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Sunday, October 02, 2016

These Cars Are Toast!


21 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why didn't they move them

Anonymous said...

Shame on that alignment shop for not moving those cars. Everyone knows that area floods, they should have found another area for those vehicles. I guess insurance will just pay and Jack up everyone's rates.

Anonymous said...

So incredibly sad...

Anonymous said...

Looks like some deals will be made at Hopkins really soon! :D

Not Quite Understanding said...

I wonder if Grants is still going to try selling them?

Anonymous said...

Sad thing is there is a Gas Leak,, Mayor Day came and did nothing... CLOSE THE STORES NEAR BY FOR THEIR SAFETY

Anonymous said...

Unless they were customer vehicles I would put dollars to pesos they will vacuumed out and nothing will be said.

Anonymous said...

4:20 is correct, just cleaned and sold at a good discount.

Anonymous said...

That water ends up in the Wicomico River!

Anonymous said...

That's not Hopkins it's Grants

Anonymous said...

Why does Maryland have to spend money to advertise free benefits?

Anonymous said...

You would think as much as that damn wboc helicopter buzzes this neighborhood, they would fly down this water shed and find where the blockage is so we can get the water drained faster....and yes its blocked from the normal flow whether by trash and debris or illegal construction. The stinking city and county are both responsible for seeing these water sheds are clear and unobstructed.

Anonymous said...

Transmissions are most at risk...check fluid for water!

Anonymous said...

Trump was right about the infrastructure.

Anonymous said...

It always gets jammed at the railroad bridge, last time I was there one of the two pipes was about half blocked by roots and railway ties!

Anonymous said...

3:31-Probably wouldn't start.

Anonymous said...

Because Grants will make more on the insurance claim.

Anonymous said...

WIC is a federal program that apportions tax dollars to states. It's administered by the states in their own jurisdictions. Advertising for it is mandated by the feds to some degree.
It's more common to see WIC advertising in areas where proven infant/child mortality rates are higher, and where poverty exists, like Wicomico County.

Anonymous said...

Doesn't the county have a mitigation plan for reducing these types of problems?

Anonymous said...

when I woke up in my cardboard box under the bridge I couldn't believe all the water, me and my buddies loaded up our natty daddies in our shopping carts and headed to halo

Anonymous said...

Soon to be a "steal" at an auto auction soon.