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semi trucks: Nationwide quarantine has the Semi trucks napping in their natural environment for the first time in years
semi trucks: Nationwide quarantine has the Semi trucks napping in their natural environment for the first time in years

Nationwide quarantine has the Semi trucks napping in their natural environment for the first time in years

semi trucks: Nationwide quarantine has the Semi trucks napping in their natural environment for the first time in years
semi trucks: Nationwide quarantine has the Semi trucks napping in their natural environment for the first time in years

Nationwide quarantine has the Semi trucks napping in their natural environment for the first time in years

semi trucks: Nationwide quarantine has the Semi trucks napping in their natural environment for the first time in years
semi trucks: Nationwide quarantine has the Semi trucks napping in their natural environment for the first time in years

Nationwide quarantine has the Semi trucks napping in their natural environment for the first time in years

semi trucks: True Love, 13 Years Later. @DrSmashlove People visit Chicago from smaller towns and be like "omg people in Chicago drive crazy", "wow, y'all honk so much, why you always honking", "sheesh Chicago drivers are nuts they always speeding why they so reckless." Ok. Nah. Hell nah. Y'all ain't seen crazy TILL U BEEN TO MF MONTANA πŸ˜‚. See in Chicago ALL highways got a 55 miles per hour speed limit. So somebody go 80 and they look crazy AF. In Montana tho? The SPEED LIMIT IS 80 😫. Ok...so what if u go 80? That's the speed limit, u good - right? Bruh. The person behind u won't honk. They won't press u. They will simply drive like they attached to your bumper for a few miles. Then they will pass u by swerving left into ONCOMING TRAFFIC ON A HIGHWAY THAT RUNS ALONG A CLIFF OF A MOUNTAIN AND PASS U. U look over and u think u finna see a crazy ass redneck with a bad mullet, meth teeth, and death wish. Nah. U see a grandma wearing a pink tank top and she got a nice tan sipping a Starbucks coffee grinning at u as she pass u going NINETY FUCKING FIVE. And she got a semi truck coming right at her and she smiling at him and he smiling back at her and then he smiling at YOU like "IF HE DIES HE DIES" *Russian dude from Rocky voice. AF*. What's crazy is u could have to be somewhere 200 miles away and as long as U don't get eaten alive by a rattlesnake at a rest stop ... πŸ€— ... that's two hours of driving flat. In Chicago that's three hours easy. U feel me? I'm not mad at this speedracing-ass, colossal, somewhat inconsequential oversized land mass of a state. So to conclude: Montana girls got fat asses and drive they white Denali SUVs like they Italian race car drivers WHAT'S NOT TO LOVE BLESS UP πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
semi trucks: True Love, 13 Years Later.
 @DrSmashlove
People visit Chicago from smaller towns and be like "omg people in Chicago drive crazy", "wow, y'all honk so much, why you always honking", "sheesh Chicago drivers are nuts they always speeding why they so reckless." Ok. Nah. Hell nah. Y'all ain't seen crazy TILL U BEEN TO MF MONTANA πŸ˜‚. See in Chicago ALL highways got a 55 miles per hour speed limit. So somebody go 80 and they look crazy AF. In Montana tho? The SPEED LIMIT IS 80 😫. Ok...so what if u go 80? That's the speed limit, u good - right? Bruh. The person behind u won't honk. They won't press u. They will simply drive like they attached to your bumper for a few miles. Then they will pass u by swerving left into ONCOMING TRAFFIC ON A HIGHWAY THAT RUNS ALONG A CLIFF OF A MOUNTAIN AND PASS U. U look over and u think u finna see a crazy ass redneck with a bad mullet, meth teeth, and death wish. Nah. U see a grandma wearing a pink tank top and she got a nice tan sipping a Starbucks coffee grinning at u as she pass u going NINETY FUCKING FIVE. And she got a semi truck coming right at her and she smiling at him and he smiling back at her and then he smiling at YOU like "IF HE DIES HE DIES" *Russian dude from Rocky voice. AF*. What's crazy is u could have to be somewhere 200 miles away and as long as U don't get eaten alive by a rattlesnake at a rest stop ... πŸ€— ... that's two hours of driving flat. In Chicago that's three hours easy. U feel me? I'm not mad at this speedracing-ass, colossal, somewhat inconsequential oversized land mass of a state. So to conclude: Montana girls got fat asses and drive they white Denali SUVs like they Italian race car drivers WHAT'S NOT TO LOVE BLESS UP πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

