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Old 12-12-2010, 08:30 PM   #1
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well today i pulled to people out..of the ditch only got pics of one..lady spun around hit a dead deer and raped a bridge may be icy sighn....wasnt me takin pics i was busy fighting the sighn


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Old 12-12-2010, 08:50 PM   #2
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Give yourself a pat on the back. It'* a wonder why people who live in snowy climates magically forget how to drive in the snow every year.

Now, get them to join the forum and you may have a shot at Member of the Month.
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Nice. I do it alot but more just so I can get out myself. We have some city folks that know what our drive is like in the winter yet forget to do something in or on their cottage. A frozen snow packed drive 1/3 mile long at a grade of 15%+ is not the pace to take a 2WD vehicle. FWD or RWD.

BTW, there are no E'* in Samaritan, get FF and use it.
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Just returned from a quick trip from Huntsville to Nashville and back to Huntsville. Dozens of wrecks and cars in ditches on the icy/ snowy roads. No good Samaritans were spotted. I was driving the Bonny.
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Old 12-12-2010, 09:24 PM   #5
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THIS!!

is what i plan on doing after i get the mistress back!

however i have to watch it cause around here if a county mounty sees that ima be screwed if they wanna be a dick about it, cause idk about other states but in illinois if im caught pulling people out

im gonna be charged with "operation of an uninsured tow vehicle" *facepalm* its stupid but ive had a friend or two get caught with that ****, that doesnt mean however that im gonna get skeered and not pull people out

ima be all for it, i just gonna get me a good tow strap first
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Did You Save The Deer!!?!?!?! LOL
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Operation of uninsured tow vehicle my ***. I still pull people out with the Regal. I carry a long 2" wide truck strap in my trunk for that very purpose. If a cop decides to give me a hard time about it I'd seriously tell him to shove it or help this guy get out of the ditch himself. It annoys me that people who are trying to help get shafted like that.
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i agree bud!

i say go ahead nd right the ticket!
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Why did you have to save a Ford?

LOL j/k!

Good job dude.
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lol both cars i saved today were ford..both of them tauras'* and both of them women driving alone...lmao on the one that i have pics of two cops showed up and the lady asked that he didnt call a tow truck and let me pull her out he goes''pshh i don't care its up to you''

Umm no steve that deer wouldve been junk meat being hit twice....

i bought a 25 foot snag strap right before snow just for this reason

luckily this lady was right past a traffic light so i used the red light to my advantage and as soon as it went red me and 4-lo and pro comp 33'* gased it and literally had to rip her car off the post...but i got it done i like to help people

sorry for the inital apelling i was in a huge hurry i had to post this before iwent bowling and i was already late hehe
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