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Monthly Archives: January 2011
today’sTHOT Dolphins are so smart that within a few weeks of captivity, they can train people to stand on the very edge of the pool and throw them fish.
More pictures here
Careful, it is slick. read the Fox news story
Sometime in the overnight hours of January 17th – 18th a car carrier tractor-trailer loaded with nine new vehicles was stolen from 726 Ramsey Avenue, Hillside, New Jersey. The carrier was loaded with seven 2011 Audi vehicles and two 2011 … Continue reading
From mycentraljersey.com: Before he died in a tragic, snowstorm-related accident this week, veteran North Brunswick firefighter and race-car enthusiast Thomas Serinese finished up an enduring project with his father, Mario. It took the two of them 10 years. But they … Continue reading
This is off of post-tribune: According to the police report, a Florida man who works for S&B Auto Transport arrived in Center Township in Porter County on Monday and parked the car carrier along the side of the road at … Continue reading
CBS Chicago reported this story. I think it should be noted that all 3 cars are still chained (or strapped) in position.
Here is a quote from the press release: “Relocating ShipCarsNow to Omaha allows Union Pacific and ShipCarsNow to leverage common systems in order to strengthen and grow our auto transport services in the U.S. and international markets,” said Julie Krehbiel, … Continue reading