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Old 09-14-2007, 05:43 AM
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I saw these two at a truckstop we were working on in 2003.
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Old 09-14-2007, 06:18 AM
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I saw these two at a truckstop we were working in 2003.
Cuda,,, Your not working the back row of the truck stops are you???
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Old 09-14-2007, 07:24 AM
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Cuda,,, Your not working the back row of the truck stops are you???
We were doing the tile in an Arby's we put in there.
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I almost wish you had not posted that. Already PO'ed because the Gov. blows God knows how much on that boat. Now even more PO'ed knowing they didn't find a good enough crew to figure out how to use it properly.
At least here we can see where the money went instead of some politician's or corporation's pocket!
When certain Fed. money is allocated, it has to be spent or lost by the end of the year. We have gotten some Fed. assistance on my volunteer first aid squad through the Homeland Security Acts and had to use it before the end of the year.
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They trailer nicely too! (Tax dollarstruly at work; Democratic style.)
at least they trimed the drives up, would hate to pay for the prop repair.....
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Boat was dropped by maintenance contractor not the agents who run it.
Even the Space Shuttle is built by the lowest bidder!

They must have put a coat of Speed-Kote on the bottom, and sprayed the bunks with Liquid Rollers.
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On land there is back up within a minute with a quick shout on the radio. On the water, unless you have more boats out, there may be no back up to be had.
Excellent point!!!!!!!!!!!!! If you've ever encountered a well armed smuggler or other azzbag on the water, you would understand.

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