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Old Yesterday, 06:57 AM
 
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Wow. Some of you really need to check your moral compasses.
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Old Yesterday, 09:38 AM
 
Location: St Simons Island, GA
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Wow. Some of you really need to check your moral compasses.
How very ironic coming from you, Mr. Get-Out-My-Way-Funeral-Motorcade.

Some of us have long memories.

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The guy is probably a jerk.

But I actually understand his frustration. I don't think you should be able to block a street because a cop, the President, or the pope died. Take it on private property and let the taxpayers use the streets they paid for.

It's easy to be judgmental from behind a computer screen and not tied up in an artificially created traffic jam.
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We’ll remember that at your funeral.

So I’m guessing you consider the Southern tradition of pulling over out of respect to a funeral procession dumb too ... a pointless interruption to your much more important and busy life?
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Yes I do.

A corpse can go the speed limit.

Feel free to drive mine as fast as you want.
Sheriff: As thousands mourned cop, Gwinnett official cursed deputies
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Old Yesterday, 10:30 AM
 
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So what? There's a big difference between wanting a corpse to go the speed limit and stealing.

I shouldn't have to explain this.
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Old Yesterday, 11:36 AM
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What I don't understand about this...

Is it normal for armored cars to be full of loose cash, not in bags? Is it normal for an armored car to drive a pretty good distance after the door flies open and stuff starts flying out?
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Old Yesterday, 11:38 AM
 
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Why does this type of stuff never happen when I'm around?
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Old Yesterday, 11:46 AM
 
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That money should be considered lost, insurance claim filed, negligence filed on the driver of the truck, Merry Christmas all you patient I-285 commuters
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Old Yesterday, 12:30 PM
 
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Yeah, I can't believe the company expects to get the money back and/or prosecute the drivers who took money.

The thing I don't understand is I thought the money would have been secured somehow with bands around them. I didn't realize they just have it all loose in the back of the truck. Also, seems like these trucks would have warning signals that the back of the truck is not closed like they do in just about every regular passenger vehicle.

I guess these things aren't as secure as they look. I'm wondering if the driver intentionally did this.
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Old Yesterday, 12:31 PM
 
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What I don't understand about this...

Is it normal for armored cars to be full of loose cash, not in bags? Is it normal for an armored car to drive a pretty good distance after the door flies open and stuff starts flying out?

Just posted the same questions before I saw this. The driver might be in on this.
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Old Yesterday, 01:16 PM
 
Location: St Simons Island, GA
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So what? There's a big difference between wanting a corpse to go the speed limit and stealing.

I shouldn't have to explain this.
No, you shouldn't. I think everybody gets it.
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Old Yesterday, 03:03 PM
 
Location: East Side of ATL
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What I don't understand about this...

Is it normal for armored cars to be full of loose cash, not in bags? Is it normal for an armored car to drive a pretty good distance after the door flies open and stuff starts flying out?
I think, the canvas or plastic bags in the canvas busted open after hitting the highway.

If these were pickups from stores and such, I doubt, the money was banded at all. Usually, the managers just put the big bills in the front and onward from there and write the amount on the bag. Same for coins in the bag as well.
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