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8.18.2010

I Think The Man Might Be Right

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

i agree with this guy very much! i have to take 730 every morning to get to work and that has to be the slowest construction ever. remember the road signs they had when they were working on 380? "SLOW MEN WORKING"

Anonymous said...

No, but the Empire State Building was.

Anonymous said...

But just think of the millions of people that were put back to work to build the bridge with shovel ready job money.

Anonymous said...

Speaking of delays....what's going on with the road construction at FM 51 & Business 380 on the east side of town? There hasn't been any activity there in MONTHS!

Anonymous said...

i dont know about the bridge at 730 and 287, but the hallowed ground mosque sure is taking a long *ss time

Anonymous said...

All this SLOOOOOOOOW work being done around us makes you wonder how we got our nation's highways done in the first place!

Anonymous said...

I love idiots that don't understand construction work.

How about this, go back to your cubicles and soccer practice and leave construction to those who aren't afraid to get dirty and make a living working their ass off.

Don't blame it on the workers, there is only so many hours in a day. Not to mention them working their asses off at night as to not inconvenience you all that look down your noses at them while sipping your latte' on the way to work at 8:00am..

/rant

Anonymous said...

6:26

I am a costruction worker, and flat out the Project Manager and Super should be fired, there are such things as schedules in construction. i'm on a 3 story hospital that has been built in the time it has taken to build this bridge. Beleive me this project has bugged me since day 1.... this bridge is less that 15 years old and i'm not sure why it was tore down in the first place... if that is the turnover on bridges now a days, then i'm in the wrong line of construction, talk about job security, why isnt anyone questioning the relevancy of even why the contstruction is happening? are they redoing the northbound too? And another thing, we wonder why policemen get hit by vehicles on traffic stops??? Well QUIT PULLING PEOPLE OVER IN WHAT ALREADY IS A CLUSTER F$%K OF AN AREA, use your brain and let people go or turn on your lights AFTER the construction zone..

-Scooge

Anonymous said...

I, for one, am gonna start drinking de-caf. Then I am gonna start inconvieniencing myself before arriving at construction zones in an effort to assuage your guilt at unintentionally doing same. Maybe I'll even go to work at 9;00 AM. If i put the seat back up straighter it will give less of an impression of looking at or through you in a certain way.

There. Does that make it all better 6:26?

Anonymous said...

TxDot is back at Work!

Someone must be asleep at the wheel!

Anonymous said...

Give 'em hell 6:54!!!

AS for you 6:26. I work in the oil field. My hours very. I may go in at 6:00 A.M. and get home at 1:00 A.M. the following day. So don't automatically assume I'm a 8:00 to 5:00 person. I've been driving through that F N mess for awhile now. If the oil field was building that bridge it'd be to the Hwy 287/ I 35 inter change by now! It's become a nothing but a hazard! Now grant you it has made it safer for the people leaving Karl Klement Ford, which needs to be addressed for the South bound lanes. But, it has made the North bound lanes a straight train wreck!

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