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PostPosted: Thu Dec 12, 2019 1:04 am    Post subject: Re: It might be you next time Reply to specific post Reply with quote

So because the lady decided to pass where it was unsafe it?s my fault ? Had the same thing happen moving a drill up Rkt road some idiot flew by me and ran another car off the road . You?d right you should think about acting on Monday like you do on Sunday ! Most of the time there isn?t room to move over safely when there is I?ll move until then take your own advice how much time did that lady save by trying to pass ? I guess she saved all of it she got off easy what about her family or her husband or boyfriend they won?t get to see her any time soon just because she couldn?t wait five more minutes what if it was 30 minutes ? Pretty sure she wishes she?d have waited now doesn?t she . You talk about acting like On Sunday what about all the peoples lives she ruined In her stupidity? What do you think goes through the farmers mind and his family ? She was damn selfish and so are you . We road equipment 65 miles one way on state highways we aren?t out there for a a joy ride or to make your precious life miserable . I?ll get over when I can if you want to pass or try risking my life to save 10 minutes go ahead but oh be sure and act on Monday like you do on Sunday
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 14, 2020 3:23 pm    Post subject: Re: It might be you next time Reply to specific post Reply with quote

I once met a "farmer" pulling a manual fold disk that wasn't folded up. Disk was well over the center line and he had room on the shoulder to move over, but didn't. I had to run off the side to avoid a bad accident and you wonder why people dislike farmers.
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