• To the 28,000 plus drivers that pass our restaurant on
a daily basis, we fixed that pothole across from the
Sunoco. The total cost was $19 and we apologize to
the state for lack of effort but enough was enough...
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    • Surprised it was not fixed with ramen noodles
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    • Fun fact the government has been caught on multiple occasions in every state and territory removing funding from stuff like schools and roads so that later on they can start an ad campaign about it. Ultimately every government worker who says they will fix the roads is lying
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    • B-b-but, without government and 60% tax rates, who'll fix the roads?
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    • Just wait. The government will dig it out and wait another few years to fix it their way.
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    • Did they use Ramen?
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    • Good for them. Here in PA, one of our problems are all the regs that are in place. Before you can ditch, you have to check for obvious species that need relocated, to fill in a pothole requires many men /trucks/protocols, and every project requires an impact study of some kind. Thanks Liberals.
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    • That’s a lot of ramen
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    • Nah, fake news. It was the govt. The govt's only concern is the wellbeing of its citizens and the country. They would never leave us out to dry. Right guys? Right? Guys?
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    • I bet the state will fine them for that
      jdibari 1 jun
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    • Dominos did a better job fixing roads than the government did
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    • They probably got fined for that too
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    • They shouldn't have said anything. Now the govt gonna come tear it up so they can refill it for 5 times as much as it originally cost.
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    • As a guy who works with asphalt, that looks like a bag of cold patch and it won’t last very long. Good effort tho.
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    • Wait, what? You can just.. Like, buy asphalt at the store?
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    • One street a block away from my house, has so many potholes you have to drive in a serpentine pattern, and yet roads in better condition in the same neighborhood are being repaired
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    • I know everyone complains about the potholes and it’s not right but they only have so many laborers and the city will always use them where they believe they are most valuable and then waste our taxes on coke and whores
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    • That only costed 19 dollars?!?
      CooIidge 31 may
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    • Taxation is theft change my mind
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    • New potholes keep showing up on ALL the roads near my place, and the city doesn’t give a fuck no matter how massive they get. One of them blew out one of my brand new fucking tires a while back.
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    • States gonna rip it out because "it wasnt done professionally"
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    • Didn’t PornHub fix potholes at some point? And aren’t they buying forests to save the environment? I love that community!!
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    • Im gonna start drawing penises around them like that one guy did so the city is forced to fix them
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    • In Pennsylvania we don't even get potholes fixed in rural areas. The state just paints around them with pink spray paint
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    • It’s still baffles me that people think you can’t fill in potholes yourself, hell Lowe’s SELLS whole bags of premix asphalt
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    • Too bad this is a one-off thing. Wish more people took initiative, but I may be a hypocrite in that statement
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    • Government jobs need to start becoming services not careers.
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    • Anyone who thinks giving the government More control is an absolute moron...
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    • The private sector does a better job than the government.
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    • when they need to fill a pothole in my town they literally feel it like three inches higher than the road so it goes from being a pothole to a speed bump...
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    • Where I live the repave the same streets over and over and the roads that really need to be fixed are never done
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    • Its the governments job to provide basic goods and services, but when they are unable, or unwilling, it falls upon the private individual to do so.
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    • Oh look at that, community members taking care of the community and not needing the government to do it. Liberals: IMPOSSIBLE REEEEEEEEE
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    • It could've easily been fixed with ramen noodles 🍜
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    • Gets charged with vandalism & destruction of city property
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    • It looks like the sewer lid is off
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    • Stamp your business name on it
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    • Your government cant even fix a pothole, but sure, let them manage your healthcare....
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    • Did they use ramen?
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    • I’m honestly surprised the state didn’t come and undo what you did
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    • But now it looks like the manhole is open
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    • Dumping asphalt into a hole is a stopgap. Give it a week and that patch is a hole again congrats on the liability suits
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    • Government says it’ll cost thousands, this guy says it’ll cost less than $20 and be more effective.
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    • People are gonna start making videos of them fixing potholes with ramen
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    • I took civil engineering, and simply filling a pothole isn't good enough. In order to weatherproof it, you have to cut out a patch of road and build up each layeer, to protect the surrounding areas from gettting cracks filled with water, frozen and expanded in the winter, forming yet more potholes.
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    • i thought that manhole had a shadow and i was confused as fuck
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    • I googled this and I'm not surprised that this was in PA. The roads here are terrible!
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    • Bruh each time they try to fix a hole they just make it fuckin worst
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    • Careful, they're heros...
