Wally World Wanderings - and still the only 20 thread you need to read.

Discussion in 'Hey Driver, What's Your 20?' started by Sinister, Oct 16, 2016.

  1. Tazz

    Tazz Infidel Supporter

    He has to have designer jeans:nails:
     
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  2. Sinister

    Sinister Smartass Emeritus Supporter

    Compared the Eddie Bauer jeans to my Walmart Wranglers.

    Huge difference.
     
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  3. dchawk81

    dchawk81 Well-Known Member

    That's your ass.
     
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  4. rigjockey

    rigjockey Token Canadian.

    Those would be my wedding and funeral jeans. The rest of my jeans are Walmart wranglers:D
     
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  5. dchawk81

    dchawk81 Well-Known Member

    Okay so unlike our polar redneck RJ, I do have a suit for sad occasions like weddings and funerals but I also have cheapo jeans for when they're likely to get screwed up and better jeans for basically those other 3 minutes of the week.

    But they were still only like $30 not $60+
     
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  6. rigjockey

    rigjockey Token Canadian.

    Out in Holly would, Ca. They pay like $300.00 for your ripped,torn and greasy jeans:thumbsup:
     
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  7. dchawk81

    dchawk81 Well-Known Member

    Wonder if they'd pay $350 if I included the BO.
     
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  8. Tazz

    Tazz Infidel Supporter

    Judging from the emanations from those tofu farting, latte pissing fruit loops out there they would think it was a fragrance by Clive Christian.
     
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  9. Sinister

    Sinister Smartass Emeritus Supporter

    Beaver Dam. :mad:

    470 miles today and I had to cut my day short because they gave me Lake Geneva.

    87 miles, TWO HOURS 18 minutes travel time and no place to stop in between.

    :mad:

    Then a load in Hammond, so hooray for Chicago on a Friday.

    :mad:

    Running for this D.C. blows.

    I guess when they built it they figured it was centrally located to serve Madison, Milwaukee, Green Bay, etc.

    Problem is there's no way to get to half the other stores without a butt load of 2 lane roads and turns and small towns.

    I shoulda left the gate and ran back down to Madison and all the way the hell down to Beloit and back up 43, just to break 500 for the day.

    I guess they're bringing on 9 guys this month.

    Good.
     
  10. Tazz

    Tazz Infidel Supporter

    :violin:







    :bootyshake:
     
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  11. dchawk81

    dchawk81 Well-Known Member

    We're so slow it takes two hours to go 90 miles on the open Highway.
     
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  12. Duck

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    That's 45 mph. Even Prime trucks are faster than that. :eek:
     
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  13. Duck

    Duck Quack Supporter

    Wisconsin needs to make Rt 21 a divided, controlled access highway. Tomah to Oshkosh.

    And 53 going north out of LaCrosse to Osseo.
     
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  14. dchawk81

    dchawk81 Well-Known Member

    Yah they pass us all the time.

    A PMT passed me earlier and I thought to myself "damn he's a hellin" then he got in front of me...radar said 66. :confused:
     
  15. Sinister

    Sinister Smartass Emeritus Supporter

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  16. Sinister

    Sinister Smartass Emeritus Supporter

    Spring- no wait - fall- safety meeting completed.

    Hardest part was staying awake until the inevitable ***** session about cameras.

    No realignment.

    Official story is that aside from a few set runs no changes need be made.

    Conspiracy theory says Walmart doesn't want to make too many changes for fear of too many drivers leaving all at once right up against the holidays. Some of the old guys threatened to bail it their program was even taken away...

    Black Friday push starts very soon.

    Plus cameras...

    Plus the endless hiring, with AGAIN lowered standards (now it's 30 months experience in 3 years)...

    Conspiracy makes more sense than the official story.

    Also learned that one of the guys fired for violating the handlheld policy during a critical event was a VOLUNTEER...LMAO...moron...
     
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  17. dchawk81

    dchawk81 Well-Known Member

    Schneider Intermodal lowered their standards for local from 1 year to none. After a round of hirings that went haywire they changed it back to 1 year.
     
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  18. Tazz

    Tazz Infidel Supporter

    I go Thursday. Mike Noble said 3 of the drivers stepped out for phone were volunteers.

    We had a guy get his job back when he appealed to Home Office. He wiped a steer, step, ad fuel tank hitting the remnants of a light pole at a store while talking on phone.

    Because his first statement Dennis was he was talking on the phone with his daughter and just did not see it they only two stepped him.

    Because 15 other people have hit the remnants of the light pole (the concrete base after a Great Wide had taken out the pole a decade ago) the store finally had it removed :rolleyes:

    Might have been a contributing factor in his reprieve;)
     
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  19. dchawk81

    dchawk81 Well-Known Member

    Ban light poles.

    Heavy poles only from here on.
     
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