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EvanWithDaSpice 13 points ago +13 / -0

if you'll send me your venmo I'll cover your next tank.. but that's shortlived. Need a plan. sell truck/used car, second job, something. gonna be tough times ahead for everyone it looks like, so we need to learn to lean on each other and be honest with each other.

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EvanWithDaSpice 13 points ago +13 / -0

I live in Lindsay grahams district and I will not be voting for him. So if you suspect cheating if he loses, just know I, and many people I know will be voting opposite of him just on principle. He has betrayed us too many times

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EvanWithDaSpice 2 points ago +2 / -0

We’ll they saw that ya boy was out and about doing his thing not giving two shits about their “mandate”.

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EvanWithDaSpice 1 point ago +1 / -0

That’s quite a fantasy. I bet she has freeeeeaaaaaky sex

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EvanWithDaSpice 2 points ago +2 / -0

drayage carriers and over the road carriers basically aren't in the same business. drayage carriers do short runs from the ports to local warehouses that then get shipped out over the road. they typically do lots of volume each day, and go home at night and they aren't the ones moaning about freight prices. Over the road drivers rely on spot markets and pick up from those warehouses and other shipping locations and deliver them to their final destination. This is the market that is "loosening" or has momentarily too much capacity relative to previous quarters. It is nothing new, the market goes up and it goes down. I've been in the industry a long time.

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EvanWithDaSpice 2 points ago +2 / -0

There isn't a trucker shortage anymore. And the port problem isn't a capacity problem anymore, it's a port problem.. a lot of that is getting resolved by rerouting container ships to the east coast instead of letting them pile up in long beach and oakland. Galveston, charleston, savannah all doing record volumes

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EvanWithDaSpice 3 points ago +3 / -0

That’s not how it works. Freight rates are a market that is made based on supply (available trucks) vs demand (load volume). Currently volume is decreasing due to shortages and lack of consumer demand. Fuel prices do not drive freight rates and all truckers know this unless they are retarded. When fuel prices were at an all time low, freight rates were at an all time high. What is happening now to the trucking industry is a problem they helped create.

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EvanWithDaSpice 1 point ago +1 / -0

When fuel prices were at an all time low, freight rates were at an all time high. Fuck truckers. They don’t care about the consumer anymore than anyone else. Let them quit. Volume drives freight rates, not fuel prices and right now volume is decreasing due to shortages and lack of consumer demand. The industry is over run by immigrants here on work visas or illegals exploiting the system. That’s their fault for not getting contracts and chasing spot rates. Let them starve.

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EvanWithDaSpice 7 points ago +7 / -0

The pesticide is called atrizine and it’s not just mutating them from male to female but actually causing the to be gay and hermaphroditic. The implication was that it gets in the water supply and could be a cause of the rise in faggotry in people

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EvanWithDaSpice 0 points ago +1 / -1

No.. they can’t. They can’t learn what jail feels like. They can’t learn what going broke feels like. They can’t learn what addiction feels like. They can’t learn what the consequences of poor decision making will lead to. But they can learn what a whipping feels like and that’s immediate.

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EvanWithDaSpice 6 points ago +7 / -1

Spare the rod, spoil the child.

Call it what you want, disciplining a young person sometimes requires physical force. Otherwise they learn that words have no meaning or consequences

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EvanWithDaSpice 2 points ago +2 / -0

I assume every price of news or propaganda videos out of China are 100% fake in perpetuity. They fooled everyone with their fake covid videos. That’s enough fooling for me cuzzin

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EvanWithDaSpice 0 points ago +1 / -1

At the expense of being crucified for saying this, this doesnt seem like a huge problem. I’m aware of the slippery slope, but this headline deals specifically with serial numbers on guns. Everything has a serial number on it. My guns all have serial numbers and the government isn’t getting them. I would think most gun owners feel the same way. We have many worse problems than this.

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EvanWithDaSpice -1 points ago +1 / -2

Dumbest thing I’ve ever heard. You must spend too much time in concrete cities

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EvanWithDaSpice 2 points ago +2 / -0

I have no doubt that happens. The ID thing is what is throwing me for a loop. If there isn't a law that says "an ID must be shown as proof of age" then I don't see how you could fine/fire/punish someone that wasn't ID'd but over age. I'm not a lawyer, so you may be right, but it's pretty fucking sketch considering they don't let you require ID to vote for a god damn president.

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EvanWithDaSpice 1 point ago +1 / -0

I would think that your bartender scenario is entrapment at best. Are you making the argument you can be fined and jailed for doing something within the law? Store policy is not the law either. Maybe your state is different but I’ve never heard of such

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EvanWithDaSpice 4 points ago +4 / -0

I’m in the industry. The problem currently with full truck load shipping is diesel prices, soaring insurance premiums, costly repairs and the inability to get parts and service, unions that charge for unloading, federally mandated Elog requirements (hours restriction on drive time), and most importantly immigrants being the majority of truck drivers who finish off the exploitation. From the drivers to the federal government all parties contribute to the shit show

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EvanWithDaSpice 1 point ago +1 / -0

Where did I say down with the cashier? That being said, If they are as bad as wal mart cashiers demanding $15/hour then to hell with them. There are no laws anywhere I have ever lived that stated simply checking an ID is required by law to sell beer or alcohol. The law is that it can not be sold to minors. If a 70 year old man comes in for a pack of smokes an ID is unnecessary. End of discussion

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