Until they run out of money.
They have already started plowing under crops.
Coronavirus gives Georgia vegetable farmers a tough row to hoe
What about all the Mideval armor they sell in there?
Two sayings come to mind,,
Never let a crisis go to waste.
Like pigs to the trough.
You really want a vane pump. Especially if your pumping fuel.
Some of our trucks have those Hydrachem pumps, they are nothing but trouble. Slow...
When it is all said and done it will be found that this virus has been in this country (and others) since November or December 2019.
I would get as far away from all the major cities!
Get to a small or medium sized town with a walk in clinic.
But, don’t just walk in! Call...
Get on that new fangled thing called the intranet and look up the state your going to. I’m pretty sure most states just transfer it over. And we...
All of those so-called safety devices like adaptive cruise does is increase complacency.
And complacency causes most accidents.
Trucking companies that will fail are those that would have failed even if there was no virus.
Many operate on the financial edge to begin with.
I have noticed ever since that show about tow trucks started on the Weather Channel they sure have gotten real uppity.
Not to mention that if you blow a tire at highway speed with duals that other tire can hold up the load until you can safely stop.
One advantage to super singles is it keeps the wheel makers busy. You have a blowout while loaded it normally eats up the wheel.
I drove a 1971 freightliner like that. The dual air intakes above the grill were like that for a number of years.
Either Tony Lamas or Justin boots.
Why not just take a little walk out into the woods??
Those teens had other issues.
The numbers say different.
What is going to happen next year when round two of the Wuhan flu hits?
Getting that long nosed Pete with that Great Dane refer into that drive thru at Jack in the Box kinda ticked off management!
Showers???? Who takes showers?
Wash your Adidas sweat pants when you get home. Good for another two weeks!