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Old 06-08-2014, 02:21 PM   #57
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I'll say this as politely as possible for a old crab like me. IF YOU HAVE IT A TRUCK BROUGHT IT. Sal
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Old 06-08-2014, 02:22 PM   #58
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I'll say this as politely as possible for a old crab like me. IF YOU HAVE IT A TRUCK BROUGHT IT. Sal
Depends on where you live. Around New Orleans, they say that about barges, not trucks.
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Old 06-08-2014, 02:34 PM   #59
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I guess if you have waterfront property that would work too. Sal
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Old 06-08-2014, 03:55 PM   #60
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My last comment is....
Civilized people use toilets, unless you are camping. Why leave your waste intentionally where children might step in it.... come on, haven't we evolved past this?

If you need to piss in a jug, haul your lazy carcass inside and dump it in the head.

Do you pee on your driveway at home, then walk through it?
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Old 06-08-2014, 04:06 PM   #61
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If our rail transportation systems had not gone to pot, perhaps we'd only have to watch our step between the rails. It has always made way more sense to me to transport goods long distances by train.

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Old 06-08-2014, 04:40 PM   #62
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If our rail transportation systems had not gone to pot, perhaps we'd only have to watch our step between the rails. It has always made way more sense to me to transport goods long distances by train.

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Old 06-08-2014, 04:52 PM   #63
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Just got back from the Winn-Dixie. No tracks behind the store. Trains are a hazard and should be outlawed.
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Just make sure you don't pee on the third rail while barefooted standing on damp or wet ground....
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Old 06-08-2014, 05:37 PM   #65
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If our rail transportation systems had not gone to pot, perhaps we'd only have to watch our step between the rails. It has always made way more sense to me to transport goods long distances by train.

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Nothing in the quoted post says or was meant to imply goods should be transported short distances or directly to the recipient by rail. RTFP before you start telling me how dumb my idea is. If a driver has time and pee to fill a large bottle he has driven too far.

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Friendly and disgusting warning

Trains cannot carry fresh produce from California to Chicago before it spoils. A truck can carry the same produce directly from the field to the warehouse in a matter of days. Auto manufacturers rely on "just in time inventory" that places the parts they need on the loading dock exactly when they need them and sorted on the trailer in the order in which they need them. They do to cut down on expensive warehouse space. There is no way a train can do that. There isn't enough rail infrastructure available to take even a small portion of the freight off the highways. Trains are good for large heavy loads like coal which can be transported easily and more efficiently.
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HAHAHAHAHAHAH

If walking on dumped piss while wearing shoes is what you're worried about then you live a sheltered life. Seriously, this is the funniest thread I have read in a while. The next thread you're going to start is the danger of dogs taking craps at rest stops and the danger of stepping in crap.

Seriously, grow up. I wouldn't care if someone pissed on the ground and I stepped in it because I wear shoes when I walk around rest stops. I spent 7 months in Afghanistan, didn't have a shower for 5 of those months, crapped in a plastic bags for 7 months, and found cover in crap filled ditches numerous times while being shot at. You know what, those crap filled ditches were godsends and I got covered in stuff that would make a rest stop covered in piss look tame. I didn't get sick and I could care less.

It's a matter of perspective. If you're worried about it then pull off the side of the road and take a piss in your Airstream.

HHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH, I love to hear the complaints of sheltered people.
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Thank you for your service.....
Sounds like a tough time!
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HAHAHAHAHAHAH

HHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH, I love to hear the complaints of sheltered people.
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I had a neighbor warn me about the dangers of going bare footed and how I would get a ring worm. I am over 60 and have gone bare footed for my entire life, as a kid I ran down gravel covered country roads in 98 degree heat bare footed. If she had known how many cow patties I stepped in growing up she would have died, btw so far no ring worms. I did have my eye doctor tell me I had a black spot in my eye that came from chickenshit.
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I had a neighbor warn me about the dangers of going bare footed and how I would get a ring worm. I am over 60 and have gone bare footed for my entire life, as a kid I ran down gravel covered country roads in 98 degree heat bare footed. If she had known how many cow patties I stepped in growing up she would have died, btw so far no ring worms. I did have my eye doctor tell me I had a black spot in my eye that came from chickenshit.
Well, since this thread has already touched some touchy areas, it's not ringworm but pin worms that were the problem. I won't go into too much detail but they live a relatively long time and are pretty mobile. The invention of the outhouse was a huge improvement in prevention. Google it if you want more detail, but not at meal time
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