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    • Did they fix it with ramen noodles again?
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    • Road dept worker: nice try, but this won't last. You need at least 3 supervisors watching you while making union wages and full pension
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    • I know they’re trying to make a point but the government gives no fucks and it’s too busy laughing at us
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    • Yeah they fixed it with ramen
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    • From our trains to our planes, private sector has always done better.
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    • My city government is incompetent as shit. Half the damn city has been under construction for years, they failed to pay their employees which sent them on strike, and they haven't removed temporary road signs that are no longer needed. Living in the Rust Belt. Fuuuuun.
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    • How they fix it for $19 but the government makes its $19000
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    • Supposedly you can report to Dominoes Pizza that theres a pothole on the delivery route to your house and they might fill it in
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    • We’d all be able to fix potholes pretty easily, but potholes just come back. Eventually the road is just a patchwork of shit. Repaving with resilient materials and a sustainability mindset is what needs to happen but “muh traffic in construction areas” and “muh unfair taxes”
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    • I do asphalt repair for a living and I can tell u that fix won't last , the asphalt wasn't compacted correctly and with enough cars passing over that won't last more than a week , if they was gonna fix it they should of at least done it right and not try to brag about doing a shitty job
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    • There was a manhole cover that got picked up by a back tire dump truck and flew in the air and went through the windshield and decapitated the driver behind him
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    • Fuck government
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    • Big government fails again
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    • eh just drop some ramen in there
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    • Watch the state come and smash it and cite the restaurant workers for “unauthorized maintenance on state property”
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    • Meanwhile the state hires an entire construction crew and spends 1000 dollars an hour fixing a pothole
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    • In the Roman Empire, roads were maintained by whomever owned the property they went over. Although they did remain part of the government. The downside is that poorer neighborhoods had poorer roads
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    • "Government is a necessary evil"
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    • Did you make someone sit outside and count
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    • Couldve been a few bucks with ramen you fools...
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    • The city: wait that's illegal
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    • Taxation is theft
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    • Hold up, this shit cost 19 dollars fr???? Why do so many exist? Does an SCP create them?
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    • It looks better then what the city would have done
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    • Now that restaurant is liable for any accident that occurs from that repair. There are certain rules and standards you have to follow for small shit patches either way its always a mess
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    • Niggas out here thinking the government is gonna magically know about your random ass pothole and not call them so they know to fix it
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    • One guy got all of the potholes in his town filled by spray painting dicks around the holes. So many people called them in and complained it only took like a week
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    • Am I the only one who thought that it was a shadow?
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    • I want to imagine there is a reason that it takes infinitely long to fix roadways.
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    • We are going to start doing all the government's jobs because they too lazy. Who wants to take over wiretapping?
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    • Socialism is given to the rich, capitalism is for the poor
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    • But who would build the roads without MUH GUBMINT
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    • PA? The state that redirected $4 billion to the state police from the road fund
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    • We had a pothole on the road where I work that everyone was hitting so I just went out and bought two bags of patch and fixed it myself. Problem solved.
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    • Yeah the state's lottery is supposed to fix it. Just yesterday I bought 10 $2 scratch tickets all 10 were losers. There's your $20 right there just from me. Then there's still 50,000 potholes in the state. Scumbags they can kiss my ass both cheeks
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    • They fixed it by pouring in all the old bbq sauce and grease, then covered it with Ramen
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    • Where can I get asphalt? I want to fix some holes in my street
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    • Sometimes I wonder if Tc is determined by an algorithm and not likes at all
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    • State would have charged 150$
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    • It's just a government conspiracy with big auto to make you pay more for auto parts are car tires they make holes and say they are going to fix it but they do not just to get more money.
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    • Dude they’ve been “fixing” the same stretch of freeway for 5 years and still nothing has changed
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    • I’ve gotten to the point that I’m going to start filling in the potholes on my road and start charging government workers to drive on it
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    • We have worse roads in Canada. My parents went down south, and they said the most stiking thing about the US was first portion sizes, and second just hiw amazing the roads were.
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    • Road construction costs: 40% political pocketing, 2% material cost, 399281% labor
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    • PA is putting millions into fucking bike lanes we dont need, for people who dont use them, on roads that cant fit them, but wont fix a damn pot hole. That's fine
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    • Our infrastructure is 3rd world
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    • Cold mix asphalt from homedepot won’t last long sadly. It need hot mix asphalt.
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