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Headless hula

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The material company loading that truck should be heald responsible and if there is an accident they will be
No, the moron that owns the truck should get every bit of whatever he has coming.

that’s the problem with this country. Be accountable for your actions. FFS….
 

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No, the moron that owns the truck should get every bit of whatever he has coming.

that’s the problem with this country. Be accountable for your actions. FFS….
I agree with you but they should never have loaded that truck and when there is an accident guess who they are coming after
 

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I agree with you but they should never have loaded that truck and when there is an accident guess who they are coming after
The driver, the company he works for, the loader, Ford, the manufacturer of the drywall, the mill that cut the wood, the strap company, the refinery that made the gas in the truck...
 

paradise

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The material company loading that truck should be heald responsible and if there is an accident they will be
No, the moron that owns the truck should get every bit of whatever he has coming.

that’s the problem with this country. Be accountable for your actions. FFS….
Apparently something wrong with me, I could only think of how far you could carry a wheelie :)
 

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The material company loading that truck should be heald responsible and if there is an accident they will be
Driver is responsible for their load. Laws lay that out pretty clearly. Those loading it could likely hold some civil responsibility though
 

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Look like a grom
It is. The venerable 125cc Honda grom. It’s been nothing short of a workhorse since I bought it in January. Minimum of 65 mpg, and hauls cases of beer from the store to my bar fridge. 😎
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How many vehicles have you owned that you can drive as fast as they will go and not get a ticket? 🤣🤣
 

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It is. The venerable 125cc Honda grom. It’s been nothing short of a workhorse since I bought it in January. Minimum of 65 mpg, and hauls cases of beer from the store to my bar fridge. 😎 View attachment 1050308

How many vehicles have you owned that you can drive as fast as they will go and not get a ticket? 🤣🤣
Friend of mines Son and his friends were doing a bunch of trick stuff to those a few years back.
 

mjc

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It is. The venerable 125cc Honda grom. It’s been nothing short of a workhorse since I bought it in January. Minimum of 65 mpg, and hauls cases of beer from the store to my bar fridge. 😎 View attachment 1050308

How many vehicles have you owned that you can drive as fast as they will go and not get a ticket? 🤣🤣
I cruise mine and get 120+ mpg. Max speed in havasu is 35.
 

RiverDave

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The graves of a Catholic woman and her Protestant husband, who were not allowed to be buried together. On the Protestant part of this cemetery J.W.C van Gorcum, colonel of the Dutch Cavalry and militia commissioner in Limburg is buried. His wife, lady J.C.P.H van Aefferden is buried in the Catholic part. They were married in 1842, he was a protestant and didn’t belong to the nobility.

This caused quite a commotion in Roermond. After being married for 38 years the colonel died in 1880 and was buried on the protestant part of the cemetery against the wall. His wife died in 1888 and had decided not to be buried in the family tomb but on the other side of the wall, the closest she could get to her husband. Two clasped hands connect the graves across the wall.
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