People visit Chicago from smaller towns and be like "omg people in Chicago drive crazy", "wow, y'all honk so much, why you always honking...

semi trucks: +8 Idk whats wrong with me but i know im bleeding like crazy car came over ladt minute no turn signal my guy turns tryna avoid it n my side hit the semi truck im just blessed to be alive
semi trucks: +8
Idk whats wrong with me but i know im bleeding like crazy car came over ladt minute no turn signal my guy turns tryna avoid it n my side hit the semi truck im just blessed to be alive

Idk whats wrong with me but i know im bleeding like crazy car came over ladt minute no turn signal my guy turns tryna avoid it n my side...

semi trucks: June 16. Last summer I was driving across the country alone. I had moved 1800 miles away from home just to be told my boyfriend changed his mind g with him. So I packed my car and ut me livin began the drive back. The first two days went smooth, and boy did I LOVE Colorado! But the second night quickly became a disaster. It was 10:30 pm, I had been driving since 7 am, and suddenly my car blew a tire. I pulled off to the side of the road, turned on my hazards, looked at my shredded tire and began to panic. It was 10:30 at night. I was 10 miles from the nearest town, and semi trucks were blowing past me at 60 mph shaking me and the car everytime they passed. I called home knowing there was nothing anyone could do and started to cry. That's when I saw the lights in my rearview mirror It was Trooper Granner arriving on scene. First thing he did was instruct me to move to a median road up ahead to get me off the shoulder. While I was moving my car, he was calling in a favor witlh his friend who had a tow truck and a garage. I was looking at maxing out credit cards for the closest tow truck my family could find online, so when he came to my window and told me he had a guy, I could have cried. Gotta love small towns where everyone knows everyone. He could have easily left after my car was off the shoulder and I had someone he knew heading my way, but he said that there was no way he was going to leave me alone on that highway. So we sat in his car and talked while we waited for the truck to arrive (a man by the way, that was home and in bed when he got the call to come help me, bless his heart) le asked what I was doing driving this late with a car full of stuff and listened to me talk about the shit storm I was going through. He showed genuine concern for my situation and promised me things would get better. When the truck showed up, I thought we would part ways so l said good bye and thanked him for rything. But that isn't how this man handles things. He insisted on driving me to the garage to see me through. So we drove ten minutes to the middle of nowhere and by some miracle, the smallest garage/gas station I've ever seen had NE tire tot my car. While we waited for the tire to be put on, Trooper Granner convinced me to stop at the next town to get some rest for the night. I had mentioned wanting to drive though the night to get home as soon as I could, but he ted that it was better to be safe than sorry. After all was said and done, he made sure I had directions to get back to the highway, and that I had a hotel room reserved for when I got to the next town. I was a young girl states away from home, and he treated me like I was his family. He called in favors and stayed with me until he knew I was taken care of. With all the bashing on cops lately, I needed to share this. He didn't just do his duty that night, he went above and beyond to serve and protect me To comfort me. To take care of me. He wasn't just an LEO that night, he stood in for the family that was too far away to be there for me. I'm so beyond grateful for him, and his brothers and ers who do this every sist day. Thank you, Trooper Granner. You're a hero to me Trooper Todd Granner #352 lowa State Patrol 2025 Hunt Ave Council Bluffs, lowa 51503 State Radio: (712) 243-3854 Office: (712) 328-8001 Fax: (7121 328-1504 COURTESY-SERVICE-PROTECTION Share this post if you think there are cops who go above & beyond their job to protect & serve us Share <p>Her Boyfriend Suddenly Changed His Mind About Moving In. But She Never Thought A Cop Would Do This On Her Way Back.</p>
