Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by dontoe, Mar 29, 2006.
Chuck Norris saw "England" and gave the semi a roundhouse kick.
Wind maybe? Gotta love England trucking Are they still around?
I never paid attention to what company flopped trucks belonged to until I sat on a Greyhound from Cheyenne to Lincoln surrounded by about 5 or 6 truck drivers... All trashing England and their lack of drivers who can keep the truck upright...
Since then, I pay attention to all the trucks I see lying on the side of the road after a good Wyoming wind storm... An average storm will give me about 5 trucks to look at on my way to and from work, even more if you go out of town in any direction... Anyway, I really do see a lot of England trucks on their side
Must of gotten tired.. needed 2 rest
Most of the big line trucking companies have to rely on unexperienced drivers to keep moving. I've talked to drivers who have seen a side of a trailer lift up in that wind. I drive a truck through Wyoming somewhat infrequently and I have to say that the wind up there can be scary. It doesn't help that the jetstream crosses over there frequently and most of your state is around 7000ft or higher. I never go farther your way than Wamsutter though.
Ha! England leaning on America....no change there then! Don't worry, Blair says he's retiring soon!
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