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Old 04-18-2012, 03:47 PM   #1
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Midnight Rider on a Graveyard Run

Who’s traversing the dark tarmac at witching hour on American highways? The most obvious answer is of course truckers, working men and women delivering precious cargo to a napping nation. 70% of all freight is delivered by diesel jockeys accounting for 255 billion dollars in trade yearly. They’re America’s last real cowboys/girls riding the open range. Secondly are outlaws. Hijackers, thieves, prostitutes and last call for alcohol desperados driving drunk bumps one eyed blind. Lastly is the Highway Patrol protecting random travelers and Americas cowboys/girls against the outlaws. READ MORE


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Old 11-19-2014, 10:03 AM   #2
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Good stuff!
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Re: Midnight Rider on a Graveyard Run

Touring we got to see a lot of this stuff, blearily tumbling off buses at some random truck stop for snacks & a #2 (not allowed on the bus).

What he doesn't mention (at least so far) is how much of the prostitution is male.
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