Puerto Rico UNION stops driver's

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    :censored: the teamsters union but if I can go down there and move their trailers for them I will.
     
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    You're too old, I'll wind the landing gear for you.
     
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    Had a close friend stuck down there for 13 days through the storm and afterwards. The road system for the most part is the problem still. He said about 80% of the electric poles were down across the roads still when he got out. Much of the supplies are there but they can’t get them to the remote areas and the island just off of PR.

    He did say one of the things in need was baby supplies. Diapers, wipes, things like that.. people always think food and water and that’s important, but forget about the little things when donating...

    You can’t trust the media today since it is so biased. It is agenda driven from all sides! The people of PR, Fl, Tx and it looks like La will have a long haul to rebuilding.. they will fade from the 24 hr “news” cycle, but are going to be needing help for a long time to come..

    if you are retired and still have a CDL this is a good opportunity to help, remember PR is extremely mountainous and the roads go right to the cliffs edge...
     
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