Keep it down, punk.
Keep it down, punk.
Indeed, sorry, and thank you!
Actually what could save Harley is making mobility scooters for their aging fanbase to ride on inside of the Walmart.
Roy Wort’s cotomer sevis manger.
It’s like the love child of a late 80s lincoln mark VIII and the 6000 SUX from robocop.
You forgot one of the more memorable ones.
The wording on that sign is not the best. Saying that they must turn is not as good as a simple halt command. Overheight is technical jargon that takes a few seconds for the average schlub to parse, it should really be a simple “Halt! Too Tall. Will Crash.” which is much more helpful because it is a lower reading age.… Read more
I’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again: “Overheight. Must Turn” is not an easily understood message. “Halt! Too Tall. Will Crash.” is both simpler (for the dumber people out there) and much more direct and helpful. By the time the average schlub has parsed what overheight means or where to turn, they’ve already… Read more
Over the years they’ve added more and more equipment to stop people from hitting the bridge. Stupidity keeps winning the fight, however.
I prefer the ones with RVs that shave off the roof vents, the A/C, the toilet vent pipe, the roof rack, a couple bicycles...
It’s no longer the Can Opener, it’s more of just a Truck Zester. It takes off just enough that if you made a LaCroix flavor with it, people would say “This tastes like shit...and a little truck.” Read more
how come no one has ever thought about adding a third camera positioned directly in front of the bridge ideally positioned to capture a driver’s face reaction at the moment of the crash???
YOU’RE JUST A HYUNDAI SHORT
When did “working in” go out of fashion? 10-15 years ago, it wasn’t even an issue. Now if I go up to someone who has been on equipment after I’ve gone through a 3x10 somewhere else and hit them with a “Do you mind if I work in?”, I tend to get hit with a “I only have x sets left” response that is tantamount to an… Read more