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  • Does anyone remember the Letter-to-the-Editor jerk, Ronnie Durdin, who demanded 'How DARE the Yorktown PD give HIM a speeding ticket because he was in the oilfield business and brought money to the area."
    The jerk thought he had a right to break the law because of who he was!

    http://www.victoriaadvocate.com/news/...

    April 28, 2012 at 2:41 p.m.
  • most of these oilfield companies are hiring anythin with a pulse most of these drivers dont no how to handle shifting wieght liquid dont stop when you step on the brakes DAM NEAR NO DRIVERS ON THE ROAD FROM 18 WHEELERS TO YOUR AVERAGE MOTORIST READ SIGNS PUT UP TO INFORM OF SPEEDS CURVES ROAD CONSTRUCTION ETC welders are another problem meet one of these idiots on the road and they will run threw under or over you to get wherever they are going these major pipeline companies need to step up and get these idiots under control or run them off

    April 28, 2012 at 12:24 p.m.
  • I would rather drive through Houston in rush hour traffic than drive from Victoria to Stockdale, it's safer & less frustrating......last weekend I lost another windshield in Cuero....2 in 1 year.

    April 28, 2012 at 12:06 a.m.
  • Also what needs to be addressed is these trucker(18 wheelers). Today a trucker was on my bumper, not even a half of a car could get between us. And I had slowed down to 60 mph, to be safe. I have seen a lot of truckers doing this to other people as well a lot lately.
    They are agessive, and rude. If I slow down, there is a reason. If you ride my tail, you have a problem.
    I hope that the highway patrol and police officers tackle this issue. It is getting worse, instead of better.
    My daddy and my aunt knew the people killed in this wreck, and I use to go to the couples home when I was a little girl.
    Why can't people drive safe instead of like bullies?
    This is so uncalled for.
    Who knows the next time a trucker runs over someone, it may be me.
    Please stop being bullies, and learn your manners.

    April 27, 2012 at 3:24 p.m.