1) Moving reaaaaalllllly stinks. Especially when you have a couple of make-up trips to get the things you couldn't quite shoehorn in any of your trucks.
2) Church members who help you load are cool.
3) Church members who help you unload are cool.
4) The H.E. Bailey Turnpike has to be the only road in the free world paved in Braille.
5) Driving a U-Haul truck from west to east in a 30 MPH south wind with gusts up to 50 MPH blows.
7) Sometime between the years 55 and 122, Tacitus said, "Formerly, we suffered from crimes. Now we suffer from laws." Bet on the bigger numbers as to when he said it, but not too big, as Publius Cornelius Tacitus probably died in about 117.
8) Ronald Reagan said, "Government takes from the needy and gives to the greedy." I learned this from the other side of the billboard that quotes Tacitus. The first known use of this phrase by Reagan actually refers to urban renewal programs in the early 1960s, rather than the whole government. He said it in a speech called "A Time for Choosing," delivered on national television on behalf of Barry Goldwater's presidential bid.