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Old 01-19-2013, 03:20 PM   #61
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Ok ill let you drive it but dont kill us lmao.
You would have to be ready to take the wheel at any given moment I chickened out.
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Old 01-19-2013, 03:21 PM   #62
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I own land near a game land. I have it leased out to a farmer. He has a nice pack of deer hounds. Every one of them wandered up to the farmland. They were left there by their owners. All of them had collars on with the owners name and phone number. When he called the owners to inform them he had found the dogs the owners said just keep them they were not coming to get them. Some of the dogs appear to be registered fox hounds/walkers. I hate to see people leave dogs like that. But I am also glad he has a fine pack of dogs. At least I get to deer hunt with dogs a few days each season. If my health was better I would stay down there and hunt the entire season.
What a jerk. But I'll bet he didn't have the dogs trained very well and couldn't retrieve them once they began to hunt.
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You would have to be ready to take the wheel at any given moment I chickened out.
No, if he let you drive bobtail, all he'd have to do if you wasn't goin over 10 mph or so is knock it into free float and pop the air valves and the truck will slide to a stop
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Old 01-19-2013, 04:22 PM   #64
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No, if he let you drive bobtail, all he'd have to do if you wasn't goin over 10 mph or so is knock it into free float and pop the air valves and the truck will slide to a stop
I think it'd be easier and safer having him within arm's reach of the controls.
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I think it'd be easier and safer having him within arm's reach of the controls.
That is in arms reach winds the red air valve is popped out and the air brakes lock. Free float is neutral. Ya I know what your sayin but if you bailed that's what he could do to stop the truck. No its probably not what he would do, but he COULD do so.
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Summer 2009. I was working pipeline out of Vivian, Louisiana, about an hour and a half from where I now live. On the highway between there and Atlanta, Texas, is the only time I've ever committed any kind of violent crime, or any violence for that matter, that wasn't done in self defense.

I saw a man in a car, oncoming lane of the two lane, lightly traveled state highway. He didn't even come to a stop to throw the dog, a spaniel breed, from his window. I watched the dog roll and tumble. My coworkers and I groaned. Then, as the idea crossed my mind, I swerved sideways, jack knifing my trailer and blocking his path.

I got out, and asked him what the hell happened. He said he "didn't want the stupid mutt". I dragged him from his car, and beat him. Then I put the dog down, who was horribly injured from being thrown from the car window. They bought me all the beer I could handle that night.

I was never charged. As far as I know, no one even looked for me. My truck and trailer were easily identifiable, and I was staying at the local roach motel less than 5 miles away, and it even stayed parked on the side facing the highway. It didn't even make it into the local paper. I stayed there for almost 2 more months.

And some of y'all think I'm heartless and get a hard on for killing innocent family pets.
I would h e wanted to do the same thing man. I just don't know if I would of. Nod of respect.
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Cats are the only animals that kill for no reason. Not so. the wolf is a master killing machine. He kills as much and often as he can. Just for fun.

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Old 01-19-2013, 05:03 PM   #68
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Cats are the only animals that kill for no reason. Not so. the wolf is a master killing machine. He kills as much and often as he can. Just for fun.
I do believe humans do that, too.
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That is in arms reach winds the red air valve is popped out and the air brakes lock. Free float is neutral. Ya I know what your sayin but if you bailed that's what he could do to stop the truck. No its probably not what he would do, but he COULD do so.
Spring brakes actually...
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Spring brakes????? Not since the 40's there cinder they ARE ALL AIR BRAKES NOW.
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