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wrote:

Why?
This photo is many years old -- with additional wording added.
Now Mr. British Smarty Pants, it this a red haired armadillo? An immigrant from Texas?
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Looks like a standard Mark I 'possum to me...
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How do we know that the critter didn't crawl under the stripes to try and keep warm?
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wrote:

Got that beat, PennDot paved over a dead deer about 10 years back. Not real blacktop, oil and chips. That's the sorry ass excuse for paving they use here in PA.
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On 1/20/2012 7:10 AM, Randy333 wrote:

chip and seal. very common all over the US as a pavement builder. They do it over good asphalt also.
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I've seen better "chip and seal" overlays than some asphalt patches.
I'm in the middle of a heated discussion with my town Public Works department over this very issue.
They hired some slug of a contractor to patch some sections of road near my house and it's been a problem since day one. Potholes, edges that plows rip up, etc.
They're not going to repave it, so I'm trying to get them to chip and seal it to at least make it smooth.
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