Hard times bring out the worst in people.
Some would say that “hard times bring out the worst in people”. I can agree that there is some truth in that statement however it is slightly optimistic. Lets face it, some people are just a$$holes. As the saying goes the one percent ruin it for the other ninety nine percent, that holds true to most things in life and trucking is no exception. Most men and women in the trucking industry are hard working people trying to take care of their families and financial responsibilities. Then there are those who are such f#ck ups they make everyone else look bad. For example, you could go about your life for weeks and not so much as notice a big rig but when one cuts you off or nearly kills your family making a lane change that kind of fear sticks with you right? You’re probably thinking about the last time it happened, can you remember what the last truck looked like that did the job the right way, probably not?!?
The media is always looking for a juicy story, one that will strike fear and conversation, one that your sure to remember just long enough till the next story is dumped on you. Recently in the desert sun there was a article about a stupid pr!ck (Angel Guillen-Raya) that got busted hauling 14 tons of marijuana, a street value of 25 million dollars and Riverside counties sheriffs biggest bust.
This f#cking ass clown even went on to brag about how he got away with it just last week. Which makes me wonder why law enforcement officials didn’t use him as a guinea big to get to the bigger boss, after all he did admit to having a history of doing this, or does that just happen in the movies?
This guy maybe trying to bargain his way out of some jail time but one thing is for sure, he will be grabbing his ankles daily and suck!ng more cock then that chick from the Houston 500 gang bang video. No inmate likes a rat, a snitch, a softer then butter b!tch! This dude has reached a whole new level of douche’dom.
I do have to give Angel Guillen-Raya some credit for at least being honest enough to admit that he was guilty of the crime the same can’t be said for Lazaro Merino, 42, of Miami.
Who was busted in Florida for having one hundred thousand dollars stored in a make shift fuel tank as reported on the Gainesville sun. What kind of a f#cking idiot would try to run drug money(or whatever) in a big rig? I thought the drugs went by truck or plane and money on small water craft and cars separate from one another? If your going to pick a life of crime sh!t at least be good at it. Please keep in mind these morons are a rare occurrence don’t let these douche bags be the ones you remember but instead next time wave hi to the trucker who is doing it the right way!
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