Slip seat vs assigned tractors.

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  1. road_runner

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    It's a P&D truck. The guy that usually runs it is weird as hell and is constantly hitting on me. I had to Lysol the truck before I drove off with it.
     
  2. Texas_hwy_287

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    Please define constantly hitting on you.o_O
     
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    saying he ain’t got no panties in through his briefcase satellite phone.
     
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    :biggrin_2554::biggrin_2555:
     
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  5. road_runner

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    Well, I guess everyone has their preference and he doesn't seem to fancy women. Nothing wrong with what people prefer since I believe everyone should be treated with dignity and respect.

    I think for me it's more of a professional boundary issue more than anything. I come to work and when I clock in, my only goals are to get all of my work done safely and to generate enough income to keep my lights on back home. Playing Love Connection at work is the last thing on my mind. And even still, if I wasn't already married I only fancy females.

    He is typically a very nice guy. Just wish he would quit asking me out.
     
  6. scott180

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    If you would not tolerate a man talking to a lady that way don't take it from him. Just because he is gay doesn't mean he is not required to have manners.
     
  7. MACK E-6

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    One way to stop that could be to mention that you are a proud owner of “military style assault weapons”.
     
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  8. road_runner

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    He really isn't all too terrible. He is more annoying than intrusive. I used to bump into him twice a week when we ran a parallel route and he would come over to my truck excessively happy to see me. I haven't seen him in five weeks since they changed up my route so it was funny when I ended up with his truck.

    I agree with one of the commentators that you wouldn't let someone get away with flirting with a girl at work. And him being the way he is shouldn't be a reason to let him get away with it. Not that it's an excuse, but when I was overseas (and even stateside) my military friends did some seriously questionable stuff. So I am mentally conditioned enough to not be shocked about certain things.

    Edit:. I think he is into guns as well. Last thing I need is for him to invite me to go shooting, cause I've never turned down a day at the range.
     
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