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One of my farm trucks stolen..#$&***

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sudden 6/22/24, 2:07:52 AM
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You hear lie
googley 6/22/24, 2:28:45 AM
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In reply to sudden

You are in Canada currently, right? Hmmm lol
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sudden 6/22/24, 2:35:05 AM
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In reply to googley

big grin
sudden 6/22/24, 2:40:03 AM
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In reply to googley

But you know it is all a lie
That buddy lies like a rug
nick2020 6/22/24, 2:45:27 AM
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In reply to sgtdjones

you are not worried about the 180,000lb vehicle they also "stole"?

They towed it with the Sierra?
sudden 6/22/24, 2:46:44 AM
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In reply to nick2020

Wuh loss
Halliwell 6/22/24, 2:48:15 AM
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They always return to the scene of the crime
Sudden I feel you are part of this
sudden 6/22/24, 2:50:32 AM
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In reply to Halliwell

And you know what?

I am at a certain escarpment in Canada
googley 6/22/24, 2:50:35 AM
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In reply to Halliwell

It is highly coincidental that Sudden is in Canada at the same time. lol
nick2020 6/22/24, 2:52:45 AM
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lol
sudden 6/22/24, 2:57:01 AM
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In reply to googley

Correlation is not causation
sgtdjones 6/22/24, 3:00:15 AM
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In reply to nick2020

you are not worried about the 180,000lb vehicle they also "stole"?


The Caterpillar, police said it may have left the Port of Montreal, destination unknown...


Only an idiot would make such comment...keep it up you are consistent..
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Halliwell 6/22/24, 4:36:03 AM
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In reply to googley

Sarge lawyers will jam his rass!!!
sgtdjones 6/22/24, 4:41:03 AM
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In reply to Halliwell

Shouldn't you be asleep, instead of causing problems...cool
bravos 6/22/24, 6:14:23 AM
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In reply to sudden

Cat D10 weighs over 180,000 lbs/ 90 tons and requires special trailers and other support trucks, special permits,route planning, police escorts ,partial disassembly with heavy lifting equipment to remove the blade and arms for transport and shipping which would have to be prearranged with special provisions and more lifting equipment on board . Such a task would require a lot of planning and a whole support team.

D10s cost thousands an hour to operate and are only used in massive earth moving operations and big surface mining operations where they can move thousands of cu.m of material daily. Some of the biggest construction companies in the world don't even own D10s, they are very specialized and are almost primal as their main purpose is to displace rip and push the rawest of material at the source en masse hence the size and weight .

No D10 nowhere in the world can just conveniently end up on the last river boat outta town without the world noticing . It's a big ass piece of equipment and that guy/gal is a clown which I refuse to engage.

Pity the posters that takes this clown seriously .
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bravos 6/22/24, 7:49:55 AM
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Big ass D8 dozer on left, D10 that caught the last river boat outta town on right You gonna struggle to find even the one on the left on a regular large scale construction site , you kinda going into large scale high volume heavy mining and mountain moving territory already with the D8, let alone a D10..

First D10, just to give you some perspective on what this fraud is proposing here..

oh those early ones are even smaller in many regards, engine, hydraulic system, rams etc,main structure, under carriage etc..


Repeat after me, 'Mining dozer' . ..Sound it out..
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nick2020 6/22/24, 12:49:03 PM
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In reply to bravos

This is what sarge lost.
Emir 6/22/24, 1:02:17 PM
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In reply to bravos

big grinbig grinbig grinbig grin

Bravs, not sure if you visit the Penal area, but word his, this fraud spends most of the day in a run down rum shop and he has a lap top
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sudden 6/22/24, 1:57:34 PM
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In reply to bravos

He is a big time Fraud

Lies, lies and more lies
sgtdjones 6/22/24, 2:39:43 PM
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....

Its amazing how dimwits are clueless about the Niagara Escarpment and its geological composition.
Hamilton, Ontario, is on the escarpment in such a way that the north end of the city is below and the south part above approx. 100m
Commonly referred to as "The Mountain" by its residents, many roads or "mountain accesses" join the urban core below with the suburban expansion above.
From 1892 to 1936, the Hamilton Incline Railway transported people up and down "The Mountain".

The Canadian shield is part of the Niagara Escarpment which stretches from upstate New York, crossing into Canada at Niagara Falls and continuing northward through the Bruce Peninsula, to curve back around the western side of Lake Michigan.
The Canadian Shield is rich in natural resources, including minerals, forests and freshwater.
The Canadian Shield is one of the world's richest areas in terms of mineral ores.
It is filled with substantial deposits of nickel, gold, silver, and copper.
There are many mining towns and farmland extracting these minerals.
Mining began in the region in the mid-19th century and was key to Canada's economic development.

Niagara Escarpment

Escarpment rock surface

Its amazing how some posters love to look clueless and as idiots...

I will let them bray ....fcking clueless bunch
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nick2020 6/22/24, 3:02:54 PM
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In reply to sgtdjones

We don't believe you have even one of those Caterpillars.

So why not take a photo of one that you still have there with a sign that reads "still cheaper than sudden's divorce" and we will believe you.
VIX 6/22/24, 3:05:57 PM
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I have no doubt a truck was stolen.

But the short fat-ass stole it himself.

Telling his boss at the farm how is not he but another fruit-picker from the barracks.

As for the tractor, is probably as Nick pointed out, a toy one from his barbie doll and choo-choo train collection.

Allyuh think it easy with that low-value poster?
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googley 6/22/24, 3:57:15 PM
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In reply to sudden

Correlation is not causation


I hear there were security cameras around...not too late to come clean lollol
bravos 6/22/24, 4:31:45 PM
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In reply to nick2020

Sad af ..
bravos 6/22/24, 4:35:20 PM
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In reply to sudden

He/she always looking to outdo the last ridiculous lie.

Let's put it this way, he/she is more likely to be the owner of the stock pic deck than the owner operator of a D10. And we all know how ridiculous the deck proposition was . What a clown...
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