Watkins shepard

Discussion in 'Motor Carrier Questions - The Inside Scoop' started by sal, Aug 31, 2007.

  1. rednek

    rednek Light Load Member

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    ive gotta agree, like i told s2b i love driving its a "rush" and i love it BUT i also wanna see my kids grow up so when i got offeren the local position i jumped on it like a fat kid on cake, (or s2b on a couger) ANYWAYS, i miss the otr and would love to do it again when the tax write off's move out... :biggrin_255:
    nawlins i APPLOGIZE and hope that what ever u decide wrks out 4 u, :biggrin_25525:
    s2b the snow is melting on the west so u can come ferther then GA now #### it :biggrin_25522:oh and i prefer to call myself a team player not a cheerleader lmao
    backissore you make it sound like they're lizzerds, 4 the record i was a gentleman to my columbia lmao and them old dogs will work hard IF u treat theat them good..
     
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  3. Naw'lins Born

    Naw'lins Born Light Load Member

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    Red just did not read the post that's all. Once he learn that taking 15 minutes and back up is an bathroom break he'll be aulright.


    Now the recruiter s2b, he's a different story. Bitter if u ask me!!:biggrin_25516:
    He need to ask some day cabbers how it feel. I guess he thinks us day cabers run 200 miles a day. Reality is not his friend.:smt067:smt079
     
  4. Lynchmob

    Lynchmob Light Load Member

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    :yes2557::biggrin_2559:
     
  5. rednek

    rednek Light Load Member

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    lynch u what im talkin bout lmao:biggrin_25522:
     
  6. BackIsSore

    BackIsSore Road Train Member

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    It was 04' and I had a Columbia when it was brand new. Cant believe how time has flown by and now they're considered junk around there!

    Daycabbing feels good sitting at home today after a long day with a beer in hand and the lil' asian woman fixing me dinner.
     
  7. soon2betrucking

    soon2betrucking Road Train Member

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    :biggrin_2556::biggrin_2559::biggrin_25525::biggrin_25522:
     
  8. soon2betrucking

    soon2betrucking Road Train Member

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    back... im not going to say anything to you about you or about your daycabbing job... its great you run a day cab the same as our boy nawlins and out sweety rednek.. thats what you all want to do...
    if you had followed along back in june when nawlins and I were going at it pretty hard, or as dance asked us, " are we trying to see whos xxxx is bigger ",
    no hard feelins between nawlins and i... its nothig new... he knows hes gonna get something picked on me when he logs on...

    nawlins knows how it is....

    nawlins... i love you :biggrin_25523:
     
  9. Naw'lins Born

    Naw'lins Born Light Load Member

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    I don't love u man :smt067:smt066. We beefin:cya:
     
  10. Owner's Operator

    Owner's Operator Medium Load Member

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    A six year old truck is only junk when it was abused by steering wheel holders. I know an O/O with an 03 Columbia with about 1.1 million miles that drives like a new truck and has a mint exterior/interior.

    It just like with cars, you go down to the city and see 2 year old cars already all banged up and held togather with bungee cords and duct tape while on the other hand you see cars from the early 90's in mint shape.
     
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  11. BackIsSore

    BackIsSore Road Train Member

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    I've been driving long enough to know that O/O, but if it's a W/S truck of that age.. it's going to be abused!!! A lot of newbs get out of trucking as fast as they got into it. By now I'm sure the poor red thing has seen it's share of 1 month wonders grinding the piss out of those gears.

    In the early 2k W/S decided to hang onto it's 99'-00' Volvos for a few years without upgrading due to all the engine changes/economic savings. Around 05' they're all hanging on by a thread with some over a million miles. One thing though, if you were to pick it up from Missoula it'd look like new on the inside from whomever was cleaning them. Picking it up from a different terminal? Good Luck! I remember the time I found 19 pee bottles in a truck I had to transfer.
     
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