The advantages of being an O/O

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  1. kajidono

    kajidono Road Train Member

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    Course then we had to figure out which amish guy with a muscle driven sawmill out back I'd brought the load from when I got unloaded at the pallet shop. Turns out there's a lot of them and very few of them have phones, names for their operation, or even street addresses. That's ok though, I'll haul for those guys anytime.
     
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  3. steelersfan

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    Doesn't ATS have a big account for Trane in Pueblo? I've heard it's closed, then I heard it's still open...
     
  5. notarps4me

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    Chances are his name was eli...:biggrin_2559:
     
  6. kajidono

    kajidono Road Train Member

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    Something like that. Or John Smith.
     
  7. notarps4me

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    I have hauled a lot of lumber into and out of menonites/ amish seems like every one of them was eli something...:biggrin_2559:
     
  8. eckz

    eckz <strong>"Radio Rambo"</strong>

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    When i was with TMC i delivered a load of hay to some amish farm in BFE, these kids came out and literally unloaded me with some rope and pullies in the barn... the funniest part is that they did it faster than someone at a dairy farm would have with real equipment.

    Nice kids, too.
     
  9. Working Class Patriot

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    That might be where the saying "No flies on you" came from.....
    My mother-in-law was from Rockledge and a couple years ago she flew us all back there....
    We toured around Lancaster County and spent a day around the Amish....
    If they were allowed to drive trucks...I would hire them all.....
     
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