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Even towing difficult after snowfall

By Richard Gwin · December 25, 2009 · Comment on this

Drivers have been getting stuck in the 6.5 inches of snow all over the city of Lawrence. City crews are continuing to work to clear streets.

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GardenMomma 4 years, 3 months ago

Well, if you wish to get technical, the double negative "he dont (sic) have no weight for traction" implies that indeed the driver of the truck does have weight for traction.

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Theman22 4 years, 3 months ago

so i am not a story writer, but you get the point.

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Defender 4 years, 3 months ago

"1 He dont have no weight for traction,"

Yes, you both have problems...anyone else see this BS?

"I fell sorry for the person in the car, letting this guy in this truck cause so much damage to his car when all he wanted was to get unstuck."

Sorry, but your basic inability to navigate the world of grammar does not lend any reason to trust you.

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Theman22 4 years, 3 months ago

There is so much wrong with this, where do i begin. 1 He dont have no weight for traction, 2 you dont get a running start to pull someone out, 3 He needs to get a chevy. I fell sorry for the person in the car, letting this guy in this truck cause so much damage to his car when all he wanted was to get unstuck.

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