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A line of coastal storms paired with record snow melt coming down from the Sierra Nevada mountains are inundating towns and farmlands in California's Central Valley right now, and the river basins/massive network of irrigation canals are getting overrun. One farmer is doing what he can to plug the failed levee and save his crops, which entails sending two pickup truck filled with dirt...
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LSUSkip12 months
These are the types of people that need to be making decisions on agriculture,transportation,and the environment.
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cajunmud12 months
I don't guess you can sit around contemplating on what to do for very long. Truck's a biz expense...saving the biz.
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ThatTahoeOverThere12 months
Like a rock!
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Zarkinletch41612 months
Farmers (and truck drivers) are the life blood of this country. God Bless'um.
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Doug_H12 months
Matt Weiser seems like a real woman's man. Flooding waters and he asks about pollution concerns from a truck. Shut up
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gamecockman1212 months
I had the same thought lol.
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BlackPot12 months
I thought the same as I was reading.
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Geauxldninja12 months
frickin nimrod is what that person is
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