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Trucker Story of Underground City in Texas Thank you to jrae50021

October 27th, 2011

0 Trucker Story of Underground City in Texas  Thank you to jrae50021TheSquidparadoxhttp://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/users/thesquidparadoxTechTrucker, Story, of, Underground, City, in, Texas, Thank, you, to, jrae50021Trucker Story of Underground City in Texas Thank you to jrae50021

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Trucker Story of Underground City in Texas : Thank you to jrae50021

October 23rd, 2011

0 Trucker Story of Underground City in Texas : Thank you to jrae50021Trucker Story of Underground City in Texas : Thank you to jrae50021

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News Blackout – Administration Covering Up?

June 27th, 2011

0 News Blackout   Administration Covering Up?TheIntelHub’s story/video on the Trucker Story : http://theintelhub.com/2011/06/20/truckers-report-moving-military-equipment-across-u-s-fema-involved/

UPDATE: Archives From Today’s Show
June 20, 2011 (hour 1) – News LIVE with Joyce Riley + Ed Chiarini joins Joyce during the 1st Hour
June 20, 2011 (hour 2) – Guest Bob Chapman
June 20, 2011 (hour 3) – Guest Brad Stufflebeam

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Translated Russian Story
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The Green Regulation Machine: Saving the Planet or Killing Jobs?

April 11th, 2011

0 The Green Regulation Machine: Saving the Planet or Killing Jobs?When Dwayne Whitney started his trucking business decades ago he had only one truck. Today he has eighteen and 20 employees. But that’s about to change.

“The State of California says my trucks are killing people,” says Whitney. “What do you say to that?”

In a few years, new air quality regulations approved by the California Air Resources Board will render Whitney’s entire fleet illegal.

“New CARB rules are putting me out of business,” he says.

CARB claims that diesel particulates, a type of pollution emitted from buses and trucks, contributes to 2,000 premature deaths in California each year. But UCLA epidemiologist Dr. James Enstrom says the number should be closer to zero.

In 2005 Enstrom authored an extensive study that found no relationship between diesel particulates and premature deaths. He says his study, as well as other evidence that agrees with it, have been ignored by an agency bent on passing ever more stringent regulations regardless of their effect on California’s economy.

Enstrom blew the whistle on CARB for, among other things, failing to publicize that the lead author of the study that was used to justify the new regulations falsified his education history (he purchased his PhD from an online diploma mill).

But UCLA didn’t come to Enstrom’s defense. In fact, officials informed him that, after 34 years at the university, he was out of a job.

“The environmental regulation machine in powerful in California,” says Adam Kissel of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, which is defending Enstrom in the fight to keep his job. “When Dr. Enstrom went up against that machine he was retaliated against.”

A hearing that begins on April 4 will determine whether Dr. Enstrom keeps his job, and the final decision rests with UCLA Chancellor Gene Block.

Says Kissel, “If Dr. Enstrom loses his job because he exercised his academic freedom, then it’s a message to other researchers that you’d better not rock the boat because you might be next.”

Approximately 9 minutes.

“The Green Regulation Machine” is written and produced by Ted Balaker. Field Producer: Paul Detrick; Camera: Alex Manning, Hawk Jensen, Josh Swain, Austin Bragg.

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The Life of a Trucker – Episode 7

April 4th, 2011

0 The Life of a Trucker   Episode 7Here is the next installment of the series. Special thanks to Tony, Chad, and George for taking the time to do interviews with me. There are over 1 million truckers in Canada and the United States. Thats 1 million people with amazing stories like these ones. If you see me on the road and would like to tell your story on camera, I’m always willing to roll some film icon smile The Life of a Trucker   Episode 7 Rate, Comment, Subscribe!

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National Business Series

March 25th, 2011

0 National Business SeriesNational Association of Small Trucking Companies

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See How He Quit Smoking: How this Trucker Finally Quit-Great Story!

March 19th, 2011

0 See How He Quit Smoking: How this Trucker Finally Quit Great Story!Dr. Kennedy is the leading expert on smoking cessation today and 1000′s have quit smoking with his prgram. You must read the FREE REPORT on 7 Quit Smoking Myths and see the program at http://www.iquitsmokingfacts.com

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Cute Is What We Aim For-Trucker Story and Lyrical Lies

February 10th, 2011

0 Cute Is What We Aim For Trucker Story and Lyrical LiesHouse of Blues Pontiac Garage
Dallas, TX
7-13-08

Shaant talks about how they always lie about their band name and how Jeff is the longest relationship he’s ever had lol

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ICE ROAD TRUCKING – THE ORIGINAL STORY!!! [HD]

February 8th, 2011

0 ICE ROAD TRUCKING   THE ORIGINAL STORY!!! [HD]Since its completion in 1979, the 417-mile-long Dempster Highway has provided Inuvik, the largest town north of the Arctic Circle in Canada’s Northwest Territories, with year-round road access to the rest of the country. Built from gravel and crushed stone piled high on top of permanently frozen ground, the Dempster makes for treacherous driving, especially during the winter months. Once you get past Inuvik, however, the situation gets even tougher.

Sometimes called the Amazon of the north, the Mackenzie River begins at the Great Slave Lake and flows north into the Arctic Ocean’s Beaufort Sea. During most of the year, towns in the Mackenzie River Delta region, such as Aklavik, located west of Inuvik, and Tuktoyaktuk, located 100 miles north on the coast of the Beaufort Sea, are accessible only by air or boat. When the weather gets cold enough to freeze the river (often in December but sometimes not until January or February) drivers heading north from Inuvik take their chances on the Mackenzie River Ice Road, opened for the first time in February 1981. Though the ice road is reportedly well-marked and plowed frequently to remove insulating layers of snow, extreme caution is necessary to navigate through often severe weather conditions and potholes caused by fissures in the ice. At kilometer 34, the road breaks into two branches, one heading west towards Aklavik while the other shoots up toward Tuk. The rough driving conditions only get worse further north, as the road reaches the mouth of the Mackenzie near Tuk and heads onto the frozen surface of the Beaufort Sea itself.

Prior to 1981, dogsled was the only way to make the journey north to Tuk and other river delta communities; since then, trucks have been able to take the place of boats on the river highway during the winter months. They play the crucial role of supplying the river delta communities such as Tuk with much-needed medical and other supplies, as well as fueling the economy of the Northwest Territories by ferrying machinery, tools and fuel to work sites like that of MGM Energy Corporation, a Canadian oil and gas exploration and development company, and the Mallik Gas Hydrate Research Project, which studies the potential of extracting carbon energy from the natural gas hydrates that exist in the permafrost soil north of the Arctic Circle.

The Mackenzie River Ice Road is only one of many similar Canadian ice roads; the longest one in the country (and the world) is the Tibbitt to Contwoyto Winter Road, which extends 370 miles from north of Yellowknife into the neighboring territory of Nunavut and allows trucks to service several diamond mines along the way. Ice roads are also in use in Finland, Norway, Alaska and Russia. In one particularly famous instance, the so-called Doroga Zhizni, or “Road of Life, stretching across the frozen Lake Ladoga, was used to evacuate refugees from Leningrad when the city was under siege by the Germans for 900 days—from September 1941 to January 1944—during World War II. During the winter months of the siege, trucks did the work of boats, ferrying thousands of people across the frozen lake to freedom.

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