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Old 11-05-2007   #1
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Well heres a shot, just aiming, not a lot of thought, but a nice conversation Piece?

Guess the Driver of the Camper Couldn't see the sign on the Bridge, just not in PLAIN SIGHT Perhaps lol.... also note the police officer , appears to be showing by his hands just how close he was to making it lol...

Minor damage to the bridge, ( NONE ) but the camper now missing a Skylight..



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Old 11-05-2007   #2
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Yikes! Looks like he needed to let some air out of his tires first.
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Clear enough to see the impala logo on the car

I guess the driver was having a "New England Moment"!
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I like this. Really tells the story! Tweak it up and send it over to "streets." Great situation shot. I like this new board. We all have things like this and no place to go with them.
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Tom,

I have to go with Athena on this one but I thing he should let that air out of his HEAD!!!!

That is a real scare for us who live with RV's. Going down a country road, all fat and happy only to discover a sign that says, Clearance is 12 ft.!! You see, our rig is 12 ft. 8 ins. ! Can you imagine trying to back up a 1 ton truck pulling a 39ft. camper to a place where you might, and I do say, MIGHT!! be able to turn around!!

Thank the Gods for GPS Programs that you can program so you will travel only on roads where the 18 wheels can travel!!

Great shot and timely!! That is an officer's nightmare though, try explaining that on a Traffic Report and trying to find the little symbols that specify which vehicle did what, when and where!!!
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These situations are the delight of every comedian, this might qualify for a little blue collar comedy! nice catch!
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"Heeeere's your sign..."
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This is a good little piece reportage, much more worthy than a posting in the "Snapshot/Cellphone" category. This is classic PJ work.
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I would love to hear that call to his insurance company.

Sorry for wasting bandwidth, but this reminds me of one I thought I'd pass on. True story! I worked for a truck rental company for many years. I had stopped by the rental office and this guy with 24' moving truck pulled up with the front of the cargo box all caved in. He moseys on in and it went something like this:
"See ya had an accident there."
"Yea, I guess I did. I had spent all day and most of the night packing that truck up with all our stuff so we could move. I was dog-tired when we got through and I just thought that I didn't want to leave it out in the driveway with all our stuff in it, so I thought I'd pull the truck in the garage for the night."
"I gotta admit, you did a number on that box!"
"Oh, that's nuthin... you should see what it did to my garage!"


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