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dyslexic dog

Member Since 06 Jan 2004
Offline Last Active Feb 25 2017 03:34 AM
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In Topic: My newest project

17 February 2017 - 01:28 AM

Yeah, beautiful rutter!

 

Yeah but don't you need too rutters?


In Topic: Random PicThread

24 January 2017 - 12:01 AM

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Still there but the cars are not. North side of the Mackinaw bridge.


In Topic: Trying to figure this out, help.

17 January 2017 - 05:39 PM

I think that he gets the point now.


In Topic: My newest project

17 January 2017 - 12:28 PM

 

 

Oh, come on! Cut him some slack. 
 
We've all done this. Every single one of us. We don't like someone and, since we don't like them, everyone else must not like them too. We have all used this, tried to convince everyone that a particular person was evil, wrong, or just to be hated. 
 
We've all done this, when we were twelve.


Perry is still doing it every damn day.  Look how many hate me just because he says so.

 

 

Did you ever stop to think it might be simply because you are an asshole?

 

Shocked, shocked I tell you. I personally always believe what people tell me. Yeah right.


In Topic: 18 wheeler sideways in the snow

14 January 2017 - 03:15 AM

 

I live on the west coast of Michigan. We can have a clear sunny day and the wind will blow a cloud of lake effect snow across the land and in a matter of yards you can go to almost zero viability. Enter into that going 55 MPH and decide if you want to brake hard and have someone hit you from the back or keep going and hit someone in front of you.

I lived on the South shore of Lake Erie for 32 years  I have heard that excuse over and over again.  It is an infrequent occurrence and a bullshit excuse.  I have never, ever seen whiteout conditions suddenly spring up on a clear, sunny day.  If it was true and was the only cause of wintertime accidents the accident rate would plummet.  Also, it goes absolutely nowhere in explaining the vast amount of accidents that occur in relatively benign weather conditions.  I believe the reasons I cited in my post above explain the cause f most motor vehicle accidents.  I have been driving for more than 45 years in many different countries and weather conditions.  One time, years ago, I slid of an icy road while going about 20 mph, hit a small signpost and dented a fender.  That is the only accident I have ever had.  Somehow, I don't think my driving record is an accident.


driving a friend to Denver Airport back in Nov week before thanksgiving... going uphill eastbound on I70 witnessed a car carrier semi lose it going downhill westbound. There was already about a 20-30 car pileup near the bottom of Floyd Hill. the semi plowed into this mess. there were fatalities.     I'm continually amazed at the bravado stupidity of some drivers out here....

FIFY

 

 

Sorry Ed, the west shore of Lk Mich. does have that happen and it looks like a fog bank coming through. Not saying you should not slow down, but it can really change that fast.