worst states to pull doubles out of

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  1. kidz bop

    kidz bop Light Load Member

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    meh or best states. whatever.
     
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  3. blairandgretchen

    blairandgretchen Road Train Member

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    Is it just me, or is there a rash of weird questions occurring in the LTL section lately?
     
  4. ZVar

    ZVar Road Train Member

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    It's just hopeful eyes got banned so all the fluff posts are gone making all the others noticeable. :)
     
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  5. MACK E-6

    MACK E-6 Moderator Staff Member

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  6. McUzi

    McUzi Road Train Member

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    NY state. Because you will be on the crummiest stretches of poorly maintained interstate in New England (I-84) at some point.
     
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  7. buddyd157

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    which was why, come "bidding time", i got off my Newburgh, NY run, and back onto the Elizabeth, NJ run....

    I-84, was just not for me in the winters with pups.

    i stood better long life chances on I-95..!!!
     
  8. McUzi

    McUzi Road Train Member

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    I f'n hated when I was on a Newburgh bid. Much happier screwing up and down 95 when I was bidded to Newark, plus there were so many different options to get off the highway around an accident, construction or shutdown in comparison to 84.
     
  9. Banker

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    Personally I always hated the Californian to Hawaii bid. The first part was sandy and then it was wet for miles. Finally it was sandy again and slightly Mountainous. Other than that it was ok.
    Yes my response was slightly ridiculous, but oh well so is the post.
     
  10. blairandgretchen

    blairandgretchen Road Train Member

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    Well I capitalized on that run you refused to take.

    Inflated the tires to 300 PSI, then found a herd of whales to tow me in. Took the odd nap along the way.

    Gravy run.
     
  11. Banker

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    That is exactly why you are doing so well today. You never give up regardless how large the obstacles are.
     
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