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Old 01-30-2014, 07:29 PM   #51
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There were pallets of rock salt at Walmart, had they been spread on the bridges they would have opened 2 days ago. How much fuel, time, lost work hours were there????
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There were pallets of rock salt at Walmart, had they been spread on the bridges they would have opened 2 days ago. How much fuel, time, lost work hours were there????

Who was going to spread it? A bunch of guys in pickup trucks with shovels?



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Trying to justify hard freeze preparedness is about the most ridiculous thing I've ever seen.

It literally happens every 20 years... I for one enjoyed the 3 days off work.

Cry me a river,
Build me a bridge,
Wait for that shit to thaw,
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Trying to justify hard freeze preparedness is about the most ridiculous thing I've ever seen.

It literally happens every 20 years... I for one enjoyed the 3 days off work.

Cry me a river,
Build me a bridge,
Wait for that shit to thaw,
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Yeah yeah...

This thread just blows my mind... it was 2 days... 2 days.

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There were pallets of rock salt at Walmart, had they been spread on the bridges they would have opened 2 days ago. How much fuel, time, lost work hours were there????
First off I doubt every walmart in the area had enough to even do 3 mile bridge much less all the other bridges around.

How do you expect them to spread it? Get all the snow plows and salt spreaders the county has in storage.

If they did have this equipment you'd be bitching that it was a waste of taxpayers money.

If they didn't close the bridges who's hand are covered in blood? Yours or the county's and states.

You have zero clue what you are talking about so do us all a favor and stop clicking on this thread.
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First off I doubt every walmart in the area had enough to even do 3 mile bridge much less all the other bridges around.

How do you expect them to spread it? Get all the snow plows and salt spreaders the county has in storage.

If they did have this equipment you'd be bitching that it was a waste of taxpayers money.

If they didn't close the bridges who's hand are covered in blood? Yours or the county's and states.

You have zero clue what you are talking about so do us all a favor and stop clicking on this thread.
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This thread just blows my mind... it was 2 days... 2 days.

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I went to get a part for my fridge this afternoon--not joking--and a guy from Michigan asked me how the roads were.



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There are condoms at Walmart too. Please use them.
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My Dad said Gulf shores was spreading sand on some roads.
Said you could plant potatoes in some areas now.
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