requires green. It's nuts.

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Old 07-15-2008, 07:04 PM   #14
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Have you ever seen that Wild Bird Reserve in Nebraska? That is a site to behold, especially in the spring: a woman who worked there told us we had passed by, or been overflown by a half million birds.
Yep, I know exactly where you're talking about.
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These are great! I always secretly wanted to live this life... I'm vertically challenged and could never drive a big rig but what a way to see this country...

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Mason (Insert middle name) (Insert last name)!!! You smoke!?!?!? I'm so disappointed in you!
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Mason (Insert middle name) (Insert last name)!!! You smoke!?!?!? I'm so disappointed in you!
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But you look like you take fairly good care of yourself, so I was just surprised I guess.
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Originally Posted by Knitting_Guy View Post
What's crazy is I always have to make sure I sign my over size permits in the right color ink. Some states require blue, some red, some black, and at least one I know of requires green. It's nuts.
That is probably one of the dumbest things I've ever heard. And green?? I hope they provide pens. Most of us have a blue and black and maybe a red one, but green??
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Time to get one of these .. 4-in-1 pens... blue, black, red & GREEN


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What's crazy is I always have to make sure I sign my over size permits in the right color ink. Some states require blue, some red, some black, and at least one I know of requires green. It's nuts.
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