semi trucks: June 16.
 Last summer I was driving across the country
 alone. I had moved 1800 miles away from home
 just to be told my boyfriend changed his mind
 g with him. So I packed my car and
 ut me livin
 began the drive back. The first two days went
 smooth, and boy did I LOVE Colorado! But
 the second night quickly became a disaster. It was
 10:30 pm, I had been driving since 7 am, and
 suddenly my car blew a tire. I pulled off to the side
 of the road, turned on my hazards, looked at my
 shredded tire and began to panic. It was 10:30 at
 night. I was 10 miles from the nearest town, and
 semi trucks were blowing past me at 60 mph
 shaking me and the car everytime they passed. I
 called home knowing there was nothing anyone
 could do and started to cry. That's when I saw the
 lights in my rearview mirror
 It was Trooper Granner arriving on scene. First
 thing he did was instruct me to move to a median
 road up ahead to get me off the shoulder. While I
 was moving my car, he was calling in a favor witlh
 his friend who had a tow truck and a garage. I was
 looking at maxing out credit cards for the closest
 tow truck my family could find online, so when he
 came to my window and told me he had a guy, I
 could have cried. Gotta love small towns where
 everyone knows everyone. He could have easily
 left after my car was off the shoulder and I had
 someone he knew heading my way, but he said
 that there was no way he was going to leave me
 alone on that highway. So we sat in his car and
 talked while we waited for the truck to arrive (a
 man by the way, that was home and in bed when
 he got the call to come help me, bless his heart)
 le asked what I was doing driving this late with a
 car full of stuff and listened to me talk about the
 shit storm I was going through. He showed
 genuine concern for my situation and promised
 me things would get better.
 When the truck showed up, I thought we would
 part ways so l said good bye and thanked him for
 rything. But that isn't how this man handles
 things. He insisted on driving me to the garage to
 see me through. So we drove ten minutes to the
 middle of nowhere and by some miracle, the
 smallest garage/gas station I've ever seen had
 NE tire tot my car. While we waited for the tire
 to be put on, Trooper Granner convinced me to
 stop at the next town to get some rest for the
 night. I had mentioned wanting to drive though the
 night to get home as soon as I could, but he
 ted that it was better to be safe than sorry.
 After all was said and done, he made sure I had
 directions to get back to the highway, and that I
 had a hotel room reserved for when I got to the
 next town. I was a young girl states away from
 home, and he treated me like I was his family. He
 called in favors and stayed with me until he knew I
 was taken care of.
 With all the bashing on cops lately, I needed to
 share this. He didn't just do his duty that night, he
 went above and beyond to serve and protect me
 To comfort me. To take care of me. He wasn't just
 an LEO that night, he stood in for the family that
 was too far away to be there for me. I'm so
 beyond grateful for him, and his brothers and
 ers who do this every
 sist day. Thank you, Trooper
 Granner. You're a hero to me
 Trooper Todd Granner #352
 lowa State Patrol
 2025 Hunt Ave
 Council Bluffs, lowa 51503
 State Radio: (712) 243-3854
 Office: (712) 328-8001
 Fax: (7121 328-1504
 COURTESY-SERVICE-PROTECTION
 Share this post if you think there are cops who go
 above & beyond their job to protect & serve us
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<p>Her Boyfriend Suddenly Changed His Mind About Moving In. But She Never Thought A Cop Would Do This On Her Way Back.</p>

<p>Her Boyfriend Suddenly Changed His Mind About Moving In. But She Never Thought A Cop Would Do This On Her Way Back.</p>