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tennmike wrote: »
The crew my friend runs was up there, and they turned around and headed home. He had NOTHING good to say about Noo Joisey folks! :roll2: My friend and his crew have worked hurricane and storm damage in the South for years. They've never been anything but welcomed by the local crews and the people in the South. They worked in Louisiana after Katrina, and them folks were tickled to death to see all the Southern state line and clearing crews show up, and that included the local line and clearing crews. I guess when trouble shows up, Southerners tend to stick together and put aside the stuff that doesn't matter.
coolgunguy wrote: »
Don't go thinking all us northerners think or act like the yoyos in New York/New Jersey. If it ever comes down to it, I know folks in WI would be far more hospitable than that.
I won't say the same for Illinois.
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