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URL: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=94650
Submitted by: Low-Tech Redneck
Comments: 3  (Read/Post)     Favorites: 0  (View)
Submitted on: 04-14-2016
View Stats Category: Truck
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GMC Sierra.

Most of the time, being given "snowplow" duty kills a truck, sometimes though, it just makes it STRONGER.


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4-20-2016 @ 04:43:16 AM
Posted By : Low-Tech Redneck Reply | Edit | Del
Oh, and as you can see in the background, they're tearing down my old High School. Why'd they pay a contractor to do it, I have no idea..... couldn't they just invite all the living alumni to come on down and BYOCB, (Bring Your Own Crowbar) and have it done for free?!

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4-20-2016 @ 06:51:18 PM
Posted By : wannabemustangjockey Reply | Edit | Del
#1, They tore down my old high school in '06 right after I graduated. It was an ugly concrete thing built in 1973 with four main octagonal pods each separated into 8 or 10 classrooms, several of which ended up being triangular and used movable sliding partitions for interior walls. I always said why do we bother doing fire drills in an all-concrete building that would never burn, only to march the entire student body out to a petroleum-based artificial turf field with a base of shredded tires?
The new school building was built mostly over the back student parking lot, P.E. blacktop and basketball courts with plans to leave a large courtyard where the old building was, and just have a nice 3-story Disney Channel high school with a too-small parking lot. Somebody graffiti'd the new building before it even opened. For that matter, someone once set fire to the then-new rubber cushioned athletic track as well. As one of my teachers once said, "Young and stupid... well that's redundant."


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4-20-2016 @ 08:45:57 PM
Posted By : Low-Tech Redneck Reply | Edit | Del
#2, That must've been the new and next-generation thing in the 70's my middle school dates from that era (or did until it was demolished in the mid oughties) and was the same thing, central office/gym, outlying "Pods" with roller-curtain walls, brick, concrete and glass.... a socialists architectural masterpiece, comrade! It closed not due to it falling apart, but because the population center had moved and it was in the middle of a old-folks and college-grad-students neighborhood with 45 minute bus rides to get to where the kids actually lived. The High School was just as old, but was "box with windows" no frills, it's being torn down, but on paper it's a "renovation" because the tax payers refused a new building, so the school board said "Okay, we'll just renovate (cough, cough,) 99% of it then...." It's a multi million dollar vanity project to keep "current" in the face of PSU, nothing else.

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