They probably did. I'm convinced the road Gods do this.
Within the past year, I've collected a nice 30" oak log which was given up
to the fireplace, a needed Reese hitch attachment (just bought and attached
the hitch to the truck the day before!), 5 gallons of gas, bungee cords, and
a J hook with attached chain. These are just a few items which come easily
I was on my way to work one morning, and traffic was moving at a
stop-and-go pace on the freeway entrance ramp. I spotted something red
lying on the ground on the left side of the ramp. As I came alongside
it, I opended up my door and picked up an 18 inch Ridgid pipe wrench.
Didn't even have to unbuckle my seat belt or get out of the car.
Anyone who fails to secure a load in a truck deserves to lose it, and
should be jailed. Anyone who picks it up and carries it off is doing
the public a service by removing the hazard from the road.
I'd like to find the idiot who dumped the ladder on the highway for me
to run over, and give him a new ladder, stuffed up his ass!
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