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Old 11-20-2012, 01:56 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by sadiebug View Post
Frisbee possum.
You kill it we grill it!

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Ask that 16 year old that same question a few years down the road and quite likely they won't remember it either. It takes common sense to drive a vehicle of any description down the road. I think the lack of it is the biggest problem we face on the road.

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Well, I think I know white and yellow. Going to check now.. Width not so much. The lines in the JPG.. Means the street painter had just finished lunch, which he carried in his thermos.
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Old 11-20-2012, 06:36 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by BFlinn181 View Post
I'm glad you took it humorously, not maliciously. That was my intent. On the shovel calculation, was that done nesting the shovels or randomly tossing them in the trench?
Now about that Kentucky crack....
Oh the shovels were definitely nested. I had one of my young engineers calculate the volume of a shovel then had his divide the volume of the trench by the shovel volume to get the number. After all, when we compacted trenched we always strive to get 100% compaction.

Now onto the "crack" comment. Did you catch a glimpse of me when I was bending over or something?

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