Discussion in 'Fedex Freight' started by SwampRatt, Sep 26, 2014.
Think of the uses for all that methane.
That's fer sure. Donna loves them bean burritos....but they don't love her....
Donna was corn fed, right there in the Cedar Rapids area..
401(k) and 403(b) Plan Investment Litigation—Dividing the Plausible Sheep From the Meritless Goats
Maybe this helps, maybe not.
A typical fartis composed of about 59 percent nitrogen, 21 percent hydrogen, 9 percent carbon dioxide, 7 percent methane and 4 percent oxygen. Only about one percent of afart contains hydrogen sulfide gas and mercaptans, which contain sulfur, and the sulfur is what makes farts stink. von.
You are risking bodily injury on yourself mentioning farm animals without my partners permission....don't think Coop dispatch would approve either...
Was this a big wrecker bill for Coop ?????
Gives a whole new meaning to the words ' take one for the team '. von.
Wong: Hey BRG!! I shot the cougar that was gonna eat that stuck CRST driver!
BRG: Dammit Wong!! We are in a zoo!! Stash that carcass before we get kicked out!!!
Yes. It was a record wrecker bill for the record books...
CRST sues Garmin
Garmin sues satelite maker
Zoo sues Hat Dispatch LLC
Utah sues Wong ( no hunting license)
Hat Dispatch LLC fires Wong
NLRB sues Hat Dispatch LLC
BRG said "Sue" was driving
Hat Dispatch LLC sues self
Billy's Wrecker Service says " why can't we all just get along?"
Agree on all except, Hat D firing Wong ...
Team BRG-Wong has exclusive, no termination clause in contract.
We can only fire ourselves.
Hat,Coop,CRST, stuck with dream team....
Dream team receives 15% of profits on all Garmin sales to CRST school graduates....
Now we know whos Sue.
Seventh Circuit Declares ‘The ADA is an Antidiscrimination Statute, Not a Medical Leave Entitlement’
https://www.natlawreview.com/article/seventh-circuit-declares-ada-antidiscrimination-statute-not-medical-leave?utm_content=0fe0c15d5ad2cefe7b5c940e32b83401&utm_campaign=Monday Trending News Digest 10-9-2017&utm_source=Robly.com&utm_medium=email
"In doing so, the court reaffirmed its prior holding in Byrne v. Avon Prods., Inc., which provided that “an inability to do the job’s essential tasks means that one is not qualified; it does not mean that the employer must excuse the inability.”"
Be aware that this decision has the potential to be applied to other areas of employment policy and/or law. In fact the same rational can and has been used in non-ADA cases.
Nationwide week-long enforcement spree begins Oct. 15
"Officers will be looking for speeding, distracted driving, texting and driving, seatbelt usage, following too closely, improper lane changes, failure to obey traffic safety devices and more."
Perhaps we need a class action suit to wake FedEx up and get some better choices here.
Anybody wanna make fun of my hat?
Do you charge for this?
-15% see donna for other rates
FMSCA to Exempt Short-Term Truck Rentals from ELD Rule
"The exemption will apply to the ELD mandate that kicks in on Dec. 18 — just 10 weeks away.
FMCSA made it clear that drivers who will operate under this short-term rental exemption will remain subject to the standard hours-of-service limits and so will have to maintain a paper record of duty status (RODS) if required, and maintain a copy of the rental agreement on the vehicle."