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  1. #1
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    Jose and his ladder

    Witnessed this guy today hurriedly making his way to work. At least he used a flag!
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    Last edited by kitchenfixer; 10-23-2009 at 05:33 PM. Reason: forgot pic

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    fold down seat

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    I am gonna have to take a pic of my neighbor's son - he drives a Ford Probe that has 2 ladders on top and almost as many tools I have (in my van) in his trunk.
    The Lord must love stupid people or he wouldn't have made so many.

    Why is it that when I am in a hurry, everyone else on the road goes 15 MPH under the speed limit?

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    Frown nice

    hey kitchen hows the school district are u guys bussssssssy workwise ....

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    Looks like you "kept your distance" I would have followed him around just to see the aftermath but I probably would have had to pull over from the tears in my eyes due to uncontrolled laughter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frank26601 View Post
    fold down seat
    Almost got it. He just dropped off about 10 illegals from the ladder as his car was full.

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    Recycle center

    He just found the ladder up against a Rico's Taco shop and threw it in the trunk and is headed to the nearest recycle center.
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    you guys are brutal

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    Brutal?

    Naw,at lest i hope not.
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    24'

    Quote Originally Posted by kitchenfixer View Post
    Witnessed this guy today hurriedly making his way to work. At least he used a flag!
    The count on the exposed rungs is 8, and im sure there is four more in the trunk. That is a 24' extension ladder?
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    Many, many years ago I guy I did work with was pulled over. They pulled him over for having twenty foot sections of 1 1/8 acr sticking out of his car. You know if you drive a corvette convertible it's a bad idea to have stuff sticking sixteen feet out the back. When he arrived all the pipe was bent in half, he was really mad ... we laughed at him like crazy.


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    A few weeks ago i saw a truck passing me on the highway. had a 6ft ladder in the bed of his truck. a few miles up i saw somthing green that seemed to be sliding towards me. sure enough it was his ladder. he was going so fast i couldn't catch up to him and let him know, im sure he found out it was gone when he got to the jobsite

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