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Vacp:

I doubt that who ever is telling you this is telling you the whole story. I have talked with truck drivers, two if the men my father serves in the national guard with are truck drivers and the only way they can make ends meet (40k) is to always be on the road.

These two men entered the trucking industry in the 80s and thus have enough pull and experience to not be trapped by the owner operator scams. They are also forced to pay the fines out of pocket and do interstate runs.

Local jobs are far and too few between.

The checks on their logs exceedingly detailed and even their companies use GPS to monitor how many miles the truck covers in a given time. This is done to ensure the legal requirements of rest times and the speed the truck moves.

If you speed and the companies GPS sees this (and it will) you are fined from the company, which doubles as a write up so the company may terminate your employment after three write ups.

As you must have your cargo at the depot on time, or be forced to wait days for a dock to clear so you can dock and clear out your cargo quickly... You are under pressure to be there without excuse.

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Robert you are wrong about that. I have told you that my Father and Uncle were truck drivers. He was home every night. Their are things called local runs. Now there are quite a few that are OTR but not all. And you do not have to buy the truck from the company you are working for or have it serviced with them.As far as being late. You can be late they have that figured into the routes.Running into trouble on the road may cost you money for being late and missing a load that you could have made money on but they will not fire you for something beyond your control. I still have two cousins that are in the trucking industry so this is up to date info not from 30 years ago.And I do know several OTR drivers. They make over 80K a year. Yes it is a bad job as far as I am concerned and would not want to do it but they really like to be on the road and travel. Just because you don't want to do that type of work does not make it a bad job. I would not want to sit at a desk all day but I know other people that do and I don't say it is a bad job it's just not for me.

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Sadly that nut job trucker from PA is a man from the hazle area. I do not know of him or him, but I read about his stupidity in the local paper.

I will say this, the trucking industry is hard work. If you are a owner operator... You are never home as you must pay off the loan with the company you work for. (bought the truck from) you pay your own fines, (the police will almost always find something to fine you for) can only obtain maintenance from the trucking company you bought the truck from and can never be late. (traffic doesn't matter.) and you must have a 6-8 hour rest period ever 10-14 hours.

If you are such a trucker, you might as well own nothing but the truck.

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The charging affidavit made public at the KC dood's arraignment paints the picture of a conspiracy nut who was convinced that people were out to get him after he discovered and exposed the black market for human body parts. He wrote a book about it titled "Missing Pieces."

The affidavit also quoted his ex-wife describing him as "extremely delusional, anti-government and felt the government was spying on him with drones."

Sounds like some of the peeps in the forums. Except, this guy was all over the place, with no coherent political position that could be deemed right or left. 

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It's seems as though the West, Texas (a slightly confusing name for a town) plant explosion is a genuine accident, as apparently it began as a small fire while escalated for some time prior to the explosion. There were few people in the plant as it had been evacuated due to the fire.

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Waco. I had business there during the Branch Davidian standoff, and happened to stay at the same hotel where the daily press briefings were held. I watched the Final Four in the hotel bar with some media types and DOJ folks from Washington. 

One day I took a drive out to the Mount Carmel area just to see. It was a zoo. Little camps and clumps of wackos had sprung up everywhere. Survivalists. Camo-clad militiamen. Holy rollers. And a small smattering of ATF supporters. 

One group supporting their prophet Kouresh was trying to turn a profit by selling tee shirts at a roadside stand. I remember one, spelling out WACO this way: We Ain't  Coming Out

A couple of weeks later revealed just how prophetic they were. 

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I've been to Tupelo MS many times on business. Nice town. Seems like a lot of enlightened people there. Once you get outside the city into the rural areas, you're on your own. (Although, there are rumors of a highly educated couple in nearby Saltillo, with a wife who cums hard when a big cock is fucking her ass). 

The rural south is filled with interesting people. Most seem to be pretty decent folks who would help a neighbor out; some are pretty far out there. 

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Paul Kevin Curtis and the Weird History of Domestic Ricin Terrorism

.... There have actually been several domestic ricin plots in recent years, none involving jihadists and most the work of antigovernment radicals. Not that any have come close to executing a successful attack: in late 2011, for example, federal agents arrested four Georgia men with militia ties whose plans included bombmaking and killing government officials with ricin. “This is worse than anthrax,” one of them reportedly boasted. “There ain’t no cure for it either.” The men, all in their 60s and 70s, were busted before they even began brewing the substance, which experts said they likely would have been unable to use on the mass scale of their imagination anyway.

This compilation of ricin-related cases reveals numerous other motley characters caught seeking or trying to use ricin: Denys Ray Hughes, a Phoenix survivalist nabbed trying to manufacture ricin in 2006; James Kenneth Gluck of Tampa, who planned to kill federal judges in 1999 and was found with ricin ingredients, recipes and lab equipment; Debora Green, an oncologist who tried to kill her husband by surreptitiously feeding him mail-ordered castor beans; and four members of the radical antitax Minnesota Patriots Council, nabbed after they ordered a ricin kit by mail from an ad in a militia magazine.

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One person who has delivered ricin and gotten away with it is someone who goes by the name Fallen Angel. In late 2003 authorities discovered two ricin-laced letters sent by someone using that name, one addressed to the Transportation Department and one to the Bush White House. The letters had a peculiar axe to grind, complaining about pending new regulations on the trucking industry requiring more rest hours for long-haul truckers. “If you change the hours of service on January 4, 2004, I will turn D.C into a ghost town,” warned the author, who described himself as the owner of a tanker-truck fleet company. Fortunately, his ricin was of a relatively nonlethal grade, and no one was sickened. But the FBI still posted a reward of up to $100,000 for him, though he was never caught.

For a moment this week it appeared that Fallen Angel might have returned. The ricin letters to Obama and Wicker were both postmarked in Tennessee, as was Fallen Angel’s letter to the Bush White House. It happens that long-haul regulations are scheduled to tighten this summer. And, bizarrely enough, a Pennsylvania man was arrested outside the White House last week after threatening to detonate a truck bomb there over his anger about — you guessed it — trucking regulations.

It doesn’t appear that Curtis is Fallen Angel. There’s no indication that his letters, both reported to contain the phrase “to see a wrong and not expose it is to become a silent partner to its continuance,” made reference to trucking. Both were signed with his initials. Or, more accurately: “I am KC and I approve this message.”

Say this for Fallen Angel: he was smart enough not to reveal his initials. And in the hapless world of America’s would-be ricin killers, that may pass for genius.

swampland.time. com/2013/04/17/yemenis-militias-and-angry-truck-drivers-the-strange-story-of-ricin-as-a-terror-tool/?iid=sl-main-lead

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From his hometown paper...as you can see....Republicans run as democrats to avoid having to run in a primary...such is the case with this Mayor

While Shelton has yet to secure an endorsement from the Democratic candidate for mayor in 2009, Doyce Deas, the East Tupelo resident has picked up support from one of the former Republican candidates.

One of Elvis’ cousins and Republican candidate for mayor during the last city election, James R. Presley, appeared at Shelton’s campaign headquarters grand opening to offer his support. When Presley lost in the Republican primary in 2009, he endorsed Republican Jack Reed Jr., who won and decided not to seek reelection.

• In local elections, traditional thinking says political party labels mean less. Carol Pitts said she and her mayoral candidate husband have even voted in the Democratic primary. They supported Lee County Sheriff Jim Johnson when he ran as a Democrat.

Read more: Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal - Election notebook Mayoral candidates thought of politics early

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I read that on Twitter a bit ago...

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