Within the trucking community, the phrase "seeing the black dog" is used to describe hallucinations that occur as a result of sleep deprivation. When an wheeler's engine fell silent and the trucker climbed into the cab to slumber, Massaia would haul his pound large-format camera from the bushes, close in, and capture the moment "the dogs melt away. Massaia grew up in New Jersey and much of his work — including that of dormant fairgrounds — is influenced by childhood memories. He remembers watching from the back seat of the car the constant movement and hectic industry of the Garden State.
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Over the last few years, the world has become familiar with Tinder — the dating app that links directly with your Facebook profile, connecting you to romantic partners in your vicinity for casual encounters or possibly long-term relationships. You might have used Tinder at the gym, the park, or maybe even the club, which is all well and good for your stable types, but what about the loners and drifters? Like any red-blooded, heterosexual male, I went looking for ladies, but for whatever reason, not so many of them check in at isolated truck stops. Seems most just want to use the bathroom or grab a cup of coffee before continuing their travels. Be warned, however: many of these ladies posing as lonely travelers will expect payment for sexual services rendered.
Ice Road Truckers has become one of the most successful reality motoring shows of all time, thanks to the combination of the constant threat of danger on the Alaskan ice roads and the larger-than-life characters who take jobs driving rigs across miles of ice and snow. The show was canceled in after ten years on the History Channel, including a spin-off series in which some of the best-known truckers from the show tackle the most dangerous roads in the world. For all the drama on the show, there were just as many things that went on behind the scenes that fans were never told about, or which were hidden even from the cast and crew — many of which are on the list below.